In the July 2012 issue of Aviation News Editor Dino Carrara reported from MoD Boscombe Down on the work being undertaken by the last Tornado F3s in service anywhere in the world
This series is spoilt for choice as we explore classic aircraft available to flight simulation pilots. This time, we fly one that has happily transcended the centuries and still manages to turn heads – the de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk.
With the arrival of the new-generation AH-64E Apache Guardian, the future of British rotary attack aviation is here and, as Chris Croot found out, it’s more deadly than ever
Group Captain Peter Gooding (Ret’d) provides insights into the Tornado’s early RAF career as he tells Dino Carrara what it was like to be the boss of the world’s first frontline squadron flying the then new swing-wing bomber.
A chapter from Key Publishing’s new book “Contact! Early US Naval and Marine Corps Aviation, 1911-1918” by Alan C Carey