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RIAT

RIAT 2022

Fairford, Gloucestershire UK

July 15, 2022 - July 17, 2022

The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) is returning in 2022 with a special celebration to mark the U.S. Air Force's 75th Anniversary as well as a look to the future with an operational theme of Training the Next Generation Air Force.

RIAT has a global reputation for delivering the world’s most spectacular showcase of modern military aviation and providing unique engagement opportunities for the world’s air forces to meet annually. The global Coronavirus Pandemic prevented celebrating RIAT’s 50th Anniversary to the full effect in 2021, but the event is on to the next half-century with 150,000 visitors expected.

The Flying Displays

The Flying Displays
  • Friday, July 15 | 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, July 16 | 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Sunday, July 17 | 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Joint All-Domain Command and Control

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UK Community/Partnership Featured News

L3Harris marks 100 years of support for UK's defence and security needs.

Press release | 09. 14. 2021

L3Harris Marks 100 Years in UK with Commitments to Armed Forces Community and Defence and Security Capabilities

L3Harris Technologies marked 100 years of support for the United Kingdom’s defence and security needs by signing the Armed Forces Covenant, a significant commitment to members of the armed forces community.

L3Harris marks 100 years of support for UK's defence and security needs.

Press release | 09. 14. 2021

L3Harris Marks 100 Years in UK with Commitments to Armed Forces Community and Defence and Security Capabilities

L3Harris technologies at sea celebrating 100 years in the UK

Editorial | 09. 06. 2021

L3Harris Celebrates 100 Years in the UK

ISR Featured News

Cobra Ball Celebrating 60 Years

Editorial | 02. 28. 2022

Cobra Ball Celebrates 60 Years

March 2022, the RC-135S Cobra Ball platform celebrates 60 years of mission service in the U.S Air Force fleet. These long-serving aircraft were originally modified from C-135 platforms in Greenville, Texas by the company that today is L3Harris. This fleet has been regularly maintained and modified by L3Harris to keep pace with continuously changing mission and global navigation requirements and continues serving today.

Cobra Ball Celebrating 60 Years

Editorial | 02. 28. 2022

Cobra Ball Celebrates 60 Years

The Mission of the U.S. Air Force’s 55th Wing

Editorial | 02. 10. 2022

Decades of Supporting the U.S. Air Force’s 55th Wing Mission

U.S. Army Airborne Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare System (ARES) completes first flight from L3Harris Technologies' Waco, Texas aircraft modification facility.

Trade Release | 08. 27. 2021

L3Harris Completes First Flight of Next-Generation Army ISR Solution

Advancing US Army Airborne ISR Capabilities with ARES and HADES

Editorial | 10. 06. 2021

Advancing US Army Airborne ISR Capabilities with ARES and HADES

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Editorial | 12. 15. 2021

Artificial Intelligence – Transforming the World as We Know it

Resources

  • RC-135 Data Sheet
    RC-135 Data Sheet
  • Olympia Data Sheet
    Olympia Data Sheet
  • RASISR™ Data Sheet
    RASISR™ SIGINT Data Sheet
  • Rio™ Grande COMINT System Data Sheet
    Rio™ Grande COMINT System Data Sheet
  • Sky Warden™ Data Sheet
    Sky Warden™ Data Sheet
  • SOAR™ Data Sheet
    SOAR™ Data Sheet