Ep 366: Red Arrows

Ep 366: Red Arrows

While on a recent road trip north Al and James were offered the chance to watch the Red Arrows’ final training session before their summer season. Squadron Leader Adam Collins – Red 10 – talks the boys through the display and explains the history of the team.

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