Britain Air Force Nations // North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

OVERVIEW The Royal Air Force (RAF) merged its two commands -- the Strike Command and Personnel and Training Command -- on April 1, 2007. The new structure has just one command, the RAF Air Command. Logistics support for British services is still commanded by the unified Defense Logistics Organization. The Air Command oversees three operational groups and nine expeditionary air wings: No. 1 (Air Combat) Group operates the RAF's combat jets; No. 2 (Combat Support) Group controls the...


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