On our Web TV, watch the interview with Captain Sébastien Nativel named “Babouc”, who discusses the Rafale’s missions overseas.
Aerial warfare is the primary weapon used in every military crisis or conflict of the past decades, from the Falklands to the Gulf War, from Bosnia to Kosovo, from Afghanistan to Libya, and more recently, from Mali to Iraq and Syria.
The decisive role of aerial warfare in modern war is illustrated by the choice made by states aiming to be at the forefront in the international arena.
The Rafale, with its “Omnirole” capabilities, is the right answer to the capability approach selected by an increasing number of governments.
It meets the need of ensuring all missions with a minimum number of aircraft.