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The 'Water Bolly'

Robert S Grant

Robert S Grant reveals how an example of the Canadian-built Bristol Blenheim – the Bolingbroke – was temporarily converted for waterborne trials...

Robert S Grant
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Pacific Perdition Concluded

Lee Cook

Lee Cook concludes his study of Harry ‘Dirty Eddie’ March...

Lee Cook
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A bonny biplane

Craig Allen

Craig Allen investigates the long-term building of an airworthy Sopwith...

Craig Allen
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Determined Dutchmen

GRAHAM PITCHFORK

A handful of Netherlanders made a significant mark in the air during World War Two...

GRAHAM PITCHFORK
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Above and Beyond: Ian MacLennan

DISTINGUISHED

Ian MacLennan was in the thick of the aerial fighting over Malta...

DISTINGUISHED
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War Games at Khotilovo

Alexander Mladenov

Combat Aircraft Journal gained exclusive access to recent exercises hosted by the 790th IAP, a fighter regiment of the Russian Aerospace Forces’ 6th Air and Air Defense Army, stationed at Khotilovo, northeast of Moscow, which saw the first public appearance of the new R-77-1 active radar-guided missile.

Alexander Mladenov
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'Black Knights' - Back in the Game!

Jamie Hunter

Combat Aircraft Journal reports from MCAS Miramar as VMFA-314 becomes the first F-35 unit at the San Diego base.

Jamie Hunter
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Qatar - An Air Force Reborn!

Stephan de Bruijn

The Qatar Emiri Air Force is undergoing one of the most impressive expansion efforts of recent times to cement its position as a leading air arm in the Middle East. Combat Aircraft Journal updates the story of this unprecedented modernization effort.

Stephan de Bruijn
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'River Rattlers'

Dick Wels and Hans Drost

The US Navy Reserves fly some of the oldest Hornets in the US, yet they are able to provide meaningful fleet support and a valuable reserve force if the need to boost the front line arises.

Dick Wels and Hans Drost
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Israel's Workhorse at 50!

Yissachar Ruas

Combat Aircraft Journal reports on the CH-53 Yas’ur, which marked a half-century of service with the Israeli Air Force last October.

Yissachar Ruas