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  1. No. 22 Group is one of five groups currently active in the Royal Air Force, falling under the responsibility of Deputy Commander-in-Chief (Personnel) in Air Command. Its previous title up until 2018 was No. 22 (Training) Group. It is responsible for RAF training policy and controlling the Royal Air Force College and the RAF's training stations.

  2. This is a list of Royal Air Force groups. The group is a formation just below command level. There are currently only six groups in operation: No. 1 Group, No. 2 Group, No. 11 Group, No. 22 Group and No. 83 Group. These are shown in bold in the table below. See also [ edit] Command (military formation) Royal Air Force British Armed Forces

    Group
    Dates Active
    Notes
    1918–1926 1927–1939 1940–present
    Originally formed on 1 April 1918, it was ...
    1918–1920 1936–1947 1948–1958 1993–1996 ...
    Formed as No. 2 (Training) Group on 1 ...
    1918–1921 1923–1926 1936–1967 ...
    No. 3 Group was first formed on 10 May ...
    1918–1919 1937–1948
    Originally formed on 1 April 1918, but ...
  3. Aunque el Grupo No. 22 debía formarse el 1 de abril de 1918, el mismo día en que se estableció la RAF, no se activó hasta el 1 de julio de 1918 en el Área Noroeste de la RAF. Se activó en East Fortune, pero trasladó su sede al Station Hotel, Stirling .

  4. No. 22 Group RAF Badge.png Participate in the deletion discussion at the nomination page . — Community Tech bot ( talk ) 17:47, 14 January 2022 (UTC) [ reply ]

  5. Although No. 22 Group was due to be formed on 1 April 1918, the same day as the RAF was established, it was not activated until 1 July 1918 in the RAF's North-Western Area. It was activated at East Fortune but moved its headquarters to the Station Hotel, Stirling. [3] The next month, on 8 August 1918, it received the designation 'Operations ...