Qatar's peacekeeping aircraft win First Position in UK Royal Air Show
July 15 2019 10:46 PM
Members of the Air Transport pavilion pose for a photo
Members of the Air Transport pavilion pose for a photo


Qatar's peacekeeping aircraft, currently participating in the Royal Air Show at the UK's Yeovilton Air Force, have won the first position for the best fixed aircraft.
The Qatari Air Force is participating in the exhibition with strategic transport aircraft C17/Globe Master and C-130/J-30 Super Hercules.

The participation was part of the Royal Air International/RNAS International Day. The participating countries showed their air capabilities, as well as live air shows and fixed ground displays of aircraft, fighters and automatic simulators of all participating countries.
Members of the Air Transport pavilion, including pilots and organisers, provided information to attendees and visitors about aircraft characteristics, cargo and capabilities, as well as the pavilion's capabilities and functions.
Qatar participates in the Resolute Support (non-combat operations) in Afghanistan through strategic transport planes "C17" and "C130J" under the command of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) and relief to the affected areas of brotherly and friendly countries around the world, medical evacuations and relief air support in areas of disasters, earthquakes, aerial projection of paratroopers and heavy equipment in the theater. 

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