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A history of 1836 Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Air Squadron

March 1953 - March 1957

 

Formation

No. 1836 squadron officially re-formed at RNAS Culham on March 28th 1953 as an RNVR fighter squadron by redsignating 1832A squadron as 1836, Lt. Cdr (A) T. O. Adkin, RNVR in command. Together with 1832 and 1835 RNVR squadrons they formed the Southern Air Division of the RNVR. All three squadrons shared a common pool of aircraft; at that time these were Seafire F.17, Sea Fury  FB.11 and T.20 .

A Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 and aSupermarine Seafire F.17 of the Southern Air Division at RNAS Culham.


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R.N.V.R. Air Branch disbands

Due tor defence spending cuts the R.N.V.R. Air Branch was axed in 1957, the organisation and its squadrons ceased to exist on March 10th 1957.


 


 

Content revised: 17 September 2022

 

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No badge issued

 

 

 

 

Battle Honours

Norway 1944

Sabang 1944

Palembang 1945

Okinawa 1945

Japan 1945

 

Aircraft Types

Seafire F.17 Jun 48 - May 53

Sea Fury T.20 Oct 50 - Jun 56

Sea Fury FB.11 Aug 51 - Aug 55

Dominie 1 Jul 53 - Nov 55

Sea Balliol T.21 Mar 55 - Nov 55

Sea Vampire T.22 Jul 55 - Mar 57

Attacker FB.2 Aug 55 - Nov 56

Sea Hawk F.1 Jan 56 - Mar 57

 

Commanding Officers

Lt. Cdr (A) T. O. Adkin RNVR 14 Feb 1953

Lt. Cdr (A) W. L. E. Brewer RNZNVR 23  Jul 1956

Squadron disbanded 10 Mar 1957

 

 

 

 

 

Related items

Aircrew and squadron personnel

 

 

 

Reminiscences

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Gallery


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