F 2 Hägernäs
|Kungliga Roslagens Flygflottilj|
|Garrison/HQ||Hägernäs, Täby Municipality|
Arthur Örnberg (1926–1929)
|Attack||T 1, T 2|
|Reconnaissance||S 1, S 2, S 3, S 4, S 5, S 9, S 12, S 17|
|Trainer||G 101, Se 102, Se 103, Se 104, Sk 2, Sk 3, Sk 4, Sk 6, Sk 15, Sk 50B, Ö 2, Ö 7, Ö 9|
|Transport||Tp 1, Tp 2, Tp 8, Tp 24, Tp 45A, Tp 47, Tp 78|
F 2 Hägernäs, Roslagens Flygflottilj, Roslagen Air Force Wing, or simply "F 2", is a former Swedish Air Force wing with the main base located on the east coast of Sweden just north of the capital Stockholm.
History of the airbase
From 1919 the area was used for flight training for navy pilots.
The wing started out as the 2nd Flying Corps in 1926 with seaplanes for naval scouting and reconnaissance and bomb and torpedo attacks. In 1936 the unit was designated F 2 as an Air Force wing.
The last operational flying squadron at F 2 consisted of S 17's from 1942 to 1949 when the wing was renamed Roslagens Flygkår, Roslagen Flying Corps. The wing then became home for various other operational units in the Air Force.
From 1951 to 1962, the Air Force Meteorology School was located here until moving to F 12 Kalmar.
In 1966 the Air Force Academy for ground troops was started at F 2 and remained until 1974 when the wing was decommissioned and all schools were transferred to F 18 Tullinge.
The base area was used for general seaplane aviation until converted to a residential area in 2002. One of the hangars remained and was restored as a parking garage.