The coming year is likely to be time of change for the U.K.’s military services—on land and in the air—with the withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan, the introduction of new equipment and a significant defense review slated after the general election in 2015. Leading the air arm through this period will be Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford who has led the Royal Air Force (RAF) since July 2013. In an interview with London Bureau Chief Tony Osborne, Pulford discusses some ...

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