Royal Air Force (RAF)
The fifth and final ex-RAF Raytheon Sentinel R1 battlefield surveillance aircraft departed RAF Waddington in Lincolnshire, UK, on March 21 – almost two years after the platform was withdrawn from operational service and sold as second-hand assets to an unconfirmed US end customer
Take a deep dive into the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s syllabus for converting current RAF aviators onto the classic Avro bomber
Key Aero’s Dino Carrara interviewed Air Vice-Marshal Bob Judson (ret.) about his involvement with the SEPECAT Jaguar. In this final part he reflects on his time as the officer commanding (OC) of a frontline Jaguar squadron
Key.Aero’s Dino Carrara interviewed Air Vice-Marshal Bob Judson (ret.) about his time on the SEPECAT Jaguar. In this part of the interview he details what it was like to fly and how the aircraft evolved
Dr Kevin Wright looks at the roles of the SEPECAT Jaguar with RAF Germany, which included nuclear strike.
Key.Aero’s Dino Carrara interviewed Air Vice-Marshal Bob Judson (ret.) about his time flying the SEPECAT Jaguar. In this extract, he talks about his time on operations over Iraq and Bosnia.
Key.Aero’s Dino Carrara interviewed Air Vice-Marshal Bob Judson (ret.) about his time flying the SEPECAT Jaguar. In this extract, he talks in detail about his time assigned to the nuclear strike role during the Cold War
On March 6, the latest iteration of the biannual Exercise Cobra Warrior (CW23-1) commenced over the skies of the United Kingdom. Ben Stanley Hall looks at the various assets involved, support equipment and mission sets as well as a chat with some of its participants
Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston, the RAF’s most senior officer, has steered his service through a period of great change, and his tenure as Chief of the Air Staff has not been without controversy and criticism – but nor has it been without achievement. Jon Lake reports.