ⓘ Air Fighting Development Unit

                                     

ⓘ Air Fighting Development Unit

The Air Fighting Development Unit was an air technical intelligence part of the Royal Air Force which developed operational tactics and tested captured enemy aircraft. It was based at Royal Air Force Stations at Northolt, Duxford and Wittering.

Combat unit the development of the air was controlled by a team of fighters of the air force and air Ministry, and comparative trials and to develop and implement effective tactics against the enemy. Also exchange with AFDU Wittering was a naval combat unit for the development of air.

These units were also tasked to conduct a series of tests and assessments on a wide range of fighter aircraft, modification of aircraft and new equipment before commissioning of the allies.

Units were shipped to the Central development of a fighter aircraft and moved to RAF Tangmere in 1945.

                                     
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