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No 1(F) Squadron Typhoon carries Meteor on QRA

RAF TYPHOON FGR4s are now regularly carrying MBDA Meteor beyond-visual-range...

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French Air Force Phénix approved for service

THE ARMÉE de l’Air’s (French Air Force’s) A330 Phénix...

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Rolls-Royce likely to exit TF-X

BRITISH ENGINE manufacturer Rolls-Royce is poised to withdraw...

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‘Skinny Dragons’ P-8A at Joint Warrior

EXERCISE JOINT Warrior 19-1 took place in Scotland from April...

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Final Middle East deployment for US Navy Orion

US NAVY P-3C 162776 of Patrol Squadron 40 (VP-40) ‘Fighting...

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New York

ROOM WITH A VIEW… Tom Kaminski visits the new hotel at New...

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B-2s and UK F-35s Train Together

MILITARY NEWS Two B-2As of the 393rd Bomb Squadron fly...

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Lancasters Over the Rhine

RAF SPECIAL The Lancasters of 44 Sqn played a key role in...

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‘Brisfit’ tribute to Park

The first of four Bristol F2B Fighter replicas acquired from the USA by New Zealand-based Graham Orphan emerges from the JEM Aviation hangar

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Ilyushin Il-18

Known to NATO as the ‘Coot’, the Il-18 gave Aeroflot its first practical four-turboprop airliner when it entered service on 20 April 1959 — and became known for its signature smoke trails

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AEROPLANE DATABASE: Martinsyde Elephant

Emerging in 1915, Martinsyde’s new biplane was a useful multi-purpose machine

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