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Airbus A400M reaches new paratrooper deployment milestones

The Airbus A400M heavy-lift tactical transport has reached a new milestone in its development, completing a certification flight test for the deployment of paratroopers using both of the aircraft's side doors during a single pass.

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V-22 Osprey surpasses 500,000 flight hours

The Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey family has surpassed a major operational milestone, having logged more than 500,000 flight hours.

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Cypriot Gunships

The Cypriot National Guard’s Mi-35 Hind and SA342 Gazelle attack helicopters are very rarely reported on. Dirk Jan de Ridder and Menso van Westrhenen visited what may well be the European Union’s most exotic attack helicopter squadron.

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The strength of the wolf is the pack

Only a single frontline unit within the Italian Air Force flies the C-27J Spartan multi-mission airlifter. Thomas Newdick and Joe Campion visited Tuscany to find out more about a transport squadron that styles itself as a family of wolves.

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Rwandan Mi-17 in Exercise Shared Accord

Africa US Army/Sgt Miles Andrade FORCE AÉRIENNE...

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Near-peer confrontation

Column Commander’s Update Briefing The last few decades...

Fairchild-Republic A-10C Thunderbolt II.

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The ULTIMATE A-10!

Just five years ago, the US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II fleet looked to be dead and buried. But it's now found a new lease of life in US Air Force campaigns across the Middle East!

B-21 Raider Rendering

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USAF reactivates 420th Flight Test Squadron for B-21

The US Air Force (USAF) has reactivated the 420th Flight Test Squadron (FLTS) at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB), California, following a ceremony held on October 4.

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Two MA60s for Angola

The Força Aérea Nacional de Angola (FANA, Angolan Air Force)...

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A century between TWO BLUES

FORCE REPORT: In the concluding part of their analysis of the Turkish Naval Aviation fleet, Onur Kurç and Tayfun Yaşar examine the history and operations of its rotary wing and unmanned components and look at prospects for the future.

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Italy joins Tempest

ITALY HAS become the second partner nation to join the UK’s Tempest sixth-generation fighter project.

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Luftwaffe's "Carbon Warrior" breaks cover

The Luftwaffe (German Air Force) has a tradition of giving special paint schemes to both its Eurofighter and Tornado combat aircraft, highlighting anniversaries or for NATO's annual Tiger Meet. It seems the air arm is at it again with the newly painted 'Carbon Warrior' breaking cover.

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USAF sees red with eagerly awaited aggressor training contract

The US Air Force (USAF) has selected several companies to provide its regular Combat Air Force (CAF) with adversary air (ADAIR) training operations in a huge multi-billion dollar contract.

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Tucano Farewell Part II - Last days of the Tucano

For the Royal Air Force, 2019 has seen the retirement of the Tornado GR4 in March and now the Tucano T1 – a stalwart of pilot training – is bowing out.

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Paramount Group secures future of AHRLAC

The Aerospace Development Corporation (ADC), manufacturer of the Advanced High Performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft (AHRLAC) aircraft has been "rescued" by Paramount Group.