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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

British Air Force demonstrates capability of RPAS for force protection at Air Bases

British Air Force, or To be more precise the Royal Air Force (RAF), successfully demonstrated a capability of Remotely Piloted Air Systems (RPAS) to enhance Force Protection at Air Bases.

According to a statement, Force Protection (FP) Force personnel from the FP Centre at RAF Honington recently carried out an Operational Capability Demonstration (OCD) utilising RPAS to enhance Force Protection at RAF Akrotiri.

The FP Centre’s RPAS Team have been issued with a provisional Categorisation for Class 1(b) MIL RPAS to operate on all RAF Units day and night.  In doing so they are one of the 1st in Defence to be authorised for operation in this class.


“The RPAS is an excellent rapidly deployable capability for the FP Force providing enhanced FP for an airbase and its assets,” said operations officer No. 34 Sqn RAF Regiment, Flight Leitenant Tom Wardel.

An RAF Police dog handler and members of 34 Squadron RAF Regiment were involved in the trial as they are currently providing Force Protection support to RAF Akrotiri. The RPAS provides the Quick Reaction Force (QRF) commander with a live picture of the battlespace and incident, vastly improving his situational awareness before he briefs his section to move and restrain the intruder. This positive identification of an individual or threat can swiftly bring an incident to a close, allowing the air commander to maintain air operations unhindered.

Warrant Officer Galloway said: “RAF Akrotiri was a challenging Complex Air and Ground Environment to operate a new system within, however, we perfectly demonstrated how using novel technologies can have a direct impact as Force Multipliers”

The RPAS team will now complete a number of OCDs on UK RAF Stations.

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