9 Squadron

9 Squadron

9 Squadron or 9th Squadron may refer to:

Aviation squadrons 
  • No. 9 Squadron RAAF, a unit of the Australian Royal Air Force
  • No. 9 Squadron (India), a unit of the Union of India Air Force
  • No. 9 Squadron RNZAF, a unit of the New Zealand Royal Air Force
  • No. 9 Squadron (Pakistan Air Force), also known as the Griffins, a unit of the Pakistan Air Force.
  • No. IX Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force
  • 9th Fighter Squadron (United States), a unit of the United States Air Force
  • 9th Bomb Squadron (United States), a unit of the United States Air Force
  • 9th Special Operations Squadron (United States), a unit of the United States Air Force
  • 9th Space Operations Squadron (United States), a unit of the United States Air Force
  • 9th Airlift Squadron (United States), a unit of the United States Air Force
  • 9th Operational Weather Squadron (United States), a unit of the United States Air Force
  • Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 9, a unit of the United States Navy
  • 9 Squadron (Belgian Air Force), a unit of the Belgian Air Component
Ground combat squadrons 

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