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As war neared, Sidney Cotton and Lockheed 12A G-AFTL helped change the face of British aerial reconnaissance. But what does fresh evidence, gathered as the aircraft was restored for Fighter Aviation Engineering, tell us about their covert activities?
Matthew Willis, an enthusiast of all things Fairey, delves into the history of the RAF’s first monoplane bomber
Born in the ‘black world’, and operating in complete secrecy for the first years of its life, the F-117A has been doing much the same since its supposed ‘retirement’ in 2008. The veil of secrecy surrounding its operations since then has started to slip a little, however, as Jon Lake recounts
Berlin has announced more details relating to its acquisition of 60 CH-47F Block II Chinook heavy-lift tactical transport helicopters as the nation pushes forward with plans to replace the German Air Force’s ageing CH-53G Sea Stallion fleet
Romania’s Ministry of National Defence has formally submitted a request to the Romanian Parliament to approve the purchase of 32 fifth-generation F-35A Lightning II multi-role stealth fighters, local media reported on August 9
The Black Hawk – the Western world’s most successful military utility helicopter – has served the US Army and other military customers for more than four decades. Now, many H-60s are taking on new duties with other governmental and commercial operators, as Tom Kaminski details
Developed by Milo Taylor, Idaho's Deadly 3 consists of three challenging airstrips: Dewey Moore, Simonds and Vines, set in the Idaho backcountry.
YouTube channel Historical Gamer discusses PC Pilot's Falcon 5.0 interview with David Lagettie, CEO of MicroProse. In addition, he also talks about updates for B-17 The Mighty 8th, which will launch into Early Access later this year.