Air International 2019-07
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M.Ayton - Next-generation airlift /Military/
RAF engineers work on the flight deck of Atlas C1 ZM411 at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus
Atlas C1 ZM414 landing on the beach at Pembrey Sands, Carmarthenshire, West Wales during natural surface operations' trials on December 10, 2018.
The first three of eight 1-tonne CDS containers begin their descent to mother earth after extraction from Atlas C1 ZM419 over a drop zone at Salisbury Plain during a trials flight on November 2, 2018.
Ultimate airdrop: 24 CDS containers drop from an Atlas C1 over Salisbury Plain on November 6, 2018. This was one of the biggest ever air-dropped loads from any type of UK aircraft on record.
A Diamond DA40 chase plane was used to capture high-speed footage of CDS container extraction from the Atlas C1.
The cargo load trainer outside 24 Squadron's building at Brize.
Alpha Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, disembark Atlas C1 ZM414 on arrival at Beef Island Airport in the British Virgin Islands.
The RAF's front-line Atlas C1 unit, 70 Squadron, marked its centenary in 2016 by applying a full-colour squadron badge on the tail of ZM406.
Twelve 1-tonne containers parachute to mother earth from an Atlas C1 during a CDS extraction trial mission over a drop zone at Salisbury Plain last November.
Cargo handlers from Beef Island Airport unload supplies from Atlas C1 ZM414 during hurricane relief operations in September 2017.
A flight deck shot of an Atlas C1 during a flypast over Brussels, Belgium, for a NATO summit on the May 25, 2017.
A Diamond DA40 chase plane was used to capture high-speed footage of CDS container extraction from the Atlas C1.