FAA News Archive
Sea King presented to Norwegians in Arctic
A Sea King helicopter that has flown thousands of hours has been unveiled at its final resting spot. The retired green Mk4 was officially presented to the Norwegians at a ceremony held at Bardufoss air base this week.
Duke of Sussex visits CHF in Arctic
The Duke of Sussex spent part of Valentine’s Day visiting Naval Service personnel hundreds of miles inside the Arctic Circle.
New fast jet training takes off
The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier, will open a state-of-the-art High-G training and test facility at RAF Cranwell today.
Merlins’ success as helicopter clocks up milestone
Naval aviators say the best is yet to come from their principal heavy-duty helicopter after it clocked up 200,000 flying hours – safeguarding ships and submarines and ferrying troops into battle.
750 NAS pass 10,000-hour milestone
The Navy’s flying classroom has clocked up 10,000 hours teaching aviation weapons specialists in the skies above Cornwall.
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