2019 Royal Air Force photographic competition launches 'Peoples' choice' public vote

Vote for your favourite photo in the Royal Air Force’s annual photography competition, kindly sponsored by the Royal Air Forces Association.

Wednesday, 4th September 2019, 1:54 pm
Updated Wednesday, 4th September 2019, 2:54 pm

Judging for the 2019 Royal Air Force Photographic Competition recently took place at the Royal Air Force Museum Hendon. Over 1,000 photos and 30 videos were entered across the competition’s 13 categories, with the best 9 images being whittled down by 3 industry professional judges, before going head-to-head online to win the ‘Peoples’ Choice’ category. You can vote for your favourite here

So Many Snacks, So Little Time This image was captured by Cpl Lee Matthews whilst sat on the back of the ramp of a C130J Hercules.
Theres No Place Like Home Lexi and her father Flt Lt Simon Tofrik on the day of the 9-Ship Tornado flypasts over RAF College Cranwell and RAF Marham

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Blue Wake Cpl Sarah Partridge who joined the Royal Air Force in 2008 and was introduced to Wakeboarding in 2010 as part of a RAF led water-sports taster day
Concorde - The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows perform Concorde over the deep blue sea of Greece
Stargazer - A CH-47 Chinook helicopter rests at night during a training mission in the Arizona desert
Plugging The Gap - 27 Squadron Chinook helicopters based at RAF Odiham were deployed at short notice to help with flood relief in Lincolnshire that left homeowners in the town of Wainfleet without power
Goose - The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team; The Red Arrows, perform Goose on a still morning whilst fisherman watch on from their boat at Chalkoutsi, Greece
Now You Have My Attention - Following the hugely popular series of FINale flypasts over the UK in Feb 2019, nine Tornados line up to take part in farewell flypast over Marham and Cranwell