Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton

AFTER months of training, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team today successfully completed an annual assessment, known as Public Display Authority (PDA). Pictured here are the pilots 1-11 once PDa has been given. Attaining the status, which involves detailed scrutiny of activity both in the air and on the ground, means the Red Arrows are deemed to have a show that is safe, presentable and representing the best of British. Shown here, the official group photographs taken at RAF Scampton after they received the PDA. Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.
AFTER months of training, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team today successfully completed an annual assessment, known as Public Display Authority (PDA). Pictured here are the pilots 1-11 once PDa has been given. Attaining the status, which involves detailed scrutiny of activity both in the air and on the ground, means the Red Arrows are deemed to have a show that is safe, presentable and representing the best of British. Shown here, the official group photographs taken at RAF Scampton after they received the PDA. Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

AFTER months of training, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team today successfully completed an annual assessment, known as Public Display Authority (PDA). Pictured here are the pilots 1-11 once PDa has been given.

Attaining the status, which involves detailed scrutiny of activity both in the air and on the ground, means the Red Arrows are deemed to have a show that is safe, presentable and representing the best of British. Shown here, the official group photographs taken at RAF Scampton after they received the PDA.
Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

AFTER months of training, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team today successfully completed an annual assessment, known as Public Display Authority (PDA). Pictured here are the pilots 1-11 once PDa has been given.  Attaining the status, which involves detailed scrutiny of activity both in the air and on the ground, means the Red Arrows are deemed to have a show that is safe, presentable and representing the best of British. Shown here, the official group photographs taken at RAF Scampton after they received the PDA. Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.
AFTER months of training, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team today successfully completed an annual assessment, known as Public Display Authority (PDA). Pictured here are the pilots 1-11 once PDa has been given.
Attaining the status, which involves detailed scrutiny of activity both in the air and on the ground, means the Red Arrows are deemed to have a show that is safe, presentable and representing the best of British. Shown here, the official group photographs taken at RAF Scampton after they received the PDA.
Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Tuesday 7th July 2020, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton, with AVM James, AOC 22 Gp, watching in preparation for the team to be awarded PDA (Public Display Authority). PDA is usually given while the team are on exercise Springhawk however due to Corona Virus this year the team have created a smaller modified display and have worked from their home base RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Tuesday 7th July 2020, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton, with AVM James, AOC 22 Gp, watching in preparation for the team to be awarded PDA (Public Display Authority). PDA is usually given while the team are on exercise Springhawk however due to Corona Virus this year the team have created a smaller modified display and have worked from their home base RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Tuesday 7th July 2020, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton, with AVM James, AOC 22 Gp, watching in preparation for the team to be awarded PDA (Public Display Authority). PDA is usually given while the team are on exercise Springhawk however due to Corona Virus this year the team have created a smaller modified display and have worked from their home base RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Tuesday 7th July 2020, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton, with AVM James, AOC 22 Gp, watching in preparation for the team to be awarded PDA (Public Display Authority). PDA is usually given while the team are on exercise Springhawk however due to Corona Virus this year the team have created a smaller modified display and have worked from their home base RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Tuesday 7th July 2020, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton, with AVM James, AOC 22 Gp, watching in preparation for the team to be awarded PDA (Public Display Authority). PDA is usually given while the team are on exercise Springhawk however due to Corona Virus this year the team have created a smaller modified display and have worked from their home base RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Tuesday 7th July 2020, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team perform their display at RAF Scmpton, with AVM Warren James, AOC 22 Gp, watching in preparation for the team to be awarded PDA (Public Display Authority). PDA is usually given while the team are on exercise Springhawk however due to Corona Virus this year the team have created a smaller modified display and have worked from their home base RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Pictured here are Wing Commander David Montenegro, Red 11 and Squadron Leader Martin Pert, Red 1, next to a Hawk T1 at Raf Scampton, in preparation for PDA (Public Display Authority) for the 2020 season durin the Covid 19 pandemic.
Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Pictured here is Squadron Leader Martin Pert, Red 1, next to a Hawk T1 at Raf Scampton, in preparation for PDA (Public Display Authority) for the 2020 season durin the Covid 19 pandemic.

Pictured here is Wing Commander David Montenegro, Red 11, next to a Hawk T1 at Raf Scampton, in preparation for PDA (Public Display Authority) for the 2020 season durin the Covid 19 pandemic.

Photo Chase at RAF Scampton with the Red Arrows over Lincoln, with the Catherdral in the background.
Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Photo Chase at RAF Scampton with the Red Arrows, performing lightning loop over the base.
Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

Photo Chase at RAF Scampton with the Red Arrows, the jets performing the arrival loop over the base in Lincolnshire.
Officially known as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows showcase the excellence of the RAF and represent the United Kingdom both at home and overseas. The team consists of 11 pilots, nine of whom fly in the display, and more than 100 support personnel and technicians. Each of the pilots has previous fast-jet, operational experience flying the Tornado, Typhoon or Harrier, enabling the RAF to secure the skies and protect the nation and its interests, 365-days a year. One of the world’s premier aerobatic teams, the Red Arrows had completed nearly 5,000 displays, in 57 countries, by the beginning of 2019. Flying Hawk T1 jets, the team is based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire.

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