Red Squadron was the name of a number of starfighter squadrons in operation throughout galactic history:
- Red Wing, a fighter group of Aurek-class tactical strikefighters that fought during the Jedi Civil War, and later during the First Jedi Purge.
- Red Squadron, a clone flight squadron that fought throughout the Clone Wars.
- Red Squadron, a Rebel squadron that participated in the Battle of Yavin and the Battle of Endor.
- Red Squadron, an X-wing squadron that encountered a Star Tours travel agency starship during a battle.
- Red Squadron, an X-wing squadron stationed on the New Republic Majestic-class heavy cruiser Mandjur.
- Red Squadron, an E-wing escort starfighter squadron stationed on the New Republic Endurance-class fleet carrier Intrepid.
- Red Squadron, a fake TIE/D Defender unit made by Rogue Squadron during the Hegemony theater.
- Red Squadron, a New Republic X-wing starfighter squadron that was part of the Thurse's complement.
- Red Squadron, a starfighter squadron that participated in the late stages of the Yuuzhan Vong War.
- Red Squadron a starfighter squadron that was part of Darth Krayt's Galactic Empire during the Second Imperial Civil War.
- Red Squadron, a squadron used by the Mugaari pirates.
- Red Squadron, a Rebel Alliance starfighter squadron during the Galactic Civil War.
- Red Squadron, a Resistance starfighter squadron active during the conflict against the First Order.
- Red Flight, a temporary New Republic X-wing starfighter detachment assembled for an ambassadorial trip to Adumar.
- Red Flight, a BTL-S8 K-wing assault starfighter flight that was part of the New Republic's 24th Bombardment Squadron.
- Red Flight (Rebel Alliance), a Rebel Alliance T-65B X-wing starfighter that was part of the Alliance Fleet
- Red Team, a Rebel flight of three T-65 X-wing starfighters assigned to Isis.
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