Second RAF P-8A Poseidon lands at Kinloss Barracks
The RAF received the second of nine Boeing P-8A Poseidon ISR aircraft which landed at Kinloss Barracks in Scotland on 13 March.
The ‘City of Elgin’ aircraft will operate out of nearby RAF Lossiemouth, initially with 120 Squadron but later also with 201 Squadron and 54 Squadron.
The first P-8A, the ‘Pride of Moray’, arrived at RAF Lossiemouth on 4 February.
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