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MFC Survival team up with the Red Arrows

MFC Survival Ltd : 05 March, 2007  (New Product)
MFC Survival has recently become a supporter of the Red Arrows with a donation of a much needed inflatable shelter for their exhibitions. The shelter will be used during displays all over the world.
The 2007 Red Arrows team kindly invited MFC Survival to RAF Scampton to visit the Squadron in December and experience at first hand, a typical training day for the team. After sitting in on a Red Arrows briefing Philip Jones, Commercial Director of MFC Survival and his colleagues watched a flying practice by the new 2007 Red Arrows team. Philip and his team were involved in the day's events as much as possible by their hosts and enjoyed lunch with the pilots.

Acknowledged as one of the world's premier aerobatic teams, The Red Arrows are the public face of the Royal Air Force. The Red Arrows exist to demonstrate the professional excellence of the RAF and promote recruitment to the RAF. The Team contributes to Defence Diplomacy, and supports wider British interests through the promotion of British industry overseas. The Hawk aircraft flown by the Team and most of its components are all British made. Thus during overseas tours The Red Arrows demonstrate both British skill and British technology to an enormous number of people each year. As a British company, MFC Survival is proud to be associated with the Red Arrows team.

Philip Jones is pictured receiving a framed Red Arrows picture from Red One, Squadron Leader Jas Hawker.
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