Storm Wings aerobatic team leave for air show in Great Britain

The Croatian Air Force aerobatic team "Storm Wings" took off from Zagreb's Pleso airport for the international military aerobatic meeting Royal International Air Tatoo (RIAT), to be held at Fairford air base in Great Britain on July 9-10.

At the world's biggest air show, the Croatian Air Force will also present its Mi-171Sh helicopter, which is part of its 91st air base.

Croatia is the 56th country whose air force has been given the opportunity to present itself at the event.

The group's commander, Colonel Damir Barisic, said that of the group's 122 official stunts, 41 were done outside Croatia, in 13 different countries.

Last update: Thu, 07/07/2016 - 13:47
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