|No. 353 Squadron RAF|
|Active||1 June 1942 - 1 October 1946|
|Branch||Royal Air Force|
|Part of||South East Asia Command.|
|Motto||Fear naught in unity|
No. 353 Squadron RAF was formed on the 1 June 1942 at Dum Dum, India. The squadron was engaged in coastal patrols over the Bay of Bengal equipped with Lockheed Hudson aircraft. In August 1943 the squadron moved to Palam and was assigned to transport duties. From 1944 onwards the squadron re-equipped with Douglas Dakotas, and also operated a number of Avro Anson aircraft. On 1 October 1946 the squadron disbanded.