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RAF Search and Rescue Force
Kingdom, Cyprus and the Falkland Islands. The Search and Rescue Force was established in 1986 from the helicopter elements of the RAF Marine Branch which
Royal Air Force
2". RAF. Archived from the original on 1 January 2018. Retrieved 31 December 2017. "RAF Search and Rescue Force Disbandment Parade". Royal Air Force. 18
RAF Lossiemouth
government announced its intentions to privatise the RAF Search and Rescue Force (the search and rescue (SAR) helicopter service). A ten-year contract worth
Royal Air Force Marine Branch
branch of the Royal Air Force (RAF) which operated watercraft in support of RAF operations. Just days after the creation of the RAF itself, the Marine Craft
No. 84 Squadron RAF
No. 84 Squadron of the Royal Air Force is at present a Search and Rescue Squadron based at RAF Akrotiri, it uses the Bell Griffin HAR.2 helicopter. It
RAF Boulmer
(Search and Rescue) role. In 1940 a decoy airfield was set up near the village of Boulmer to divert German attacks from nearby Royal Air Force (RAF) airfields
community Air Sea Rescue Services, the British Second World War air sea rescue organisation, later renamed the RAF Search and Rescue Force Amalgamated Society
56th Rescue Squadron
56th Rescue Squadron is part of the 31st Fighter Wing, Aviano Air Base, Italy. The squadron was previously assigned to the 48th Fighter Wing at RAF Lakenheath
History of Royal Navy Helicopter Search and Rescue
both the RAF and the Navy will surrender the civilian SAR role to contractors operating on behalf of the Coastguard. Royal Navy Search and Rescue had been
Search and Rescue Training Unit
The Search and Rescue Training Unit (SARTU) of the Royal Air Force is located on the southern side of RAF Valley on the Isle of Anglesey, Wales. SARTU