The Prince of Wales has arrived at RAF Coningsby to find out about the work needed to keep Typhoon jets aloft – and to open a new boxing club.
illiam visits the lincolnshire raf base in his capacity as honorary air commander at raf coningsby.
The former RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot arrived by helicopter and was greeted by Group Captain Billy Cooper, the base commander.
During the visit, William will spend time at the Air Traffic Control Center to learn about Project Marshall, a multi-billion dollar equipment upgrade program for air traffic control radar services in Lincolnshire.
On show will be new technologies used by ground crews, from exoskeletons to virtual reality headsets, to make maintenance more efficient on Typhoon jets flown by two Typhoon squadrons based at RAF Coningsby can.
The Prince will also visit and officially open the new RAF Coningsby Boxing Club in the heart of the base.
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