In memory of her support, the RAF 15 Squadron still has a "McRobert's Reply" in service.The first MacRobert's Reply held the "F for Freddie" designation. Ever since, the aircraft holding that designation has been specially marked.
Over the years the designation has been held by a number of aircraft. Four are known, but some sources suggest there have been eight. Those most commonly listed are:
- Short Stirling N6086 - damaged in a mid air collision
- Short Stirling W7531 - shot down in 1942 with one survivor
- a Blackburn Buccaneer
- Panavia Tornado G1 XA559
Photos of a G1 Tornado "MacRobert's Reply" can be found here:
"The aircraft should also bear the MacRobert's coat of arms the family crest, a crossed fern leaf and an Indian rose. Let the bomber serve where there is the most need of her and may luck be with those who fly her."
Lady Rachel Workman MacRobert, 1941