Cobham - Aviation Services
(formally FR Aviation)
Electronic Warfare Training
|Dassault Falcon 20EW (G-RAFR) at low-level in mid-Wales in December 2008.
| Civilian Falcon 20EW (G-RAFR) operated by FR Aviation later Cobham Aviation Services which are utilised by the NATO Air Forces in the air warfare training role.
|Dassault Falcon 20 (G-FRAL) operated by Cobham in the EW role, it is equipped with four ALQ-167 Radar simulation / Radar jamming pods landing at Andravida, Greece in November 2016|
|Left to right: Falcon 20EW (G-FRAW) when operating out of RAF Coningsby in February 2012.|
|Left to right: Falcon 20EW (G-FRAW) on approach to RAF Coningsby in February 2016 and November 2015.
Falcon 20 (G-FRAL) operated by Cobham in the EW role, it is equipped with four ALQ-167 Radar simulation / Radar jamming pods at Andravida, Greece in November 2016.
Left to right: Falcon 20EW (G-FRAI) one of two operating from Decimomannu in Sardinia during exercise Spring Flag in May 2007.
Falcon 20EW (G-FRAW) was used by the Coalition forces throughout the the Spring Flag exercise in April 2008 in the electronic warfare and jamming role.
Falcon 20ECM (G-FRAS) operating out of Florennes during TLP 2006-4 in July 2006.
| For ELITE exercise in June 2007 two FR Aviation (FRA) Falcon 20EWs were used in thef Electronic Warfare (EW) to jam enemy systems and were based at Manching in Germany. The jamming affects air defence and pilot communications by rendering radar screens useless. Additionally noise jamming of radio communications was also used.
Left to right: FRA Falcon 20EWs (G-FRAD and G-FRAJ).
|On display during RIAT at Fairford|
|Left to right: Falcon 20EW cross-over (G-FRAS and G-FRBA in 2007 and G-FRAF in 2005)|