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29(Reserve) Squadron - RAF Coningsby

In September 2003 29(R) Squadron reformed as the Typhoon Operational Conversion Unit at BAE Systems at Warton. It is tasked with providing technical and tactical training of all engineers and pilots for the Typhoon aircraft. 

In June 2005 the Squadron moved to its permanent base at RAF Coningsby. 29(R) Squadron officially 'stood-up' on November 4, 2005.

Air to Air Action
Typhoon T.1A (ZJ813 'BL') over North Sea (AARA 5) in March 2008.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1As (ZJ812 'BK' and ZJ813 'BL') using callsign 'Triplex' in March 2008. Typhoon T.1 (ZJ808 'BG') over Irish Sea (AARA 13) in October 2008.
Typhoon T.1A and T.1 (ZJ813 'BL' with ZJ807 'BF') using callsign 'Triplex' in March 2008.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1As (ZJ812 'BK' and ZJ807 'BF') and Typhoon T.1A and T.1 (ZJ813 'BL' with ZJ807 'BF') using callsign 'Triplex' in March 2008.

On Base Action
Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK349 'GN-A') Squadron in WWII anniversary markings for the 2015 display season in November 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK349 'GN-A') of 29(R) Squadron in WWII anniversary markings for the 2015 display season. Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK320 'BR') and Typhoon T.3s (ZJ810 'BI' and ZJ804 'BM') in February 2016.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3s (ZJ808 'BP' and ZK382 'BG') and Typhoon FGR.4s (ZK320 'BR' and ZK353 'BQ') all of 29(R) Squadron in November 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK349 'BZ') in January 2015. Typhoon FGR.4 (ZJ921 'BY') and Typhoon T.3 (ZK379 'BB') in March 2015. Typhoon T.1 (ZJ810 'BI') in Novemver 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ801 'BJ', ZJ813 'BL', ZJ807 'BF' and ZK383 'BN') in January 2015.
Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK343 'BX') in January 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZK383 'BN') in August 2014. Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK308 'TP-V') and Typhoon T.3 (ZJ805 'BD') in January 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3s (ZJ803 'BA', ZJ807 'BF', ZJ804 'BM' and ZJ810 'BI') at Coningsby in January 2013.
Left to right: Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK322 'BR') and Typhoon T.3s (ZJ911 'BH', ZJ805 'BD' and ZJ813 'BL') at Coningsby in January 2013.
Left to right: Typhoon FGR.4s (ZJ928 'BX' with one Op ELLAMY mission mark, ZJ910 'BV' also with one Op ELLAMY mission mark and ZJ914 'BY') at Coningsby in January 2012. Typhoon FGR.4 (ZJ911 'BZ') with Op ELLAMY mission marks in January 2013.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3s (ZJ800 'BC', ZJ803 'BA', ZJ811 'BP' and ZJ806 'BE') at Coningsby in January 2012.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3s (ZJ801 'BJ' and ZJ809 'BH') at Coningsby in April 2011.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ809 'BH'), Typhoon FGR.4 (ZJ910 'BV') and Typhoon T.3 (ZJ802 'BB') at Coningsby in December 2010.   
Left to right: Typhoon F.2 (ZJ920 'BX'), Typhoon T.1 (ZJ809 'BH') and Typhoon T.1 (ZJ806 'BE') at Coningsby in April 2007.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1 (ZJ809 'BH'), Typhoon T.1 (ZJ802 'BB') and Typhoon T.1 (ZJ812 'BK') at Coningsby in April 2007.
Left to right: Departing two-ship sorties (Typhoon F.2 ZJ920 'BX' and Typhoon T.1 ZJ813 'BL') and Typhoon F.2 (ZJ911 'BZ') at Coningsby in November 2006.
Typhoon F.2 (ZJ920 'BX') recovers to Coningsby at the end of the day.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1s (ZJ805 'BD') and Typhoon F.2 (ZJ911 'BZ') at Coningsby in November 2006.

At Konya, Turkey for exercise Anatolian Eagle 2015, in June 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ805 'BD').

Low Level Flying Action
Typhoon T.1 (ZJ800 'BC') in December 2008
Left to right: Typhoon T.3s (ZJ810 'BI' and ZJ805 'BD') using 'Triplex' callsign in June 2016 in the Loop.
Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK331 'BT') using callsign 'Triplex 51 Flight' in January 2017.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ814 'BH') in Wales in September 2013.  Typhoon FGR.4 (ZJ927 'BO') through Cad' in July 2014.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZK307 'BU') in mid-Wales in June 2013 and Typhoon T.3 (ZK379 'BB') low in the Lake District in September 2013.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ815 'BN') three Loop passes in one day in May 2013.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ804 'BM') three Loop passes in one day in May 2013.
 
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZK380 'BG') through the Loop in April 2013. Typhoon FGR.4 (ZZK331 'BT') over the sea at Beachy Head in August 2015.
Left to right: Typhoon FGR.4 (ZK307 'BU') low through the Selkirk to Moffat valley in October 2012.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ803 'BA') using callsign 'Typhoon 42' of 29(R) Squadron in May 2012 through the Loop.
Left to right: Typhoon T.3 (ZJ812 'BK') in the Lake District in January 2012.
Left to right: Two-seat Typhoon T.3 (ZJ808 'BG') in the Lake District in September 2010. Typhoon T.3 (ZJ801 'BJ') using callsign 'Typhoon 33' in October 2010.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1 (ZJ805 'BD') using callsign 'Typhoon 49' through the Lakes in August 2009. 
Left to right: A two-seat (back seat was un-occupied) Typhoon T.1 (ZJ800 'BC') which was the first RAF Typhoon to fly (first flew February 14, 2003). It was using callsign 'Typhoon 315' and the pilot requested a practice diversion (PD) when at 14,000 feet to RAF Valley before continuing at low level through mid-Wales in December 2008.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1 (ZJ808 'BG') flying at low level in the Lake District in August 2004.
Typhoon T.1 (ZJ812 'BK') low-flying through Wales in November 2007.

Air show action
Typhoon T.1 (ZJ813 'BL') at RIAT Fairford in July 2006 returning after its display.
Typhoon T.1 (ZJ809 'BH') performing the first 'No-holes-barred' full display at RIAT Fairford in July 2005 and Typhoon T.1 (ZJ807 'BF') at Kemble display in June 2005. Typhoon T.1 (ZJ810 'BI') at RIAT 2010.
Left to right: Typhoon T.1 (ZJ810 'BI') at Waddington International Air Display in July 2005 it was later to crash at Coningsby. Typhoon T.1 (ZJ807 'BF') and Typhoon F.2 (ZJ920 'BX') at Fairford in 2007.