Lessons of Iraq: the Air Campaign
The Committee is to examine the UK contribution to the air campaign in the military conflict in Iraq. Evidence will be taken from the UK Air Contingent Commander. The session will cover issues such as the bombing campaign, close air support, reconnaissance, air to air refuelling and transport.
The session will take place at 10.30am on 5 November, in Committee Room 15 (room subject to change), with evidence from:
Air Marshal Glenn Torpy, UK Air Contingent Commander
Air Commodore Chris Nickols, Director, Combined Air Operations Centre
Written submissions on the Lessons of Iraq inquiry are still welcome and should be sent to the Clerk of the Committee, preferably in electronic format to http://www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/defence_committee.cfm. (Please include your full postal address together with the email).