RAF Tornado Air Strikes Against IS Extended By One Year

Posted on August 4, 2015

Mr Fallon said this second reprieve for the eight bombers – which are based in Cyprus – would ensure the RAF retained “the essential precision firepower, intelligence and surveillance” capabilities needed for operations against IS, also known as Isil.
He denied the extension was because there were no other RAF aircraft capable of flying the missions.

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