The new Red 10 is Squadron Leader Graeme Bagnell
From the Red Arrows website:-
Squadron Leader Graeme Bagnall (36), known as Baggers, is a qualified Hawk pilot who flies the spare aircraft to displays for use in case one of the display aircraft becomes unserviceable. He never flies in public displays but he takes part in flypasts flown on transit sorties. Most of the air-to-air photography and video of the Team is shot from Red 10’s aircraft and so he must be skilled at positioning his aircraft for the perfect shot. Red 10 has two important jobs on the ground at every display: he is the Team’s flight safety officer, maintaining 2-way radio contact with the Team Leader throughout the display, and he is the Team Commentator.
Baggers was born in Norwich, and was educated at St Bees School, Cumbria, where he was a member of the Combined Cadet Force and undertook a Royal Air Force Sixth Form Scholarship.
After completing his A-Levels, Baggers was awarded a Royal Air Force University Cadetship and went to Southampton University where he gained a degree in Computer Science. He was also a member of Southampton University Air Squadron and he subsequently joined the Royal Air Force in 1994.
After flying training Baggers began his operational flying on the Tornado GR1/4 ground attack aircraft. He completed a tour on II(AC) Squadron at RAF Marham before being posted to RAF Valley as an instructor on the Hawk at the Tactical Weapons Unit. On leaving Valley, he returned to Marham and completed a short tour on 31 Squadron before joining II(AC) Squadron again – this time as a flight commander. Baggers has completed several operational tours in the Middle East and has undertaken many military exercises worldwide. This is his first year with the Team.
Baggers is married to Tracy and they have a son, Matthew (2). His hobbies include picture framing, playing the piano to a mediocre standard, skiing both on snow and water, playing squash and supporting the London Wasps rugby team.