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Two more AW139s for Italy’s National Fire Corps

The Vigili del Fuoco – Italy’s National Fire Corps, part of the Ministry of the Interior – has received its two more AW139 helicopters, … Read More

Airbus awarded ARH Tiger support contract extension

Airbus Helicopters has been awarded an extension of the Australian Army’s Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) Tiger through-life … Read More

Coming up in AFM: Typhoon over Oman

In an AFM exclusive for the forthcoming May issue, Derek Bower travelled to the Gulf to witness the introduction of the Eurofighter … Read More

Black Hornet nano drones for British Army

The British Army is set to receive the Black Hornet 3 Personal Reconnaissance System (PRS). FLIR Systems, which manufactures the nano … Read More

Romanian F-16s on QRA duty

F-16s operated by the Forțele Aeriene Române (FAR, Romanian Air Force) have begun quick reaction alert (QRA) duty as part of the … Read More

Exotic Bahraini 767 visits Europe

A rare Boeing 767-4FS(ER) airliner operated by the Bahrain Royal Flight (formerly the Bahrain Amiri Flight) has been active in Europe … Read More

Twenty years since NATO’s Allied Force

On a wintery March evening, 20 years ago, six giant US Air Force B-52H Stratofortress strategic bombers could be heard starting their … Read More

UK buys E-7 to replace Sentry AWACS

The UK Ministry of Defence today announced signature of a $1.98bn deal to purchase five E-7 airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) … Read More

‘Dark Knights’ – a new F-117 squadron?

Recent flying activity by F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighters over southern California and Nevada has revealed a possible new operating … Read More

Naval Strike Missile to arm Japanese F-35s

Japan has become the latest customer to sign up for the Kongsberg Joint Strike Missile (JSM) to arm its fleet of F-35 fifth-generation … Read More

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