Seconding the above, Nos. 46, 54 and 66 Sqns RFC or No.10 Sqn RNAS.
It's difficult to make an accurate judgement from autobiographies because they're subjective, but comparing 'No Parachute' (No. 46) with 'Sopwith Scout 7309' (No. 66) - from memory only, mind - No. 66 seemed to be a bit more 'in the thick of it' with their Pups than No. 46, though that may be because their CO, the ace J. M. O. Andrews was an aggressive leader in the Lanoe Hawker mould, having served under Hawker in No. 24 Sqn. - which wouldn't necessarily be reflected in the sim (although it wouldn't surprise me if OBD's AI had an over-arching 'aggressive squadron' parameter).
'If you join No. 10 Sqn. RNAS in August I can say from experience that you'll see a lot of action and you'll also have the twin Vickers Tripe.
Can't speak to the squadron's activity prior to that to the same degree but in 'A History of No. 10 Squadron Royal Naval Air Service in World War 1' Mike Westrop lists 50+ claims between beginning of June and end of July '17 so I guess they were busy. And of course, you may get the chance to join 'B Flight' - the famous 'Black Flight'.
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