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32 (The Royal) Squadron - RAF Northolt
32(TR) Squadron line-up at the Northolt night shoot in March 2009.

Agusta Westland 109SP GrandNew (GZ100) of 32(The Royal) Squadron in the VIP transport role being flight tested on Salisbury Plain on February 16, 2017.
Officer Commanding 32 TR) Squadron, Wing Commander Steve Courtnadge announced the delivery of GZ100 earlier in the week at RAF Northolt. It was explained that GZ was the identification code that 32 Squadron wore during the Battle of Britain during as one of the most successful fighter squadrons. Flying Hurricanes from RAF Biggin Hill, the Squadron scored 102 victories over a 7 week period in the summer of 1940. 100 represents the one hundred years that the Squadron has been in existence. 32 Squadron was formed at Netheravon on the 12 January 2016 and from there went straight into battle in the skies over France during World War One.
Left to right: Agusta A.109E Power Elite (ZR323) at Northolt in January 2011, the A.109 contract is apparently ending this year.
Left to right: Agusta A.109E Power Elite (ZR322) of 32(TR) Squadron since March 2006 in the VIP transport role at the Northolt night shoot in March 2009.
Left to right: Agusta A.109E Power Elite (ZR321) at the Northolt night shoot in March 2009. This helicopter was withdrawn from RAF service in April 2011. A.109E Power Elite (ZR322 and ZR323) in October 2011.

BAE 146 C.3 (ZE707) with BAE 125 CC.2 (ZD703) at Northolt in March 2013.
Left to right: BAE 146 C.3 (ZE707) of 32(TR) Squadron the RAF's latest procurement a former TNT Airways BAE 146 which was purchased urgently to fulfil a gap in capability in Afghanistan and 'Operation Herrick' at Northolt in March 2013.

BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE700) at RAF Northolt in 2011.
Left to right: BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE700) of 32(TR) Squadron in May 2011.
Left to right: BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE700) of 32(TR) Squadron in April 2012.
Left to right: BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE701) in September 2010 and October 2011.
BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE701) in March 2015.
Left to right: BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE701) at RAF Northolt in October 2014 and March 2015.

BAE 125 CC.3 (ZE396) of 32(TR) Squadron
Left to right: BAE 125 CC.3 (ZE396 and ZE395) at the Northolt night shoot in January 2011.
Left to right: BAE 125 CC.3 (ZE396) with 32(TR) Squadron since 1983 at the night shoot in March 2009.
Left to right: BAE 125 CC.3 (ZD704 and ZE395).
Left to right: BAE 125 CC.3 (ZE621) in September 2010 and March 2015 just before the types retirement. BAE 125 CC.3 (ZD704) at Northolt in October 2011.
Left to right: BAE 125 CC.2 (ZD703) at Northolt in May 2011 and March 2013.
BAE 125 CC.2s (ZE395, ZD703 and ZE396) at RAF Northolt in October 2014.

Left to right: BAE 125 CC.2 (ZD620) at Northolt in May 2011 and October 2011.
BAE 125 CC.3 (ZE395) at the Northolt night shoot in September 2010 it is inscribed
'SSAFA125 First In Last Out' and 'HRH Princess Alexandra' by the door, (Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA)).
Left to right: BAE 146 CC.2 (ZE701) arriving at Waddington in July 2005. BAE 125 CC.3 (ZD704) arriving at Fairford for RIAT 2004.