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Thales Fulmar UAS deliveries underway to Malaysian Coast Guard

  Two of the six Thales Fulmar unmanned aerial systems (UAS) sold to the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) have now … Read More

Lynx HMA8 tests Sea Venom

European missile house MBDA has announced successful air carriage and jettison trials of its Sea Venom/ANL missile using the Lynx … Read More

Czech Air Force to receive upgraded L-159T1+ aircraft

The March 31 rollout of the first production L-159 built for 13 years also provided more details of the upgraded L-159T1+ which … Read More

RAF boss visits Pakistan Air Force

The Royal Air Force’s Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier, visited the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) last week. … Read More

AFM at LIMA: New configuration for Guardian 400 MRSA

Viking Air, the Canadian company now producing Twin Otters, is keen to gain some of the maritime surveillance market in Asia. It is … Read More

First flight for An-132D

Antonov has completed the maiden flight of its new An-132D multi-role turboprop transport. The aircraft took to the air last Friday, … Read More

Royal Saudi Air Force deploys to Sudan

The Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) has deployed four Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4s and four F-15C Eagles to Merowe Air Base, Sudan, for a … Read More

T-X RFP response deadline

Boeing said today that it has formally submitted its RFP response ‘two days early’ for the US Air Force’s T-X advanced … Read More

Lebanese A-29 pilots begin training

The first new Lebanese Air Force A-29 Super Tucano trainee pilot started live flying with the 81st Fighter Squadron at Moody AFB, Georgia, … Read More

Helicopter gunships in AFM

Helicopter gunships were all the rage in the latter part of the Cold War. On each side of the Iron Curtain, huge numbers of NATO and … Read More


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