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    Combat Aircraft Vol 16 no 7 - Juillet 2015

    Sommaire du Combat Aircraft de juillet 2015


    JUDGMENT DAY
    Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 (VMFA-121) ‘Green Knights’ at MCAS Yuma is set to become America’s first operational F-35 squadron in July. Combat Aircraft editor Jamie Hunter meets the unit that carries a considerable weight of expectation on its shoulders

    GUARD EAGLES GO DUTCH!
    Frank Crébas flies with the Florida Air National Guard’s 158th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, which is detached to Leeuwarden in the Netherlands for a six-month deployment

    UNIT REPORT: OUT WITH A BANG!
    The 308th Fighter Squadron at Luke AFB is the latest F-16 training unit within Air Education and Training Command that is standing down as the winds of change blow in the F-35 Lightning II. Jamie Hunter talks to the squadron commander, with exclusive images from Jim Haseltine

    SPECIAL REPORT: RUSSIA’S
    Alexander Golz reviews the 70th anniversary parade of the Red Army’s victory in Europe

    EXERCISE REPORT: ‘BAYOU MILITIA’ IN BULGARIA
    Eagles from the Louisiana Air National Guard’s 159th Fighter Wing deployed to Graf Ignatievo air base in Bulgaria to take part in Exercise ‘Thracian Eagle 2015-1’, as Alexander Mladenov reports

    UNIT REPORT: ‘PANTHERS’ PREPARE FOR AFGHANISTAN
    As the Afghan Air Force prepares to return home to commence combat operations with the A-29, Neil Dunridge visits the 81st Fighter Squadron at Moody AFB

    FORCE MULTIPLIERS
    Aerial refueling has been a feature of aviation since the inter-war period, but tankers are a costly business, beyond reach of all but the most committed militaries. Thomas Newdick, with Santiago Rivas and Babak Taghvaee, reviews the world tanker market

    FACT FILE: LEGENDARY ‘LITTLE BIRDS’
    Fifty-two years after the first flight of the Hughes Model 369, the latest MD530G and AH-6i are now leading contenders in the armed aerial scout market. Babak Taghvaee describes the latest armed versions of this classic helicopter

    UNIT REPORT: SILVER WINGS
    A new breed of flying officer is emerging from the US Air Force’s 479th Training Group, which makes its home not on an Air Force base but at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. Robert F. Dorr talks training while Jim Haseltine provides the photographs

    CUTTING EDGE
    Combat Aircraft’s monthly column reporting from the front line of aerospace technology, by David Axe

    Note : ce numéro comporte un supplément gratuit de 24 pages sur le Rafale.
    Key Publishing. Disponible en kiosques (Presse internationale) ou chez l'éditeur.
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    Item Reviewed: Combat Aircraft Vol 16 no 7 - Juillet 2015 Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Hervé Brun
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