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The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust is launching a ‘Blade of Honour’ project
In 1943, BBC correspondent Wynford Vaughan Thomas and his recording engineer Reg Pidsley survived a night-fighter encounter during a bomber raid on Berlin. Tom Allett recounts their story
On October 6, Swedish Defence Minister Pål Jonson announced that a transfer of JAS 39C/D Gripen multi-role fighters to Ukraine could be on the cards, although “domestic security reasons” mean that any such transfer “would be conditional on Sweden first becoming a member of NATO,” and thus covered by NATO’s collective defence commitments
Airbus Helicopters delivered the first of seven H135 P3H ‘Nival’ light utility helicopters to the Spanish Navy on October 26, marking a key milestone for the service as it continues in its push to modernise its rotary-wing capabilities
Korea Aerospace Industries and South Korea’s Defense Acquisition and Procurement Agency publicly showcased the developmental KF-21 Boramae multi-role fighter at the Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition (ADEX) 2023, which was held from October 17-22
NATS’ preliminary investigation has confirmed the root cause that led to last Monday’s air traffic control incident.
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 FlyLogic, the scenery is an up-to-date and frame rate friendly rendition of Samedan Airport in Switzerland, sporting high-resolution PBR textures and realistic buildings with interior modelling.
MK-Studios has announced Kangerlussuaq Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator is released.