The Royal Air Force is Transporting Typhoon and F-35 Lightning II Fighters to Regional Airports for the First Time since World War II

  • Typhoon Fighter Jet
  • F-35 Lightning II Fighter Jet

This is the first time since 1939 that Britain will be sending aircraft from air bases to regional airports in order to withdraw combat aircraft from a potential strike.

The Agile Combat Employment plan, which involves the redeployment of Typhoon and F-35 Lightning II planes in response to Russian military aggression against Ukraine, is now underway.

To address any potential conflagrations in the Near East, NATO’s eastern flank, and the Indo-Pacific, the plan has been in development for more than a year.

The Agile Combat Employment plan provides airports with the fuel and equipment they need for aircraft maintenance.


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