No. 292 Squadron RAAF

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For the British unit, see No. 292 Squadron RAF
No. 292 Squadron RAAF
Active 27 October 1980
Branch RAAF
Role AP-3C Conversion
Part of 92 Wing
Garrison/HQ RAAF Base Edinburgh
Motto Prepare the Hunter
Aircraft AP-3C Orion
Insignia
Callsign MARINER

No. 292 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force operational conversion unit based at RAAF Base Edinburgh. The squadron was formed on 1 January 1977 as the Maritime Analysis Training School. The Squadron was renamed No. 292 Squadron on 27 October 1980. On 27 September 2012, 292SQN was presented the Governor General's banner. Throughout its history the role of No. 292 Squadron has been to provide operational conversion training on the P-3 Orion to RAAF aircrew. After completing their training with No. 292 Squadron, aircrew are posted to either No. 10 Squadron or No. 11 Squadron.

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