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Category: Air

Air Force Begins Broad Review Of Programs

The U.S. Air Force has launched a two-month review of all of its programs to determine whether some of them are no longer needed, according to a service official. The review, which began Jan....

Air Force Secretary Eyes Research Funding Boost

U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said Jan. 18 that she wants to increase the portion of the service’s budget devoted to science and technology. The Air Force currently spends less than 2 percent...

​Short-term funding could delay B-21 delivery

Development and delivery of the US Air Force s B-21 stealth bomber could stall if Congress passes yet another short term funding bill that would freeze the Pentagon s spending limit at previous fiscal...

PICTURE: PC-21 makes flight debut for Qinetiq

Pilatus conducted the first flight of a PC-21 trainer for new customer Qinetiq on 15 January, edging the single-engined turboprop towards service entry with the UK’s Empire Test Pilots’ School (ETPS). …read more Read...

Turkish CN-235 crashes, three killed

A Turkish CN-235 transport has crashed in the province of Isparta on Jan. 17. Two pilots and one technician on board were killed. The plane took off from the Eskişehir Main Jet Base Command...

Airbus CN235 crashes in Turkey, killing three

An Airbus CN235 on a training flight from the 1st Main Jet Base Command in Eskisehir, central Anatolia, crashed on 17 January at a remote location in Isparta province, southern Turkey, killing its two...

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