Royal Netherlands Air Force
In this section you can find all the information about the Royal Netherlands Air Force in the 21st century almost hundred years after its founding in 1913.
Read all about the current types the RNLAF operates, the missions it conducts and see all individual helicopters and planes in our extensive image galleries.
Royal Air Force
Royal Air Force’s role, in conjunction with the Defence organisations, is to deliver the UK Defence Vision. In the constant changing worldorder the RAF further develops an agile, adaptable and capable expeditionary air power contribution to the UK's overall Defence capability, which takes full account of emerging threats, concepts and technologies.
Royal Navy - Fleet Air Arm
The Fleet Air Arm is the air component of the Royal Navy. Its helicopters and fixed wing aircraft provide the Royal Navy with a multi-role airborne combat capability able to operate independently at short notice in all environments, both day and night, over land and sea.
Army Air Corps
The Army Air Corps is the smallest of the three air arms in the UK Military. Its fleet of helicopters makes it no less potent. Providing firepower from the skies, it has a unique role to play on the modern battlefield by delivering hard-hitting support to ground forces.
Swiss Air Force
The Swiss Air Force is the spearhead of the Swiss Armed Forces for the third dimension. They protect the Swiss airspace in support of the armed forces and population and carry out air transports both at home and abroad partly within the context of civil affairs support and peace-keeping operations.
United States Air Forces in Europe
The mission of the United States Air Forces in Europe is to be the air component for the U.S. European Command. As part of this mission, it trains and equips USAF units pledged to NATO. The USAFE plans, conducts, controls, coordinates and supports air and space operations in Europe, parts of Asia and Africa to achieve U.S. national and NATO objectives based on taskings by the U.S. EUCOM commander.