202 Squadron Association
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Membership is open to all regardless of age, rank or trade specialization. There only two criteria, a link with the Squadron and a desire to, hopefully, meet old mates and definitely make new ones.
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Many of you will already have seen stories in the media about the potential exposure to asbestos that might result from carrying out maintenance on certain parts/systems in the Sea King. The Association has been given no official information about this risk but below are some links to media organisations that have covered the story and other sites:
St. Mawgan’s new Gate Guardian
Sea King Mk 3 XZ587 has been installed as the gate guardian at RAF St Mawgan: see the photos below.
The Station doesn’t have the aircraft’s F700, or details of any rescues or other significant events that the aircraft was involved in.
If you have any information about XZ587 please send it to Steve Garden (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will forward it to the Station.