March 10 2014 Latest news:
RAF Marham played host to personnel from the French air force as they took part in training sorties.
Norfolk’s great escape from the recent storms has resulted in a boom of military aircraft in the county ahead of Afghanistan missions, according to an RAF chief.
A young flying officer who received 31 Squadron’s current standard in 1986 returned to RAF Marham as an air marshal to present the squadron’s new standard.
There was not a spare space as hundreds lined the streets to welcome home military personnel who have recently returned from Afghanistan.
A Norfolk Tornado squadron is set to take its turn providing air support to allied ground troops in Afghanistan.