Commentator, organiser and consultant Air, naval, military and defence displays and events
Commentator, organiser and consultant
Air, naval, military and defence displays and events
HMS Argyll ready to receive visitors in Chatham Historic Dockyard on the occasion of the inaugural Armed Forces Day on 27th June 2009. Ceremonies took place at some 200 other venues across the UK, that at Chatham being the year’s national or main event. While also the commentator, Roger Hoefling had 10 weeks and no budget in which to design and organise the display. The results comprised the “Red Arrows”; Hurricane, Spitfire and Lancaster of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight; Chinook; Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Parachute team; Sea King HAR3A and RNLI Lifeboat, culminating in a simulated attack by Royal Engineers’ Combat Support Boats on HMS Cattistock, Archer and Tracker underway in the River Medway, countered by Royal Marines in Offshore Raiding Craft, Lynx AH7 and Sea King HC4 supported by an Apache AH1. (Anthony Sutton) See MEDIA COVERAGE: ‘Navy News’ 9.2009.
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