RAF Typhoons and Voyager join NATO exercise in Estonia

Royal Air Force Typhoons from RAF Lossiemouth have joined the NATO-led Exercise Ramstein Alloy in the skies over Estonia.

The large-scale air exercise trains the quick reaction forces that safeguard the skies in the region and acts as an opportunity to integrate, plan and execute a multinational exercise, demonstrating NATO airpower in the process.

Supported by a Voyager air-to-air refueller from RAF Brize Norton, the RAF flew with Finnish Air Force F/A-18s, German Typhoon and Belgian F-16s during the exercise, which also saw French, Spanish, Czech and Swedish fast jets participate.

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