The annual Leuchars Airshow takes to the skies on Saturday, with more than thirty-five thousand people expected to attend.
This year's show celebrates the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and among the highlights are the Red Arrows, the last airworthy Vulcan bomber and a typhoon flypast.
Visitors will also see the standing up of number one squadron.D, who are joining the existing typhoon force despite the airbase facing closure.
Station Commander Air Commodore Gavin Parker said: "We are going to be moving on in line with government policy in 2014 when army units that are suitable to be based at RAF Leuchars have been identified.
"The Typhoon force here will relocate to Lossiemouth but in the meantime we're going to be very busy here at RAF Leuchars and continue to grow Typhoon and generate capability for defence and the United Kingdom."
As part of the day's dramatic displays, the typhoons will create a diamond nine formation to mark the Queen's Jubilee year.
Air Commodore Parker added: "No official decision has been made on the Airshow next year but just in case we are carrying our prudent planning to make sure if a decision is made we can have one."
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