RAF Red Arrows
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.@RAFRed10: A cracking view of Red 4 with Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle! Taken from @RAFRed2's boot this afternoon #lincoln
RAF Red Arrows
02/17/2017 at 19:05. Facebook
Another important training milestone for the 2017 Red Arrows team, the first seven-aircraft formation of the year, was achieved today at Royal Air Force Scampton.
Training progresses at Royal Air Force Scampton for the 2017 team. Reds 6-9, who form the rear section of our formation, flew together today for the first time as a four-ship this year. Take a look at some the images from that sortie and the pilots walking back to debrief the flight.
Love is in the air this Valentine's Day. The Heart - precision flying and a popular feature of a display by the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.
.@RAFRed10: Do you like LEGO? Do you like the Red Arrows? Please pledge your support for this model here [ Ideas.lego.com Link ] If it gets 10,000 supporters LEGO might make it an official set!
Today's view at RAF Scampton, our Lincolnshire home. The poor weather, including snowfall, has meant our flying programme has had to be very flexible. However, whatever the conditions, our Royal Air Force engineers are always there, working hard throughout the busy winter training period.
It's 48 years to the day since the Boeing 747 took to the skies for the first time. Here's an image of a flypast the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team did with a jumbo in 2009.
.@RAFRed10: Another stunning #Lincolnshire sky for training. Here @RAFRed1 breaks to land from Battle
Meet Flight Lieutenant Alicia 'Lissy' Mason, the Red Arrows' new Junior Engineering Officer. Follow Lissy @RAFCircus1 on Twitter and read more about her Royal Air Force career here: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Hands up who would like a future career as an engineer? Young people can meet two members of the Blues - the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team's support crew - at a Futurewise Engineering Insight Event on February 16. Here are more details: [ Goo.gl Link ]
.@RAFRed10: For those under the cloud in Lincolnshire, I can report it's glorious above 2000ft. In military aviation parlance, 'It's ginners upstairs'!
The team's display in Oman is National Geographic's photo of the day. Beautiful location in Muscat.

Photo of the Day: Fly By Day

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Meet the new pilots for 2017. Read who Reds 2, 3 and 5 are here.
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As the New Year begins, enjoy this animated look-back at how the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team finished 2016 - the Red Arrows' nine-week tour of the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions. The video features cockpit footage, great images and facts and figures from the overseas deployment.
Thumbs-up to 2017: The first flying of the New Year got underway today. Several of the team’s jets took off from RAF Scampton on training sorties, as months of practice start for the latest season.
Congratulations to Squadron Leader Mike Ling, Red 10, who has been appointed MBE in the New Year Honours. He has been a pilot with the Red Arrows a record nine years during his Royal Air Force career.
.@RAFRed10: A tweak of an old classic of the Vortex from 2009 by @Fotomotion and one of my favourites. The wingtip vortices and the symmetry are ace
This week signalled the end of a Red Arrows career five key members of the 2016 team. We say thank you and goodbye to Reds 6, 8, 9 and the team's Senior and Junior Engineering Officers, who leave for new challenges. Read about their highlights with the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team: [ Tinyurl.com Link ]