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flygcforum.com ✈ ROYAL AIR FORCE RED ARROWS ✈ Red Arrows feature in new BBC documentary on the RAF ✈

flygcforum.com ✈ ROYAL AIR FORCE RED ARROWS ✈ Red Arrows feature in new BBC documentary on the RAF ✈

As well as providing an #ATC (air traffic control) service the team at #Gibraltar #Airport also provide bird control and a medical response team, as every #RAF station has to have a capability to deliver a #medical response for any #aircraft incident. Some staff have had very specific and rigorous training, so they can provide this service in case an emergency #triage response is needed. #NATS365 #avgeek #aviation #avgeekphoto #aviationphotography #aviationnerd #avgeekphotography #ATCO

As well as providing an #ATC (air traffic control) service the team at #Gibraltar #Airport also provide bird control and a medical response team, as every #RAF station has to have a capability to deliver a #medical response for any #aircraft incident. Some staff have had very specific and rigorous training, so they can provide this service in case an emergency #triage response is needed. #NATS365 #avgeek #aviation #avgeekphoto #aviationphotography #aviationnerd #avgeekphotography #ATCO

SEPECAT Jaguar - Derided as an underpowered, unreliable and unsophisticated type in its early years, the Jaguar evolved into a well-loved, rugged and incredibly reliable strike aircraft and was an export success despite the best efforts of one half of the type's creators. From an enthusiast's point of view this was one charismatic cat, and its retirement from RAF service was a sad day.   - See more at: http://www.thunder-and-lightnings.co.uk/jaguar/index.php#sthash.IgokvqpQ.dpuf

SEPECAT Jaguar - Derided as an underpowered, unreliable and unsophisticated type in its early years, the Jaguar evolved into a well-loved, rugged and incredibly reliable strike aircraft and was an export success despite the best efforts of one half of the type's creators. From an enthusiast's point of view this was one charismatic cat, and its retirement from RAF service was a sad day. - See more at: http://www.thunder-and-lightnings.co.uk/jaguar/index.php#sthash.IgokvqpQ.dpuf

A Handley Page Victor B.2 under tow from an RAF towing truck. The flight crew talk to the driver of the truck.

A Handley Page Victor B.2 under tow from an RAF towing truck. The flight crew talk to the driver of the truck.

The first Bristol Britannia C.1 in RAF service, XL636 'Argo' of No. 99 Squadron during a flight from its base of RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire, shortly after the aircraft was delivered in June 1959.

The first Bristol Britannia C.1 in RAF service, XL636 'Argo' of No. 99 Squadron during a flight from its base of RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire, shortly after the aircraft was delivered in June 1959.

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