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By Piotr Butowski
The Tupolev Tu-160 is the world’s largest combat aircraft...
By Bertie Simmonds
What it lacked in speed, the subsonic A-7 Corsair II made up for in payload and persistence. It also ushered in a new era of strike accuracy, as Key.Aero reports.
By DR KEVIN WRIGHT
From the mid-1980s, C-23A Sherpas could regularly be seen shuttling between USAFE air bases. We spoke to former members of the 10th Military Airlift Squadron to hear how this unit functioned and its importance should tensions with the Eastern Bloc have spilled over into conflict during the Cold War
What do you get if you take a museum stuck in the past, a multi-million-pound refurbishment and a punchy new name?
By Gerard Keijsper
Back in 2000, the most valuable fighter fly-offs in modern times took place between the Boeing X-32 and Lockheed X-35, as we explain
By Dino Carrara
Lt Col Nick Frasca (ret’d) recalls what it was like flying in the UK and describes a typical F-111 low-level training sortie
By Ben Dunnell
America, the leading western superpower, pleaded with Britain...
By Tara Leggett
Whilst the Vulcan was capable of carrying conventional payloads, it originally formed the backbone of Britain’s nuclear deterrent, as retired Vulcan pilot John LeBrun discusses
The full issue in page-turning PDF format
Early August 1986 saw a gathering of more than 70 aircraft from from eight NATO countries at RAF Waddington for Tactical Fighter
Meet (TFM) ’86...
Greece is one of the few remaining operators of the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II...
Welcome to Aviation News September 2020
By Martin Needham
The RAF has begun retiring its four British Aerospace BAe 146s, leaving the BAE Systems Hawk as the force's sole remaining British-designed and built type
By Tom Withington
Now largely forgotten, ARMAT was a French weapon that proved its worth in the 1980s, during the Iran-Iraq War. We take a closer look