Flying Squadron may refer to:
- The Flying Squadron (1869) a Royal Navy squadron of consisting at various times of some ten ships. It sailed on a world cruise to "show the flag" between June 1869 and November 1870.
- The Flying Squadron (1896), previously called the Particular Service Squadron, a British Royal Navy squadron that operated during a war scare in 1896.
- The Flying Squadron of America, a temperance organization.
- The Flying Squadron (US Navy), a U.S. Navy squadron that fought in the Spanish-American War.
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... A flying squadron, composed of the cruisers Yoshino, Takachiho, Akitsushima and Naniwa, led the Japanese vessels ... advanced on the Beiyang Fleet in a column with the flying squadron leading in line astern formation with the dispatch vessels off to the port of the second squadron ... Admiral Itoh ordered the Japanese flying squadron to strike at the weak Chinese flank ...
... to her elite group of beautiful female spies and informants known as the "Flying Squadron" (L'escadron volant) and she quickly became one of its "most accomplished members" ... The "Flying Squadron" had a male counterpart in "Les Mignons" ... Victoria de Ayala, a beautiful Spanish girl and a recent recruit to the "Flying Squadron" ...
1966, Iraqi Air Force fighter pilot Captain Munir Redfa defected, flying his MiG-21 to Israel after being ordered to attack Iraqi Kurd villages with napalm ... Navy's Air Test and Evaluation Squadron Four (VX-4) flew this acquired Soviet made aircraft in simulated air combat training ... The problem was not with the planes, but with the pilots flying them ...
... Spanish threat arose in mid-June 1898, when the Spanish Navy's 2nd Squadron, under Rear Admiral Manuel de Camara, left Spain for the Philippines to attack the U.S ... Navy Asiatic Squadron under Commodore George Dewey there ... Navy squadron to raid the Spanish coast ...
... haphazard, and divided between the RNAS and the Royal Flying Corps (RFC), with the Navy engaging enemy airships approaching the coast while the RFC took responsibility once the enemy had crossed the coastline ... Ten home defence squadrons were organised from February 1916, with London's defences assigned to No. 39 (Home Defence) Squadron in April 1916, who were also allocated North Weald Bassett airfield in August 1916) ...
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“Well gentlemen, this is it. This is what weve been waiting for. Tonight your target is Tokyo. And youre gonna play em the Star Spangled Banner with two-ton bombs. All youve got to do is to remember what youve learned and follow your squadron leaders. Theyll get you in, and theyll get you out. Any questions? All right thats all. Good luck to you. Give em hell.”
—Dudley Nichols (18951960)
“In song and dance man expresses himself as a member of a higher community: he has forgotten how to walk and speak and is on the way toward flying up into the air, dancing.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)