COMBAT AIR CORNERSTONE

The Royal Air Force first pressed its Typhoons in combat action in 2011 over Libya. Since then, they’ve continued to demonstrate their evolution in capabilities in operational theaters.

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A RAF Typhoon FGR4 takes on fuel from a US Air Force KC-10A Extender during an Operation ‘Shader’ mission.
USAF/SrA Preston Webb
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EUROFIGHTER TYPHOON // ROYAL AIR FORCE

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