RAF Annual Review 2018
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 2018 is a 132-page special magazine providing behind the scenes insight into the aircraft, equipment, people and operations of one of the world's premier air forces.
Reaper Reality: The Officer Commanding XIII Squadron, one of two RAF units flying the Reaper remotely piloted air system, talks frankly about the aircraft, its capabilities and how the RAF operates it
A Bright New Future: Introducing five new aircraft types Juno, Jupiter, Phenom, Prefect and Texan and the UK's Military Flying Training System is starting its first ab initio course imminently. Group Captain David Catlow discusses its leading-edge capability and his hopes for the future
Shining A Light On Shadow: Officer Commanding 14 Sqn describes the unit's operations with the secretive King Air-based Shadow reconnaissance aircraft and describes the fleet expansion process that's under way
To The Ends Of The Earth: Wing Commander Ed Horne, Officer Commanding LXX Squadron, explains how the Atlas is excelling in the strategic transport role and how Brize Norton s A400M community is excited for the aircraft s future
A Tumultuous Year: Officer Commanding Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Squadron Leader Andy Milli Millikin and ex-OC Squadron Leader Clive Rowley MBE RAF (Retd) look back on the Flight's 60th anniversary year and a season of engineering challenges