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Are the RAF replacing Eurofighter Typhoon engines this weekend due to ash damage?

After news broke earlier this week that RAF Typhoon training missions had been halted due to suspected volcanic ash damage, the Ministry of Defence released their brief side of the story. (click to view original)

 

We have since heard that certain RAF Typhoon engines are being replaced this weekend due to damage from the volcanic ash.

Something doesn’t add up with this story – does Gordon Brown think this may be negative press during the election campaign? I guess we will just have to wait and see if the MOD come clean or prove that all the Typhoons have always been air worthy.

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