RAF to move Eurofighter Typhoon and F-35 Lightning II fighter jets to regional airports for first time since World War II

For the first time since 1939, the UK will send aircraft from air bases to regional airports in the United

Kingdoms to withdraw combat aircraft from a potential strike.

What is known

Airlift of Eurofighter Typhoon andThe F-35 Lightning II is being carried out in accordance with the Agile Combat Employment plan against the backdrop of Russian military aggression against Ukraine. The plan has been in development for over a year to respond to possible conflicts in the Middle East, NATO's eastern flank and the Indo-Pacific region.

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Combat aircraft of the Royal Air ForceThe UK will travel to regional airports for the first time since World War II. The Agile Combat Employment plan provides for the provision of airports with the fuel and equipment needed to service aircraft. In addition, the negotiations should include financial incentives for the private sector.

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