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T-38 crashes in Oklahoma

A T-38 from Vance Air Force Base crashed 70 miles west of Enid, Oklahoma on Aug. 17. Two T-38C Talons from the 25th Flying Training Squadron taxi on the flightline after a flight Feb....

HMS Queen Elizabeth departs for U.S.

British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has left its home port at Portsmouth on Aug. 18 for the United States. The carrier will be carrying out flight deck trials with the F-35B for the...

RQ-4 arrives in Alaska for RF-A 18-3

A RQ-4 assigned to 12th Reconnaissance Squadron has landed at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska to participate in Red Flag Alaska 18-3. U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Tristan D. Viglianco A...

War games and cattle mustering

An interesting article by ABC News on how the Royal Australian Air Force practice searching for helicopters mustering cattle in the Northern Territory as part of their training regime. Charles W Glynn / Herding...

Germany needs 70-80 new light helicopters

According to Reuters, the German Army has concluded that it needs 70 to 80 new light helicopters for its various military services. Photo: Airbus Source …read more Read more here:: Alert5 (Air)

Russia to order another 36 Su-30SMs

According to Vedomosti, Russia is planning to purchase another 36 Su-30SM fighters. This will be the largest defense contract of the year and is worth $1 billion. By Dmitry Terekhov from Odintsovo, Russian Federation...

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