RAF Yearbook

RAF Yearbook

Postby LN Strike Eagle on Wed 18 May 2011, 11:09 am

RAF Yearbook Offers Inside View

The RAF's rapid initial response to the recent Libyan Crisis and its continuing role in Operation Ellamy is uncovered in the 2011 Royal Air Force Yearbook.

The RAF's official yearbook also offers an insider's view of operations at Camp Bastion along with special reports and photos from the frontline at Kandahar airfield in Afghanistan's Helmand Province.

Featuring articles by some of aviation's most respected writers, the RAF Yearbook gives a fascinating insight into behind-the-scenes RAF operations, deployments as well as the new technology that is set to take the Service into the future. From the state-of-the-art remotely-piloted Taranis aircraft to the RAF's new airlifter, the A400M, readers will be able to learn all about the Royal Air Force's increased capability in the 21st century and beyond.

As well as looking forward, the RAF Yearbook 2011 celebrates important milestones such as the Spitfire's 75th anniversary and the 70th anniversary of both the Air Cadets and the RAF Search and Rescue Force with a series of fascinating, in-depth articles.

With the RAF Yearbook 2011 comes a free eight-page pull-out colour supplement telling the story of the RAF's involvement in the UK's most exciting military airshow - the Royal International Air Tattoo - during the past 40 years and how the airshow has contributed to UK Defence Diplomacy since 1971.

The official RAF Yearbook 2011 is now on sale at WHSmith, Tesco and all good newsagents, priced £4.99. It can also be purchased from the Air Tattoo Shop.

The yearbook, which is published by the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust Enterprises, helps raise money for the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust. For details about the charity, visit the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust website.

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Re: RAF Yearbook

Postby Unknown74 on Wed 18 May 2011, 12:22 pm

Gotta say have been collecting the RAF Yearbooks since about 1987/1988 and the first thing that strikes you (other than a Tornado or a Typhoon etc) is the fantastic artwork on the front cover. Also must say they are the most informative and interesting Aviation publications I read, other than the RAF Review of the Year that appears near Christmas.

Also are we likely to see the RAF Salute Publication which has been around the last couple of Years?

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