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The Red Arrows demonstrating their brand new tail fin design during a practice session over RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.  The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, has revealed a new Union flag-inspired design on its world-famous jets.  Tailfins on the team’s Hawk aircraft have received the fresh look, reflecting British excellence.  The makeover will be seen by millions of people every year, when the Red Arrows display both at home and overseas.  Complete with flowing red, white and blue lines, the new design emphasises the team’s important role as a global ambassador for the United Kingdom and Royal Air Force.
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The Red Arrows demonstrating their brand new tail fin design during a practice session over RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.  The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, has revealed a new Union flag-inspired design on its world-famous jets.  Tailfins on the team’s Hawk aircraft have received the fresh look, reflecting British excellence.  The makeover will be seen by millions of people every year, when the Red Arrows display both at home and overseas.  Complete with flowing red, white and blue lines, the new design emphasises the team’s important role as a global ambassador for the United Kingdom and Royal Air Force.
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HMS Iron Duke leaving her home port of Portsmouthin June 2014 for a six month deployment to the South Atlantic.  During six months away the Type 23 frigate will protect UK interests and promote the nation’s capabilities abroad. At times she will work with partner nations to develop their armed forces training to defend their own waters. She may be called upon to lend assistance for humanitarian disasters or tackle piracy on the high seas. Her recent visit to Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST) in Plymouth has equipped her crew of 180 for every eventuality.
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HMS Iron Duke leaving her home port of Portsmouthin June 2014 for a six month deployment to the South Atlantic.  During six months away the Type 23 frigate will protect UK interests and promote the nation’s capabilities abroad. At times she will work with partner nations to develop their armed forces training to defend their own waters. She may be called upon to lend assistance for humanitarian disasters or tackle piracy on the high seas. Her recent visit to Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST) in Plymouth has equipped her crew of 180 for every eventuality.
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Type 23 frigate HMS Iron Duke anchored off Antarctica, during her South Atlantic deployment in 2014.
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An Army Chinook helicopter, based at RAF Odiham, shown in flight during Exercise Herrick Eagle.  Exercise Herrick Eagle was a 16 Air Assault Brigade exercise, commanded and controlled by Commander 16 Air Assault Brigade.  It involved a large number of Army and RAF units.  The exercise was designed to integrate ground elements, attack aviation and Support Helicopters.  The aim was to practice essential task force skills before possible deployment on Op Herrick, Afghanistan.  The exercise took place over the period 23 January to 3 February 2006.
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A Chinook of 27 Sqn based at RAF Odiham photographed flying low over an airfield in Scotland, on a typically rainy day.
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A Merlin Mk3 helicopter with the Commando Helicopter Force, CHF from 846 Naval Air Squadron arriving back at the Royal Norwegian Air Force Base Bardufoss, Norway in heavy snow after conducting an Arctic flying training sortie.  Royal Navy personnel from Commando Helicopter Force (CHF) 846 Naval Air Squadron normally based at Royal Air Force Benson in Oxfordshire have been conducting Arctic flying and ground training in Norway.  Situated some 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle at the Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) training facility near Bardufoss, northern Norway, the JHC base known as 'Clockwork' provides survival and operational training and support facilities to enable aviation capable units arms to survive, operate and fight in extreme cold weather environments.  JHC 'Clockwork' has provided Commando Helicopter Force (CHF) with an Arctic base for over 40 years the training provided by the facility is as relevant today as it has always been. It enables CHF to prepare for future operations and is fundamental to the delivery of littoral manoeuvre for the Royal Navy given the geography and excellent facilities that exist in the local area.
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