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South Korea orders 20 more TA-50s

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has been contracted to deliver 20 new-build TA-50 Block 2 lead-in fighter trainer/light attack aircraft to the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF).

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Combat Aircraft Journal August 2020

Welcome to Combat Aircraft Journal August 2020

Israel’s flood damaged F-16s return to flight

A number of Israeli Air Force (IAF) Lockheed Martin F-16C/D “Barak” multi-role fighters have been restored back to flight after they were damaged by floods at Hatzor Air Base in central Israel in January.

Why PIA is Operating Flights to Europe After Being Banned

Today is the first day of a six-month ban on European flights for Pakistan’s national carrier as the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) yesterday withdrew its Third Country Operator (TCO) authorisation.

Announcing IL-2 Sturmovik: Desert Wings

1C Game Studios, in partnership with Team Fusion Simulations has announced IL-2 Sturmovik: Desert Wings - TOBRUK, the new addition to IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover.

TrueEarth US Oregon for Prepar3D

Orbx has announced TrueEarth US Oregon for Prepar3D v4 and above is out now.

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The Tip of the Spear

With the Cold War in full flow, West Germany’s position on the front line demanded an allied presence...

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BATTLE OF BRITAIN AT 80: Nap of the Earth Attack

The efforts of the Luftwaffe resulted in August 18, 1940, being described as the hardest day...

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BATTLE OF BRITAIN AT 80: Messerschmitt Bf 110

Messerschmit ’s Bf 110 was the Luftwaffe’s much-vaunted twin-engined heavy fighter...

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BATTLE OF BRITAIN AT 80: The Famous Five

By October 31, 1940 more than 200 Messerschmit Bf 109 pilots had secured
five or more aerial victories each...