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High Society: US Air Force Special Operation Command

The US Air Force Special Operations Command is making extensive efforts to expand its aviation fleet’s capabilities, while evolving tactics to address growing adversarial threats

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Bear necessities: Profile of Russia’s Tu-95 bomber

A massive, unimaginably noisy and definitely antiquated-looking turboprop bomber, the Tu-95MS Bear-H still retains its significance in Russia’s nuclear triad

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FlyZero: Planet-friendly flying

FlyZero aims to realise zero-carbon emission air travel by the end of the decade. Tom Batchelor takes a look at the initiative’s early days

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MROs bounce back

The MRO business is rebounding from the pandemic, leaner, fitter and better equipped for the future, reports Paul E Eden

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James Webb Space Telescope tech update

The James Webb Space Telescope is about to start unlocking the secrets of the universe. Mark Broadbent hears from NASA project participant Lee Feinberg

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AIR International March 2022

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eVTOL: Big in Japan

Long known as a lover of all things technical, Japan is the latest country to catch the attention of ambitious eV TOL developers, reports Tom Batchelor

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Embraer: An eye on the prize

AIR International dives deep into the world of ambitious Brazilian manufacturer Embraer

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Fit to fly: maintenance and long-term storage

From pickling to bird nests and insect invasions, the threats to incorrectly stored aircraft are legion. Paul Willis reports on return-to-service requirements

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Airbus Helicopters' Flightlab: No ordinary lab

Where better to carry out aircraft experiments than in the sky? Tom Batchelor looks at the R&D made possible by Airbus Helicopters’ Flightlab

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