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    Hi, I've recently passed my AST and have now booked my interview! Just wondering if anyone has any advice on how much detail I need to go into about NATO and the bases during my interview? I can list all the overseas bases and many of the U.K. ones but I'm just unsure how much detail I'll be expected to go into or if it's just a case of knowing the names/where they are? Thanks a lot!
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    NATO - When and why was NATO formed? how many members? List some. In terms of overseas bases that's great that you know them all, just make sure you know what we do there and why we are there. They may or may not go in depth about this. Make sure you know all the main bases and their locations in the UK, again what is the base used for/what type of aircraft do we have there? Also maybe worth having a look at a couple of future aircraft the RAF may be getting in case they ask this.

    Also, make sure you know your own trade inside out.
 
 
 
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