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Two Typhoon Fighters from 3 (Fighter) Squadron Royal Air Force have arrived in Estonia to conduct a training mission. The jets were greeted upon their arrival by the Minster for Armed Forces Mark Lancaster. The Typhoon Jets arrived to conduct Air Land integration training with the British Army Battlegroup currently deployed in ...



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