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First CMV-22B delivered to US Navy

Khalem Chapman

The US Navy has received its first CMV-22B Osprey carrier onboard delivery (COD) aircraft.

Khalem Chapman

Growler goes autonomous

Khalem Chapman

Boeing and the US Navy have successfully flown a pair of EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft autonomously.

Khalem Chapman

India’s naval Tejas prototype completes carrier milestones

Khalem Chapman

The naval prototype of the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Tejas – also known as the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) – has become the first Indian-made fighter aircraft to land and take-off from an aircraft carrier.

Khalem Chapman
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Sea Breeze: Black Sea war games

Vladimir Trendafilovski

Vladimir Trendafilovski reports on the 19th edition of the annual Sea Breeze multinational maritime exercise.

Vladimir Trendafilovski

VSR700 prototype takes flight in France

Khalem Chapman

Airbus Helicopters' VSR700 unmanned aerial system (UAS) successfully completed its first flight on November 8.

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Orions for Argentina

Thomas Newdick

THE ARGENTINE NAVAL Aviation Command will acquire four retired P-3C maritime patrol aircraft from the US under the terms of an agreement with the US Department of Defense.

Thomas Newdick

Super Hornets and Growlers achieve readiness goal

Thomas Newdick

WHILE THE USAF struggled to meet the October 1 deadline to achieve an 80 per cent mission-capable (MC) readiness rate for its fighter aircraft, on September 24 the Commander Naval Air Forces (CNAF) announced that F/A-18E/F and EA-18G fleets had achieved that goal.

Thomas Newdick

Royal Thai Navy selects CAMCOPTER S-100 for ISR role

Khalem Chapman

The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has selected Schiebel Group's CAMCOPTER S-100 to provide an intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) role across land and sea environments.

Khalem Chapman

German Navy receives first Sea Lion

Khalem Chapman

The Marineflieger (German Navy Aviation) has taken delivery of its first NH90 Sea Lion multi-role naval helicopter.

Khalem Chapman

LCA Navy makes first arrested landing

Thomas Newdick

AN INDIAN Navy Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) LCA Navy fighter caught an arresting cable at a shore-based test facility in Goa for the first time on September 13.

Thomas Newdick