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Watch: How RAF Typhoons Have Policed The Skies Against Russian Aggression

The Royal Air Force aircraft are set to leave Romania after four months of patrolling the Black Sea on Operation Biloxi.

Royal Air Force Typhoons are set to leave Romania after four months of patrolling the Black Sea.

Operation Biloxi is the RAF's Black Sea air policing mission, part of a wider NATO operation, and is designed to deter Russian aggression.

121 Expeditionary Air Wing has been flying Typhoon jets in the region for the last four months.

The RAF team in Romania will be leaving soon but will be fulfilling a similar role as part of the Quick Reaction Alert based at RAF Lossiemouth, Scotland.