The Air Force Heritage Squadron, No 100 Squadron, operates Air Force’s Fleet of Heritage Aircraft operating out of two locations: RAAF Base Point Cook; and Temora Aviation Museum, Temora New South Wales. No 100 Squadron was reformed in January 2021 to coincide with the Air Force Centenary.
The squadron maintains priceless artefacts of Australia’s national heritage in airworthy condition and conduct flying displays in order to commemorate those who have fallen in service of the country, to promote the Royal Australian Air Force and inspire future generations.
The fleet of heritage aircraft is able to support public events in a variety of ways based on the organiser's requirements. Participation options include static displays, flypasts and overhead aerial displays. Where possible and aircraft serviceability allows the Air Force Heritage Squadron will endeavour to allocate aircraft of relevance to the event or commemoration.