For the first time since World War II, fighter planes are expected to be located near civil runways.
The Daily Express reports that Britain has prepared to place combat aircraft on civilian runways in response to Ukraine’s conflict. It was reported by people familiar with this matter.
The dispersing of planes across the country will help the Royal Air Force’s rapid-response units survive attacks on their bases, the newspaper said.
Agile Combat Employment (ACE), originally intended to be used for hotspots abroad, like the Indo-Pacific, Middle East and Eastern Europe.
The report states that a test will be held next month with Eurofighter Typhoon fighters and F-35 aircraft fighters, both based in Norfolk and Lincolnshire. “scattered in small groups and based discreetly”There are many regional airports that have suitable runways.
Other jets and larger aircraft will be based in different areas in times of “imminent crisis,” the newspaper said.
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Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of Britain, stated last month that Britain would increase defense spending by 2.5% of GDP by 2030 in order to be able to adapt. “a more dangerous and more competitive world.”
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