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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box 977175896801016, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 130, Version sb, Language English
Produced by Key Publishing with exclusive access to the Royal Air Force, and featuring articles written with and by RAF personnel, The Official RAF Annual Review 2016 is a 132-page special magazine that provides behind the scenes insight into the aircraft, equipment and people of one of the world's premier air forces.
Operating its Tranche 2 Typhoon jets from RAF Lossiemouth, 1 (Fighter) Squadron has been at the forefront of introducing the aircraft's swing-role capability to the frontline, as Officer Commanding 1(F) Sqn, Wing Commander Mike 'Sooty' Sutton reveals in an exclusive interview
Tribute to 'The Few'
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight in 2015 – Marking the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, the BBMF has enjoyed a very busy year. Former OC, Sqn Ldr Clive Rowley looks back over 12 months during which the Lancaster recovered from an inflight fire, the Flight took on a new commander and the fighters reigned supreme
Air Commodore Johnny Stringer examines ongoing RAF operations over Iraq
Aim, Test, Adjust…
As 41 (Reserve) Squadron approaches its centenary in 2016, Review takes a look at the dedicated test and evaluation unit, the RAF's only two-type fast jet squadron
The RAF has four operational Tornado squadrons as the type continues to spearhead offensive operations. All four marked their centenaries over the past year and Review examines the importance of the celebrations and significance of the Tornado mission