90 Signals Unit falls under the Support Force. It was formed on the 1st April 2006 bringing together existing Air Combat Service Support Units charged with communications related tasks; this includes:
The perform communications tasks to prepare, deploy, sustain and recover information services for multi-domain operations and exercises. This secures Air’s cyber terrain and digital services to improve operational and corporate effectiveness with the use of technology.
To enable Air and Space power by generating freedom of action and mission assurance in cyberspace.
To deliver information advantage for the Next Generation Royal Air Force.
90 Signals Unit, RAF Leeming, Northallerton, DL7 9NJ.
GROUP CAPTAIN MARTIN BROCKIE MA MENG CENG ACGI RAF
Group Captain Brockie was commissioned into the Royal Air Force Engineer Branch in April 2004 after gaining a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London. He has undertaken a range of appointments in his career including the Permanent Joint Headquarters, Headquarters Number 1 Group and Allied Air Command Ramstein. He was promoted to Group Captain in 2018 and arrived at 90 Signals Unit from the post of Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff J6 Operations Broader Middle East and Asia, Permanent Joint Headquarters.