B-Flight & Operational Conversion Unit  

Originally new F-16 pilots were trained on the F-16B two-seaters used by the "Operational Conversion Flight F16".

On 25/11/1983 this unit was renamed in "B-Flight".

When the 1st Fighter Wing was disbanded in March 1996 the O.C.U., founded there on September 1st 1987, became part of the 10th Wing.

This was the end of the B-Flight.

The new O.C.U. squadron inherited the crest (a vulture on an arrow) and traditions of the previous Fighter School of Koksijde, a unit that was disbanded in 1958.

 

         
 

 

 
 
 
 
   
   
 
 
   
 

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