An 11 Squadron Typhoon aircraft comes into land after a sortie at Royal Air Force Coningsby in Lincolnshire. Such sorties enable front line Typhoon pilots to maintain their high standard of flying and combat skills. The Typhoon force at Coningsby maintains Britain's Quick Reaction Alert, ready to launch in just a few minutes to intercept hostile or suspicious aircraft.
IWM caption : A Bristol Blenheim Mark IV of No. 11 Squadron RAF, takes off from Racecourse airfield, Colombo, Ceylon. While in Ceylon, the Squadron took part in the attack on the Japanese carrier force which attacked the island in April
RAF No 11 Squadron Typhoon at Green Flag, USA. The Typhoon is loaded with enhanced paveway 2 bombs, litening 111 designater pod and drop tanks. No 11 Squadron has detached to Nellis Air Force base in the Nevada desert for this exercise in the US.