Speaking in Tenerife, Squadron Leader Andy Parker said: "September 2015 we came out to this exact facility for our first overseas training camp in, I believe it was ten years.
"So it has gone full circle, and the development along the way has been phenomenal - not only with the boxers but the coaches, the structure of training, and it does help when you have got such experienced boxers like we have out in this training camp.
"I honestly believe if the preparations go smoothly, we will definitely be in the running for three or four wins on UK Armed Forces Championship finals night."
Senior Aircraftman Ricki Lyon may well be one of those boxers that the coaches will be looking to for victory on 28 March.
The bantamweight fighter was impressive when he won both in 2015 and 2018.
Corporal Nathan Hall said: "I know I have got the skill, got the ability to win the UKAFs.
"It is just whether being out of boxing or my training for a little bit - just going to see how this camp goes.
"I am really pushing for the UKAFs this year - I will be boxing at 69 kilos, so yeah depending on this camp, depending on whether I am in, so I am going to be looking to be impressing the coaches and impress for myself as well, work hard and do the job.
"I think every boxer knows when they are ready or not.
"You all know deep down when you get in that ring whether you could have done more, whether you could have done less in the build up to it.
"So I think every boxer knows on prep whether they are ready or not, and I am looking for that moment this week and hopefully get the UKAF at the end of March."
The RAF they face off against the Royal Navy and the Army on March 28.