1:The Eurofighter has not seen service as it is not operational yet in the RAF.
Looks like they are now according to RAF sources:
Typhoon entry into service
Early RAF Typhoons were based at BAE Systems' Warton airfield, where the aircraft was assembled. This arrangement, dubbed "Case White" was intended to provide a smooth entry into service - with the close proximity of BAE staff allowing easy solutions to any technical issues which arise. This is important given the unparalled capabilities and complexity of the aircraft compared to any of the service's current types. The first squadrons, No. 17 OEU and No. 29 OCU Sqns, moved to RAF Coningsby in 2005 to begin establishing an initial operational capability (IOC). The first operational squadron, No. 3, formed at Coningsby on April 1 2006.
RAF Typhoon squadrons Squadron Current role Current aircraft Conversion date Typhoon base
No. 3 Squadron RAF Typhoon Converting RAF Coningsby
No. 6 Squadron RAF Offensive Support SEPECAT Jaguar 2008 RAF Leuchars
No. 11 Squadron RAF Air Defence Tornado F3 2007 RAF Coningsby
No. 17 Squadron RAF Operational Evaluation Unit Typhoon Converted RAF Coningsby
No. 29 Squadron RAF Operational Conversion Unit Typhoon Converted RAF Coningsby