Exercise Cobra Warrior
Maple leaves are taking to the air now we are in autumn, however other ‘maple leaves’ are being seen airborne in the UK – namely those worn by Royal Canadian Air Force CF-188A Hornets and a CC-150T Polaris taking part in Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-2
McDonnell Douglas CF-188A Hornets of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) while deployed to the UK for Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-2 have also taken advantage of low flying areas for additional training
Key.Aero can exclusively confirm that Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-2 will have a new nation taking part when it kicks off in early September.
Key.Aero can exclusively reveal the first official confirmation of overseas participants for the second Exercise Cobra Warrior of the year, which is due to take place in September
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
Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-1 is now in its third and final week with the Belgian Defence – Air Component’s F-16 Fighting Falcons having departed home on Friday, March 17.
As the first week of Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-1 draws to a close, weather has disrupted proceedings as today’s mission (March 10) was cancelled due to snowy weather. However, when the skies cleared some of the participating air forces took the opportunity to conduct their own training sorties
Exercise Cobra Warrior 23-1 kicked off in typically cold northern English weather, but the action certainly provided such much-needed heat. Check out some of the action shots from the first day of the exercise here
The RAF has confirmed the participating air forces for its upcoming Exercise Cobra Warrior.