The Ministry of Defence say that missions included “escorting US strategic bombers and scrambling twice to monitor Russian planes” operating around the Baltic Nations airspace.

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Andy
Andy
3 months ago

It’s great to see this level of interoperability. The RAF are certainly doing their part.

The Artist Formerly Known As Los Pollos Chicken
The Artist Formerly Known As Los Pollos Chicken
3 months ago

The article just goes to show how well the RAF operates , at a level of operational readiness, availability and professionalism far beyond what most nations can do. Just another example of U.K. plc being numero uno . Just wait for the wee miserable daftie doomsday merchants to pipe up with all there pessimistic we don’t have thousands of planes and oh we don’t have this missile or that missile and blah blah blah. Douglas Bader and Bomber Harris know the score RAF -5- Unsportsmanlike baw bag nations airforces 0

Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
3 months ago

I love your positivity Los Pollos. Every time. Meanwhile, further down….

The Artist Formerly Known As Los Pollos Chicken
The Artist Formerly Known As Los Pollos Chicken
3 months ago

Thanks Dan I appreciate that .I have nothing but respect for those men and women who serve in our armed forces. I know our forces face challenging situations through lack of money and other such problems but despite it all they function and function well. The mod budget could be £2.50 and the RAF would still operate and make things work cos we always make things work and come out on top.Life is full of people who are negative and who’s sole aim seems to be to put everything and everyone else down. I’ll never apologise for supporting U.K. plc… Read more »

Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
3 months ago

Bravo mate. All power to you.

Harold
Harold
3 months ago

With the news this evening confirming what so many of us realised, notably that the country nearly financially collapsed a month ago and that the Bank of England had to step in to rescue the country which is still economically on ‘life support’, one wonders how much longer this sort of military posturing overseas can be afforded. Eventually, reality will have to be faced by all spending departments and the taxpayer. That is utterly inevitable.

dave12
dave12
3 months ago
Reply to  Harold

lol what Rubbish you speak Yuri, you seem to be very jealous of the UK so troll on in bitterness.

Reaper
Reaper
3 months ago
Reply to  dave12

Not wrong though. Someone will cop the bill and it will be the army who has its funds diverted to pay for it.

Stevo H
Stevo H
3 months ago
Reply to  Harold

Pipe down comrade……you’re boring me already….

Airborne
Airborne
3 months ago
Reply to  Harold

Ah Harold, here we go again, things have been quiet since you were using your other Iqbal avatar on other sites. Keep posting please as your utter chuff is amusing, sad, but amusing.

Mr Bell
Mr Bell
3 months ago
Reply to  Harold

Putinbot. Get back to shovelling the coal into the boilers at the Kremlin. Harold you are the weakest link. Goodbys

Airborne
Airborne
3 months ago
Reply to  Mr Bell

Best response yet! I need to learn from the master lol!

Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
3 months ago
Reply to  Airborne

The saddest thing for me. I do not believe he is a putinbot, or Russian, or anything like that. He is British. And that saddens me. And says a lot about this country.

David Flandry
David Flandry
3 months ago
Reply to  Harold

Balderdash.

Nigel Collins
Nigel Collins
3 months ago

Any news on how we are progressing?

Germany approves upgraded AESA for Eurofighters

“The German Bundestag has approved funding to develop, build, and integrate a new active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar system for the Luftwaffe’s Eurofighter combat aircraft fleet.”

https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/germany-approves-upgraded-aesa-for-eurofighters