(1) One of their drones shadowing the withdrawing enemy fleet has detected a squadron of enemy warships detaching from the main body.(2) It is understood the restructuring will see the creation of nine infantry battalions, one artillery battalion and one cavalry squadron .(3) The force now included around a battalion of infantry as well as a squadron of military engineers.(4) he immediately commissioned a squadron of architects(5) The event was also a farewell for the Leopard tanks of the reserve squadron of 1 Armd Regt.(6) The award is presented annually to the Royal Navy ship, squadron or Royal Marines unit that is judged to have done most to project a positive image of the Senior Service.(7) Bradford Council insisted its squadron of gritters was working overtime, but thousands of frustrated motorists faced huge delays on normally-short journeys.(8) They are met at the courthouse door by a squadron of court officers who proceed to subject them to a humiliating search.(9) Charles Turner was serving with the Royal Air Force when his squadron got their flying orders for D-Day.(10) As part of the tour, the group will also visit Air Force squadrons on base to see how they fly and maintain their fleet.(11) It was home to one of the Royal Air Force's oldest squadrons and hosted such events as the Schneider Trophy air races.(12) The next few years were spent commanding small naval squadrons .(13) Indeed, the Polish airmen who managed to reach the UK formed a fully-fledged Polish air force with 14 squadrons and support services, and this by 1941.(14) Cavalrymen familiar with the command and control squadrons of the border regiments during the Cold War will recognize this organization.(15) The only major sea battle in World War began with fighting between Royal Navy squadrons of battle-cruisers under Beatty and a German squadron under Rear Admiral von Hipper.(16) Losses were heavy and the RAAF squadrons were supplemented by RAF Hudsons flown from India.