Eyes on the horizon for RAF's future (video)
AVM Gerry Mayhew, Assistant Chief of the Air Staff, discusses the future direction of the Royal Air Force in the lead-up to the Air and Space conference, which will take place 17-18 July 2019 in London.
The conference will focus on the following central themes: the utility of air and space power in sub-threshold and grey zone scenarios; emerging technology and innovation; developing people and collective approaches to multi-domain in operations.
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