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“I expect Invincible Shield, our first ROK- US-UK combined air exercise, to not only enhance the air operations capability to protect peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula, but also to greatly contribute to the improvement of military cooperation with the Royal Air Force.”


At the conclusion of the exercise, aspecial open day was held to invite Korean defence industry and military leaders to view the Typhoon and Voyager aircraft and to meet air and ground crew.


Supported by aVoyager from RAF Brize Norton, the Typhoon were ‘trailed’ home to Lossiemouth via Brunei, Singapore, India, the Middle East and Greece.


Wing Commander Elliott concluded:


“The mission of RAF Lossiemouth is to sustain Quick Reaction Alert and to deliver global operations. We’re here on atrans- global deployment, practicing with our allies and partners in the Far East. There can be no better way of achieving the ‘Lossie’ mission than coming here.”


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