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More Tornados to join Iraq mission says Cameron on visit to Cyprus airbase
British PM flies to Cyprus in move that reveals extent to which he recognises Isis campaign is likely to take time David Cameron flew on Thursday night to the RAF base in Akrotiri, Cyprus, from which British pilots are launching air strikes against Islamic State (Isis) targets in Iraq, announcing he was to send a further two Tornado GR4 planes to supplement the six currently operating. The prime ...(10/2/2014 3:00:08 PM)
RAF: UK stepping up air strikes against Islamic State
Group Captain Chaz Kennett from RAF Akrotiri says stepping up air strikes in Iraq demonstrates that "the UK will play its part in standing against Isil"(10/1/2014 2:51:23 PM)
PM thanks British troops for fight against 'barbaric' IS
David Cameron has travelled to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus. Credit: PA Wire Speaking at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, Mr Cameron said: "Less than a week into combat operations in Iraq, I wanted to come here to thank our troops for the vital work they're doing to defeat these barbaric ISIL terrorists who threaten security not just in Iraq, Syria and the region but on the streets of Britain too."(10/2/2014 3:38:37 PM)
PM At Cyprus Base As More Jets Join IS Fight
Britain will expand its military contribution to the fight against Islamic State, the Prime Minister has announced.(10/2/2014 5:09:47 PM)
PM in surprise visit to Cyprus base
David Cameron announced the deployment of two more RAF Tornado fighter bombers to join the attacks on Islamic State (IS) militants as he made a surprise visit to the base where they are operating.(10/2/2014 8:17:00 PM)
British warplanes destroy IS targets in Iraq
LIMASSOL, Cyprus (AP) — British Royal Air Force warplanes flying out of a UK air base on Cyprus have destroyed four Islamic State group targets in Iraq over the last two days, the base commander said Wednesday.(10/1/2014 1:09:45 PM)
Two more British Tornado jets join the fight against Islamic State
BRITAIN is sending two more Tornado jets to beef up its force against Islamic State fanatics, David Cameron revealed.(10/2/2014 5:53:06 PM)
Two more British jets to join in IS strikes: Cameron
London (AFP) - Britain will send two more fighter jets to join in strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq, bringing the total to eight, Prime Minister David Cameron announced on Thursday.(10/2/2014 5:30:44 PM)
PM increases air support in fight against IS militants
Two more British Tornados will be sent to RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus. Credit: MoD Prime Minister David Cameron has arrived in Cyprus to meet British troops who have been involved in the attacks against Islamic State militants in Iraq.(10/2/2014 3:39:04 PM)
RAF Tornado squadron in ISIS airstrikes was due to be disbanded
The 102-year old No II Squadron, which had been due to be disbanded in April, will be reprieved with the six Tornados flying daily sorties focused on fighters and their military hardware.(10/2/2014 6:12:55 PM)
Source: Yahoo