Britain's R.A.F. to take over Baltic Air Policing

  • 2016-04-26
The United Kingdon’s Royal Air Force will provide fighter jets and personnel to the NATO Baltic Air Policing mission, which is based at the Amari air base in Estonia. The aircraft and staff will be stationed at the base from April to August 2016. The United Kingdom will assume the mission at Amari on April 28 from the Belgian Air Force, which has been stationed there since January 7 this year.  The R.A.F. will the perform mission using Eurofighters Typhoon aircraft. Belgium carried out their operations us...
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