Royal Air Force
The flying of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin by a Royal Air Force (RAF) C-17 Globemaster III from Edinburgh Airport to RAF Northolt on September 13 set a new flight tracking record, website Flightradar24 has said
It was called Mutually Assured Destruction, the deterrent that would prevent nuclear holocaust. In the September 2011 FlyPast Glenn Sands explained how the V-Force would have hit back after a Soviet strike
The Vulcan was used in a number of roles by the RAF, including the lesser known tasks of maritime reconnaissance and nuclear test sampling. In the August 2015 issue of Aviation News Dr Kevin Wright reviewed the V-bomber’s military career which lasted more than 30 years
In the February 2016 issue of Flypast navigator Jack Talliss recalled his Vulcan days, which included the prototype and last-to-go XH558
In a wide-ranging interview with Key.Aero’s Dino Carrara, Air Marshal Greg Bagwell (ret’d) offers his thoughts on the air war in Ukraine and the future of the RAF in light of the heightened security situation in Europe
Two months after receiving its first aircraft, the Royal Air Force (RAF) declared full-service capability on its newly acquired fleet of two Envoy IV transport aircraft on August 1.