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12 Squadron - RAF Marham
 
'Foxes'
12(Bomber) Squadron is the lead unit for Air Launched Anti-Radiation Missile (ALARM) for the Suppression of Enemy Air Defence (SEAD). It is a defensive missile used to destroy Surface to Air Missiles (SAM) sites.

The Squadron disbanded on March 31, 2014 at RAF Lossiemouth, some of its Tornados will transfer to XV Squadron other will go to RAF Leeming for reduction to produce (RTP).

January 9, 2015 12 Squadron reformed at RAF Marham with the Tornado once again.
 
Tornado GR.4 (ZA395) with 12(B) Squadron special tail applied for their disbandment on March 31, 2014.

Left to right: Tornado GR.4 (ZA395) with 12(B) Squadron special tail applied for their disbandment on March 31, 2014. It is inscribed 'Leads the Field, 1915 - 2014' and was flying down from Lossiemouth as 'Lossie 09' on it's final flight to Leeming where it will be 'reduced to produce' (RTP). Note it was also flying clean with no drop tanks or other stores in April 2014.
Tornado GR.4A (ZA373 '007') in June 2015.
Left to right: Tornado GR.4 (ZD714 '082') in mid-Wales in September 2013.
Tornado GR.4 (ZA473/-) at low level in Wales in October 2008.
Left to right: Tornado GR.4 (ZA473/-) in October 2008.
Tornado GR.4 (ZG775 '134') in a high G turn at low level
Left to right: Two more images of Tornado GR.4 (ZG775 '134') low-flying through Wales in November 2007.
Tornado GR.4 (ZA406 'FU') at low level through the Lake District in August, 2004.
12 Squadron's 90th Anniversary Tornado GR.4 (ZA543 'FF') inscribed 'Leads the Field' at Marham in June 2005.
Tornado GR.4 (ZA373 '007') at Marham in May 2015.