No 29 Operational Training Unit, Royal Air Force
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NO 29 OPERATIONAL TRAINING UNIT, ROYAL AIR FORCE
History: Formed at North Luffenham in April 1942.
Badge: In fron of two wings elevated and conjoined in base gules a horse-shoe argent.
Motto: Over all obstacles.
The Horseshoe is from the Arms of the County of Rutland and is indicative of the Location of the Unit. The Wings symbolises Flying. The badge was granted in May 1945.
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