The following link is an RAF Airman’s blog (WordPress).

 

http://rafairman.wordpress.com/

 

 

 

British Army Blog (WordPress)

Posted: July 12, 2011 in British Army

This is the link for the Official British Army blog on WordPress.

http://britisharmy.wordpress.com/

The blog contains posts from the UK and in Afghanistan.  Updates on current Operations and how we are getting on over there are shown on here. Also, with new Recruits undergoing their Phase 1 Training, it is great to know how they are getting on.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK0JWZx0lmw

Javelin Missile Training Exercise by Royal Marines Commando.

Navy Air Corps

Posted: January 20, 2011 in Royal Navy

The Navy Air Corps has a wide selection of carriers and aircraft. Here are just a few of the aircraft the Navy Air Corps has.

These are just a few of the Aircraft and Carriers the Navy Air Corps has. Shown here are the Merlin, Harrier and HMS Invincible RO5.

These are a few of the examples of what weapons the British Army use currently in Afghanistan. Shown here are the Combat Shotgun, SA80 A2 L85, Minimi LMG, and the Javelin AT.

Poppy Appeal

Posted: January 18, 2011 in British Army, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy

These are the poppies growing in Flanders Field. The poppies represent the blood shed on the field when the soldiers were fighting in the trenches in the First World War.

Lancaster Bomber

Posted: January 18, 2011 in Royal Air Force

This is the Lancaster Bomber. Used in the Second World War. Made in Lancaster. Discontinued in modern warfare since 1960. (4 French Squadrons flown the last Lancasters given to them by the British.)