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A new interpretation board has been erected to recognise the former RAF airfield at Ridgewell, Essex’s only long-term heavy bomber base during World War Two
Dubbed the “pioneering era of aviation” the 1910s saw many following in the footsteps of the Wright Brothers as they expanded the emerging technology. Accelerated by the emergence of air racing and war, countless experimental types took to the skies – many of which disappeared as quick as they appeared. But can you identify these experimental types from that pioneering era of flight?
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
In this review, we take a look at the latest aircraft to receive the Black Square treatment, the Baron B58.