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RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire is one of two RAF Quick Reaction Alert (QRA) Stations which protect UK airspace (RAF Lossiemouth is the other).
RAF Coningsby is home to two frontline, combat-ready squadrons and is the training station for Typhoon pilots.
Almost 3,000 Service Personnel, Civil Servants, and contractors work at RAF Coningsby.
Group Captain Mark Flewin took command of RAF Coningsby in October 2018. Prior to this he held a post at the UK Permanent Joint HQ at Northwood.
Group Captain Flewin began his career on Jaguar aircraft and has served at Coningsby on two previous occasions, flying Typhoon aircraft with 3 Fighter and XI Squadron.
A Royal Air Force Coningsby airman is targeting the Winter Olympics 2022 in Beijing, after successfully competing in the Luge event at the British Championships.
Three servicemen from RAF Coningsby will be able to pursue their dream of learning to fly following their success in the Junior Ranks Pilot Scholarship Scheme.
RAF Coningsby was built just before World War Two and became the home of 617 Squadron (known as the Dambusters) during the second half of the war.
Later, it was the base for the Vulcan bomber.
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