Chief Air Operations Force combat alert "huge" demand for resources is already feeling the strain of cutsRAF
opportunity to respond to future emergencies will be threatened if the mission in Libya continues beyond the summer, the chief operating officer of the Air Force fighter has warned.
In a briefing paper for politicians, Air Chief Marshal Sir Simon Bryant operations in Afghanistan and Libya were the placement of a "huge" demand for resources and morale of the left "fragile "in many areas," hot "that the cuts seem to undermine the efforts of the advocacy coalition crews.
The document, obtained by the Daily Telegraph, was presented to members last month to head the Royal Navy, Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope, questioned the sustainability of current operations. The First Sea Lord, who suggested that the government would take "tough decisions" on the levels of force, if the mission of Libya lasted more than six months later was reprimanded by David Cameron.
reference to the strategic defense of last year and the review of safety, added: "The impact of SRH continues to undermine the sense of being valued are concerned about the lack of strategic direction is limited confidence in the. senior executives. "
Armed Liberal Democrat Nick Harvey insisted that the RAF had "the necessary resources to carry out operations. The possibility of layoffs, of course, affect any organization, but always impressed by the professionalism and commitment shown by our people and I know he will meet any challenge, "he said.
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