The Few Become Fewer

I'm tempted to write to Defense Minister, Geoff Hoon and offer to lend the dwindling RAF the little Cessna I fly. With each year that passes, the few are becoming fewer and with an RAF friend telling me that even flying time is restricted or that a third of the aircraft don't work at any one time; half if they happen to be Harriers, I'll soon have more flying time than the Red Arrows, who will soon find themselves as the singular, Red Arrow.



Of course as Al Qaeda doesn't have an air force, who needs one anymore? Obviously not us or The Black Watch or the Navy or even the Air Cadets.


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