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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 ]
The Red Arrows' visit to China, as part of the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team's recent Asia-Pacific and Middle East tour, has won a national award. The team's public relations department was recognised by the Government Communication Service: [ Tinyurl.com Link ]
By far the most important visit of the year, visiting the patients and staff at GOSH. What an incredibly moving place @GreatOrmondSt
More images from the Red Arrows’ return to RAF Scampton and waiting families today, after completing a major two-month tour of 17 countries representing, supporting and promoting UK interests.
The Red Arrows have returned to the UK after completing a nine-week global tour, estimated to have been seen by one billion people. Pilots, engineers and support staff from the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team landed at RAF Scampton earlier today to be met by waiting families. The flight was the final leg of a major tour to the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions, including China. The...
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Red Arrows return from global tour promoting UK interests

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The red arrows return to RAF Scampton
The UK team - Not everyone critical to the success of the Red Arrows Asia-Pacific and Middle East tour travelled abroad. Three experienced operations and flight planning personnel worked around-the-clock at RAF Scampton to oversee the activities taking place many miles away. They plotted routes, helped gain diplomatic flight clearances, booked the jets into airfields and were crucial in...
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Great images, highlights and global coverage: Take a look at these pictures and video from the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team's Asia-Pacific and Middle East tour.

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Red Arrows complete 'Best of British' world tour - BBC News

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The jets are transiting through mainland Europe today, from Greece to France with a stop in Italy. It's the final full day of the Red Arrows' overseas tour with a return to the UK and RAF Scampton tomorrow.
The @rafredarrows photographers have an important role on the Squadron and complete tasks from technical photography, safety filming of all practices and displays to finding just the right angle to capture stunning imagery. Throughout the #RedArrowsTour they have supplied stunning images and video to worldwide media outlets and on social media.
Thank you Kuwait for such a warm welcome as part of the Red Arrows' Asia-Pacific and Middle East tour. The team will fly home to the UK in stages in the coming days.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, soar over the Kuwait Towers earlier today.
Today's display was the second time the Red Arrows had displayed in Kuwait - the first was in 2013.
The Goose paints red, white and blue above Kuwait City today, as the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team performs the final display of the Asia-Pacific and Middle East tour and of 2016.