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29(R) SQN

It has been a busy period for 29. The Sqn has graduated 2 courses, said goodbye to several of its staff, welcomed some more, and of course, got within touching distance of Cyprus. However, all was not lost, and while […]

XI SQN UPDATE

After an eventful summer, XI squadron was looking forward to it’s time running up to Christmas. We had the delights of Ex JOINT WARRIOR to look forward to in the beautiful Vale of York along with our own exercise DOUBLE […]

3(F) SQN UPDATE

                        The RAF’s oldest fixed-wing Squadron (yes, II(AC) Sqn. Check your facts) has, once again, been at the forefront of life at RAF Coningsby during a busy autumn period. […]

41(R) TES HIGH RIDERS

Since the amalgamation of the Typhoon Test and Evaluation Sqn (TES) and the Tornado TES back in April, the hectic pace of trials flying and capability delivery has continued unabated.  The merge has seen 41(R) TES double in strength and […]

29(R) SQN UPDATE

It has been a busy period for 29(R) Sqn with the graduation of more than 30 new Typhoon pilots in the last 12 months. In addition, the Typhoon Qualified Weapons Instructor (QWI) course has recently graduated providing the Front Line […]

XI SQN UPDATE

It’s been a busy year so far for the Royal Air Force’s premier Typhoon squadron and it doesn’t look as though the pace is going to relent any time soon. In the 3 months since the last update the squadron has […]

3(F) SQN UPDATE

It’s been a busy summer as members of 3(F) travelled far and wide renewing old friendships. Wg Cdr Cab Townsend’s passport has been particularly well used as he led two of the overseas trips. The first was a visit to […]

3(F) SQN JAPANESE AFFILIATION

When the phone call came in last year that promised hope of a Sqn exchange visit to Japan, little did I expect that it would actually come to fruition. But on Mon 15 Jul I was accompanied by Sqn Ldr […]

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