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English Electric Lightnings fulfilled the interceptor role for the RAF for nearly three decades. In the January 2016 issue of Aviation News Dr Kevin Wright recounted the type’s service
From having a missile blow up in front of him to being thrown into an inverted dive by a Vulcan tanker, Wing Commander Mike Streten (Ret’d), a former Officer Commanding 5 Sqn at RAF Binbrook, had an eventful career. For the August 2016 issue of Aviation News, Dino Carrara interviewed Wg Cdr Streten about his time flying the legendary English Electric Lightning
Hawker’s Sir Sydney Camm once mused, “All aircraft have four dimensions: span, length, height and politics. TSR2 simply got the first three right”. But was he correct?
Newquay Airport museum on the brink of closure as council refuses to budge
Hensoldt, a company specialising in modern aviation sensors will be increasing Ukraine’s air defence capability with four of its high performance TRML-4D radars to augment the country’s Diehl Defence’s IRIS-T SLM air defence system
Despite the pressures caused by the war in Ukraine, the eighth International Military-Technical Forum ‘ARMY-2022’ showcased the latest from Russia’s military industry. AirForces Monthly gained exclusive access
For the second time this year, the USAF has deployed Rockwell B-1B Lancer supersonic-capable strategic bombers to Andersen AFB, Guam, to conduct multilateral training operations with allied nations in the region, as tensions continue to rise in the Indo-Pacific
Carenado PC12 now available on the Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace.