RAF Air Traffic Control Operative

RAF Air Traffic Control Operative

Role DescriptionEdit

By using radar and radio communications, an Air Traffic Controller is responsible for managing the flow of RAF aircraft in busy airspace at home and on operations. By working closely with military and civilian pilots and other air traffic control operators, they ensure everyone gets to their destinations safely. Controllers are quick thinking, good at problem solving and are always alert to potential threats to flight safety.



H.M. Armed Forces Series 3 Blind Bags

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