Former F-15 pilot Colonel Doug Dildy (USAF Ret), with the assistance of Hernan Casciani and Pablo Calcaterra, analyse the battle for air superiority over the Falklands in this first of a two part feature which was published originally in Aviation News April 2012 issue
Devoid of conventional aircraft carriers and relying on land-based RAF assets for protection, in the late 1970s the Royal Navy’s Fleet Air Arm found itself without a fixed-wing fighter for the first time in its history. Bertie Simmonds discovers that, thankfully, it wasn’t for long
Giving the RAF’s Hercules transport force its own air-to-air refuelling capability was a boost for its commitment to the South Atlantic theatre in the aftermath of the 1982 war, as a former ‘Herc’ pilot relates
Sea Harrier FA.2 ZH798 has taxied under its own power as the result of extensive restoration work...
Aviation News shares images captured by ex-military aircraft specialist Jet Art Aviation, as it made history in North Yorkshire with its newly restored Sea Harrier FA2
The author of the acclaimed book Vulcan 607, Rowland White, has a new release looking at the involvement of the Sea Harrier-equipped 809 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) in the Falklands conflict. Here he shares with Aviation News what he discovered and found fascinating while researching and writing the book.