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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Be a fighter pilot and engage in a dogfight

Be a fighter pilot and engage in a dogfight

If you dreamed about being a fighter pilot, this new experience is for you. With real fighter pilots, you will learn to fly a specially designed and adapted ultra light and engage .

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Chengdu J-20 first chinese jet fighter

Chengdu J-20 first chinese jet fighter

The Chengdu J-20 may become the first jet fighter of China, with a possible service entry in 2017. The completion of the program demonstrates that China intends to be a serious pla.

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L39 of the Breitling Jet Team crashes

L39 of the Breitling Jet Team crashes

The L39 number 2 of the Breitling Jet Team crashed Saturday night, returning from an airshow. Fortunately the pilot and passenger ejected and are unharmed. The pilot flew the plane.

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Another testing milestone for the F-35

Another testing milestone for the F-35

Things are moving forward for the F-35. The VSTOL jet fighter just successfully completed another testing milestone. The short take-off and vertical landing variant of the F-35 Lig.

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The importance of the Douglas Skystreak

The importance of the Douglas Skystreak

The need to constantly improve aviation technology is at the origin of experimental research necessary to validate new concepts and new solutions. A considerable amount of experime.

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BAE Hawk goes 75,000 hours

BAE Hawk goes 75,000 hours

The Australian BAE Hawk trainer jet fighter has reached 75,000 flying hours. The Hawk is mainly used to train fighter pilots to go on flying F/A- 18 and the F-35. BAE Systems has c.

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Gripen more expensive than expected

Gripen more expensive than expected

The Swedish Armed Forces will have to cut back on billions of kronor by next year if they want to afford putting the new super jet JAS Gripen into production, according to a report.

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New paint for RAF Display team

New paint for RAF Display team

The RAF Hawk Display Team has unveiled its new paint design for the 2012 airshow season – featuring the “Heart Roundel” logo of the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (RAFBF), t.

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