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European tankers gain momentum

Alan Warnes

Europe’s relative lack of air-to-air refuelling assets has often served to hinder NATO campaigns in the past. Now, as Alan Warnes explains, modernisation plans are starting to bear fruit.

Alan Warnes
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BAP’s hot summer

Alan Warnes

INTEL REPORT: Having no dedicated fighters of their own, the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have been protected by NATO air policing assets since 2004. Alan Warnes spoke to those involved in a busy few months for the latest fighter rotations.

Alan Warnes
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JF-17B being upgraded with refuelling probe

Alan Warnes

Asia Pacific JF-17B 17-601 was being fitted with an...

Alan Warnes
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SCANG F-16CMs in Sweden

Alan Warnes

North America Alan Warnes THE SOUTH Carolina Air...

Alan Warnes
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Saudi International Airshow

Alan Warnes

Saudi Arabia’s first attempt at an aerospace show was an undoubted...

Alan Warnes
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Europe’s fighter frenzy

Alan Warnes

Intel Report As a new wave of fighter competitions take shape...

Alan Warnes
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Egypt’s defence expo

Alan Warnes

Intel Report Alan Warnes reports from the first Egypt Defence...

Alan Warnes
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THE LIGHTNING COMES HOME

Alan Warnes

The first four UK F-35Bs touched down at RAF Marham, Norfolk,...

Alan Warnes
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First Enstrom 480s arrive with CLV

Alan Warnes

Alan Warnes LOM PRAHA’S Centrum leteckého výcviku (CLV,...

Alan Warnes
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Eyes and ears of the RAF

Alan Warnes

The RAF’s spyplane community, officially known as the ISTAR...

Alan Warnes