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UK Air Power Special Magazine – The UK’s Military Aviation Capabilities Today

Brought to you by the world-renowned Air Forces Monthly editorial team, UK Air Power 2011 is a 116-page look at the aviation assets of the British forces following the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review.

Features Include:
• SDSR: Did it do what it said on the tin? - Analysis of the fall-out from 2010’s Strategic Defence and Security Review and recent world events.
• Will We Ever See Them Again? - Many famous RAF squadrons of recent years are now waiting for an expansion that may never come. Here we describe a few that may have flown their final flights.
• Army Air Corps - It may be the smallest of the three UK air arms, but the Army Air Corps certainly packs a punch with the Westland Apache AH1 at its disposal.
• SDSR 2015 – How Will The UK Military Shape Up? - We look toward 2015 and the next Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR).
• Flying Low Level - Many of the UK’s inventory of military aircraft fly at low level as part of an aircrew’s ongoing training. We visited the Low Flying Operations Squadron at RAF Wittering to find out the reasons for low-level flying and how it is managed within the UK.
And much, much more!
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UK Air Power 2011 UK Air Power Special Magazine – The UK’s Military Aviation Capabilities Today Brought to you by the world-renowned Air Forces Monthly editorial team, UK Air Power 2011 is a 116-page look at the aviation assets of the British forces following the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review. Features Include: • SDSR: Did it do what it said on the tin? - Analysis of the fall-out from 2010’s Strategic Defence and Security Review and recent world events. • Will We Ever See Them Again? - Many famous RAF squadrons of recent years are now waiting for an expansion that may never come. Here we describe a few that may have flown their final flights. • Army Air Corps - It may be the smallest of the three UK air arms, but the Army Air Corps certainly packs a punch with the Westland Apache AH1 at its disposal. • SDSR 2015 – How Will The UK Military Shape Up? - We look toward 2015 and the next Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR). • Flying Low Level - Many of the UK’s inventory of military aircraft fly at low level as part of an aircrew’s ongoing training. We visited the Low Flying Operations Squadron at RAF Wittering to find out the reasons for low-level flying and how it is managed within the UK. And much, much more!


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UK Air Power Special Magazine – The UK’s Military Aviation Capabilities Today

Brought to you by the world-renowned Air Forces Monthly editorial team, UK Air Power 2011 is a 116-page look at the aviation assets of the British forces following the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review.

Features Include:
• SDSR: Did it do what it said on the tin? - Analysis of the fall-out from 2010’s Strategic Defence and Security Review and recent world events.
• Will We Ever See Them Again? - Many famous RAF squadrons of recent years are now waiting for an expansion that may never come. Here we describe a few that may have flown their final flights.
• Army Air Corps - It may be the smallest of the three UK air arms, but the Army Air Corps certainly packs a punch with the Westland Apache AH1 at its disposal.
• SDSR 2015 – How Will The UK Military Shape Up? - We look toward 2015 and the next Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR).
• Flying Low Level - Many of the UK’s inventory of military aircraft fly at low level as part of an aircrew’s ongoing training. We visited the Low Flying Operations Squadron at RAF Wittering to find out the reasons for low-level flying and how it is managed within the UK.
And much, much more!
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