We looked inside some of the tweets by @RoyalAirForce and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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801. in category Governmental
On the 72nd birthday of @NHSuk - est #OTD in 1948, providing 1st class care to our great nation despite the challenges of #COVID19. We’ll be saying #ThankYouTogether at 5pm 👏🏼 & a special thanks to those supporting us whilst still putting their hours in with the #NHS #OneTeam https://t.co/09MRjYk3a6
Be all you can be. Meet Flt Lt Sasha Petersen! Sasha was the first Kazakhstan-born officer to graduate from RAF Cranwell. A top linguist, a fitness trainer, a Royal Society of Medicine Award winner - and a RAF nurse - ready to give care where others cannot go! #NoOrdinaryJob 👏👏 https://t.co/wTH5z7wKGk
#OTD in 1940 the only Naval VC won in the #BattleofBritain – and only one awarded for actions in UK – was earned by anti-aircraft gunner LS Jack Mantle, killed by Stukas attacking HMS Foylebank in Portland Harbour. 🔗 Read more at: https://t.co/6g83uc2D7k https://t.co/lCgpqAH7cN
80 years ago LS Jack Mantle lost his life defending his ship from air attack, in the early days of the Battle of Britain. His actions earned him the Victoria Cross. This year we'll be commemorating the @RoyalNavy's & the @BritishArmy's role in the Battle. #DetectAndDefend https://t.co/k5qHjvfA1F