More F-35 for Lockheed Martin asks the Department of Defense

More F-35 for Lockheed Martin asks the Department of Defense

More F-35 for Lockheed Martin asks the Department of Defense. DOD and Lockheed Martin have reached an agreement in principle to manufacture 32 F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighte.

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nEUROn, the future of european combat aviation

nEUROn, the future of european combat aviation

The nEUROn, the first European technology demonstrator for an Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle (UCAV), made its first flight on 1st December from the French military test center at I.

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US Bombers are gigantic

US Bombers are gigantic

Americans also came running in the race to gigantism, especially with the bombers. The strategic bomber on which rested in part, for nearly thirty years, the military power of the .

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Some restrictions lifted for the F-22 Raptor

Some restrictions lifted for the F-22 Raptor

The F-22 Raptor gets back in the news for a good and a bad reason. Bad reason first as the USAF admits losing two top-of-the-line F-22 Raptor stealth fighters on Thursday. The firs.

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Sweden needs 60 jet fighters

Sweden needs 60 jet fighters

Sweden is getting ready to finally acknowledge that its air force is not up to speed with what it should be. Effectively, Sweden needs 60 jet fighters, Jas Gripen, to be comfortabl.

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Grumman A-6 Intruder

Grumman A-6 Intruder

Designed by a magician, Lawrence Mead Jr, the Grumman A-6 Intruder has been developed in the late fifties to serve the US Navy and Marine Corps. The Intruder was designed as an all.

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50 years of service for Boeing B-52

50 years of service for Boeing B-52

Boeing today marks 50 years since the company delivered its last B-52 Stratofortress to the U.S. Air Force. H-model bomber 61-040 was assigned to Minot Air Force Base, N.D., where .

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Gripen fighter jet starts in Switzerland

Gripen fighter jet starts in Switzerland

The Saab Gripen finally debutes in Switzerland. The jet fighter is to replace the Swiss Air Force’s fleet of F-5 Tiger. And to show the full capabilities of the Swedish fighter j.

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Baumgartner breaks the speed of sound

Baumgartner breaks the speed of sound

Felix Baumgartner made history this 14th October 2012 by jumping from a capsule at 120,000 feet, or 39km of altitude and breaking the sound barrier freefalling. It was an incredibl.

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Tension is rising in the Middle-East

Tension is rising in the Middle-East

Tension is rising in the Middle East with Turkey and Syria increasing defiance and provocations, and now, more worryingly, with Israel shooting down an unidentified drone. It would.

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