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Prepar3D Version 5 On Final

Richard Benedikz

Lockheed Martin has announced Prepar3D version 5 will release on April 14.

Richard Benedikz

US contracts Lockheed Martin for 78 more F-35s

Khalem Chapman

Lockheed Martin has been contracted to produce 78 more F-35s for the US Air Force (USAF), US Marine Corps (USMC) and US Navy, in a contract modification worth roughly US$4.7bn.

Khalem Chapman

'Black Knights' gain Safe-For-Flight Operations Certification

Khalem Chapman

The USMC’s first Lockheed Martin F-35C Lightning II squadron, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 314 (VMFA-314) ‘Black Knights’, has received its Safe-For-Flight Operations Certification (SFFOC).

Khalem Chapman

F-35 reaches new delivery, flight hour milestones

Khalem Chapman

Lockheed Martin has announced that it – along with the F-35 Joint Program Office – has delivered its 500th F-35 Lightning II multirole stealth fighter, just after the fleet surpassed 250,000 flight hours.

Khalem Chapman

Dragon Lady completes SYERS-2C upgrades

Khalem Chapman

The latest variant of Collins Aerospace’s Senior Year Electro-optical Reconnaissance System (SYERS) sensor, SYERS-2C, has completed flight testing and its first deployment on a USAF Lockheed U-2S Dragon Lady.

Khalem Chapman

LONGBOW to sustain Apache Fire Control Radars

Khalem Chapman

The US Army has awarded the LONGBOW Limited Liability Company (LBL) a five-year contract to sustain the AN/APG-78 Fire Control Radar (FCR) on AH-64D/E attack helicopters.

Khalem Chapman

US Coast Guard receives first upgraded HC-130J

Khalem Chapman

Lockheed Martin has handed over the first HC-130J Hercules outfitted with the Block 8.1 upgrade to the US Coast Guard (USCG).

Khalem Chapman

France receives final KC-130J

Khalem Chapman

The Armée de l’Air (French Air Force) has received its second of two Lockheed Martin KC-130J Super Hercules multi-role tanker/transport aircraft.

Khalem Chapman
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Raptor: 15 Years on the Frontline - Part 2

Jamie Hunter

Combat Aircraft Journal looks at the F-22’s service entry and how the USAF is working to ensure the fighter remains relevant into the future.

Jamie Hunter
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End of the King!

Matt Haskell

The HC-130P/N Combat King has served with the US Air Force as a key component of its combat search and rescue capability. Now, the last Combat King squadron has sent its weary warriors to retirement in the boneyard.

Matt Haskell