Combat Aircraft -March 2018- Volume 19 Number 3 (ENG) America's best-selling military aviation magazine

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Combat Aircraft -March 2018- Volume 19 Number 3 (ENG) America's best-selling military aviation magazine

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Combat Aircraft -March 2018- Volume 19 Number 3 (ENG) America's best-selling military aviation magazine.

IN THE NEWS

HEADLINE NEWS
F-22 Raptors intercept Russian fighters, Boeing reveals MQ-25 drone and air strikes on the rise in Afghanistan

US NEWS
US Air Force aggressor latest, B-2s deploy to Guam, plus all the latest unit news

WORLD NEWS
News from Europe and around the globe, including Australian Super Hornets being withdrawn from Operation ‘Okra’, plus all the latest military losses

FEATURE ARTICLE

NATO TRAINING AT SHEPPARD
Søren Nielsen gets first-hand experience of how NATO countries have joined forces to help realize one of the world’s leading fighter pilot training programs — Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training (ENJJPT) at Sheppard AFB, Texas

FEATURES

THE BRIEFING
Combat Aircraft’s regular column by Robert Beckhusen, taking a look behind the headlines — this month analyzing the latest A-10 Thunderbolt II combat deployment

NAS LEMOORE — MASTER JET BASE
Naval Air Station Lemoore in the flat agricultural Californian farmlands is home plate for a staggering 18 squadrons — and more are coming, as Ted Carlson discovers

RED STAR BOMBERS OVER SYRIA
For two years Russia’s Long-Range Aviation supported Moscow’s military campaign in Syria. Tim Ripley looks at how Tupolev Tu-22M3, Tu-95 and Tu-160 strategic bombers have hit targets across the war-torn country

MOUNTAIN FLYING… IN A HERCULES
When C-130 Hercules pilots started getting into trouble in challenging terrain, the 192nd Airlift Squadron ‘High Rollers’ of the Nevada Air National Guard reacted by establishing a specialist flying class

BRAZILIAN F-5s: DEFENDERS OF THE CAPITAL
For 40 years, the strategically important Brazilian Air Force base at Anápolis housed Dassault deltas in the form of Mirage IIID/Es and then Mirage 2000C/Bs. However, in 2014 these made way for upgraded F-5EM Tigers, as Santiago Rivas and João Paulo Moralez report

WILDCAT: A DIFFERENT BEAST
The Royal Navy retired its last Lynx HMA8 in 2017 and now the Army Air Corps has said farewell to the Lynx AH9A. Richard Scott finds out how the improved capabilities of the new Wildcat HMA2 is enabling the Royal Navy’s small-ship aviators to change the way they think and operate

TURKISH ARMY AVIATION: POLICING THE BADLANDS
Turkey’s role in the Caucasus and Middle East is regarded as being of crucial importance, both for its contribution to stability and for its rapid transformation as an industrial partner. Mauro Finati and Paolo Rollino cover Turkish attack helicopters, while Carlo Kuit and Paul Kievit examine the training that underpins these communities

USAF TEST PILOT SCHOOL
For more than 70 years, some of the most skilled aviators have passed through the doors of the famous USAF Test Pilot School. Frank Visser meets its current commanding officer, Col Charles Webb

CUTTING EDGE
Our monthly column reporting from the front line of aerospace technology, by David Axe

FLASHBACK
Combat Aircraft’s new regular feature looking at squadrons and types that are gone but not forgotten — this month it’s the RF-4Bs of VMFP-3 ‘Eyes of the Corps’

FORCE REPORT

RUSSIAN FIGHTER EVALUATION: PART 1
In the first of a two-part review of fighter aircraft in Russian service, Piotr Butowski looks at the MiGs, from the ‘classic’ MiG-29 ‘Fulcrum’, the naval MiG-29K and the mighty MiG-31 ‘Foxhound’ to the new MiG-35

Выбор темы:Техника: Авиация и космос
Год выпуска:2018 год
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