Command and Control: Comparative Case Studies for Joint Doctrine Publication ( JDP ) 3-40.
DE primary areas of health and safety Policy and Guidance Management of Asbestos Containing Materials ( ACM ) on the Defence Estate Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral. It can be amphibole asbestos which includes crocidolite (blue) and amosite (brown) asbestos, or serpentine asbestos which is chrysotile (white) asbestos. These are the three main types used in Great Britain.
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His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales has visited RAF Boulmer to gain an understanding of the integral role that the Station and the Air Surveillance and Control System (ASACS) Force will play in the Olympic air security operation.
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Prince Charles visits Olympics air security force at RAF Boulmer
It has been announced that RAF Scampton is to remain the base for the RAF Aerobatic Team (RAFAT) – also known as the Red Arrows – and the RAF’s Air Surveillance and Control System (ASACS).
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RAF units to remain at Scampton
Royal Navy personnel, who by using Sea King Airborne Surveillance and Control helicopters helped Army Air Corps (AAC) Apache helicopter launch strikes against Gaddafi’s forces in Libya, have returned home from operations.
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Royal Navy’s ‘eye in the sky’ home from Libya mission