Inzpired exercise

Paul E Eden visited RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, for an exclusive oversight of last year’s second Exercise Cobra Warrior, discovering how contractor Inzpire works within No 92 Squadron in a prime expression of the RAF’s ‘Whole Force’ approach.

Cobra Warrior

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The ABTC’s permanent establishment includes a suite of Typhoon simulators.
Garry Ridsdale via Inzpire

Staged twice a year, Exercise Cobra Warrior is the final assessment phase of the RAF’s Qualified Weapons Instructor (QWI) course. Comprising Blue (allied) and Red (adversary) forces, it pitches student QWIs into complex mission scenarios, often involving multiple aircraft flying against enemy air and ground defences.

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