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Access-all-areas documentary series focusing on the servicemen and women who work at the biggest and busiest military airbase in the UK. This opening episode focuses on the kind of critical cargo that Brize Norton transports on a daily basis, including a helicopter to Camp Bastion in Afghanistan and a highly infectious patient.
|S01E01||Critical Cargo||21/11/2013||Behind the scenes at the biggest and busiest military airbase in the UK, shedding light on the work and lives of its servicemen and women. The series begins with a look at the different critical cargo the compound transports on a daily basis, including a helicopter travelling to Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.|
|S01E02||Highs and Lows||28/11/2013||Trainee cadets feel the pressure when they undertake the gruelling fast rope course, a skill that is crucial if a helicopter is unable to touch down in hostile territory, and aspiring paratroopers make a daring low-level jump in a bid to earn their wings. Staff members also take part in a mass training exercise to commemorate the Battle of Arnhem, before gathering for a repatriation ceremony.|
|S01E03||Departure Lounge, Afghanistan||05/12/2013||Emotions run high at Brize's busy terminal when a returning soldier is reunited with his family. A young couple, meanwhile, is put to the test|
|S01E04||Prepping for the Frontline||12/12/2013||Emergency crews step in when a Hercules' landing gear fails. The UK reservists, meanwhile, throw themselves into parachute training.|
|S01E05||24/7||21/12/2013||An urgent medical evacuation flight takes off for Afghanistan, and the Officers' Mess remembers the Battle of Britain, one of the most pivotal moments in history.|
|S01E06||Events||09/01/2014||The show takes a look at the different national events that the military airbase has taken part in.|
|S01E07||First Steps||16/01/2014||The recruits get ready for deployment in Afghanistan whilst the emergency services take part in a crash-landing exercise.|