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Two planes, one pilot: the P-38 Lightning made its first flight on January 27, 1939. It had a top speed of over 400 miles per hour, making it one of the fastest fighters to date. To mark the anniversary of its first flight, we’ve put together 22 facts that you may not have known of the P-38 Lightning…
The brand disappeared following the collapse of Stobart Air, with British Airways and Aer Lingus mainline stepping in on a caretaker basis - so when will it return and how?
Recent threats to commercial and military activities in space have prompted the United States and its allies to found new military command structures to provide enhanced command and control in the space domain, as tensions with Russia and China increase
Now largely forgotten, ARMAT was a French weapon that proved its worth in the 1980s, during the Iran-Iraq War. We take a closer look
Vueling is due to increase its presence at London/Gatwick, basing two aircraft at, and boosting its route network from, the West Sussex hub as part of a summer 2022 programme.
As militaries gain greater experience of the role that tactical uncrewed aerial vehicles can fulfil, the market for such platforms continues to develop and mature
A man who epitomised so many of the qualities – courage, tenacity and toughness – of his fellow New Zealanders, Al Deere’s autobiography, Nine Lives, captures perfectly these characteristics, which made him a Battle of Britain ace and the second highest scoring New Zealand fighter pilot
What do Porsche, Ferrari and the highest-scoring Italian fighter pilot of World War One have in common? If you know your motoring emblems, the wild stallion emblazoned on the fuselage of flying ace Francesco Baracca’s Spad fighter will immediately strike a chord
The 48th Fighter Wing’s 493rd Fighter Squadron has specially painted one of its F-15Cs to mark the end of its operations with the Eagle
European defence prime Leonardo said it is not the subject of a judicial investigation in relation to the delivery of 28 Typhoon multi-role fighters to Kuwait, hours after Kuwaiti news outlets reported the alleged misappropriation of public funds by military officers in relation to the programme
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