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No. XVII Squadron RAF

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  1. No. XVII Squadron is an active squadron of the Royal Air Force

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  2. The first No 17 Squadron was formed in the Royal Flying Corps in 1915

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  3. a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force 20px

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  4. After the war No 691 Squadron RAF was renumbered as No 17 Squadron

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  5. As "No. XVII (Reserve) Squadron" it was reformed on 1 April 2005 at RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire to operate the Typhoon T.1 and F.2

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