Well said Sir!
This was published in the Northern Scot by a good friend it is worth a read. I will be blogging on the 30/31 st of March to say Farewell to the RAF Lossiemouth Sea Kings on the 1 st of April
RAF Search & Rescue is slipping into oblivion without a passing thought or a thank you
It was a suitable tribute that the country remembered and said thank you all the servicemen and women for their part in the Afghanistan campaign in St Pauls Cathedral; however, 31st March 2015 marks the start of the end of Royal Air Force Search and Rescue (SAR) within the UK, a proud 74 year record.
RAF Search and Rescue developed during wartime with the aim of rescuing downed airmen and has expanded over the years to cover all aspects of aviation and many aspects of sea and land rescue ever since, rescuing…
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