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  • Fighter jet makes spectacular landing – without front landing gear

    Landing a fighter plane with no front landing gear – that was the extraordinary feat of a US Navy pilot, who gently posed the nose of his McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier on a special tool designed for this type of emergency. Watch the video without comment. Read the article.
     

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  • C-5 Galaxy, biggest cargo aircraft in the US Air Force

    The C-5 Galaxy developed by the American manufacturer Lockheed in the late 1960s is a giant among military cargo aircraft. When it came into service nearly half a century ago it was the largest aircraft in the world. We take a look back at the history of this monster of the skies, still deployed today.
     

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  • Leonardo: Finmeccanica inspired by ‘genius’

    Finmeccanica changed its name to Leonardo on 1st January 2017. In doing so, the Italian aerospace and defence group not only “redefines its image”, but officially completes its transformation to a single company, following a decision ratified last April.
     

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  • A400M performs first air-to-air refuelling with second A400M

    An A400M has successfully completed the first air-to-air refuelling of another A400M. The trailblazing manoeuvre has just taken place above Seville, in southern Spain. Over fifty contacts were carried out during two test flights using the centreline hose. Watch the video with no comment. Read the article.
     

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  • Public debut for Chinese J-20 stealth jet

    The new J-20 fighter aircraft has made a public debut in Zhuhai at Airshow China. Footage from the Chinese CCTV news agency filmed on 1st November showcases two J-20s demonstrating their manoeuvrability in the air. See the video without commentary. Read the article.
     

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  • Airpower: One of the Best Air shows in Europe

    Airpower is considered one of the best air shows in Europe. The meeting has just taken place in Austria and gathered 240 aircraft as well as 300,000 spectators on the ground, all with their heads locked skyward. Watch our best of video. Read the article.
     

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  • All the best pictures from the Bastille Day Fly-By

    Nearly a hundred aircraft flew over Paris’ Champs Elysées (France), for the Bastille Day celebrations, this 14th July. A fantastic show that lasted a good fifteen minutes. Here is some of the best footage.
     

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  • Bell Helicopter brings out the big guns: The V-280 Valor

    Safely stored in a hangar at the Farnborough Air Show is Bell’s future V-280: a cross between a plane and a helicopter. Right from the first glance, the machine is an impressive beast with its 36-foot wide tiltable rotors.
     

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  • Pegase: world’s first flying buggy

    This is a unique off-road flying buggy that was marketed at the Eurosatory defense and security show in the north of Paris. Developed by the French company Vaylon, Pegase is the world’s first off-road flying buggy.
     

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  • What is Nose Art?

    Nose Art appeared during the First World War, and peaked during Second World War, but do you know what it is ? We asked you the question (video), the answer to which you will find in the article.
     

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  • Japan’s X-2 prototype stealth fighter’s maiden flight

    Japan’s X-2 prototype stealth fighter carried out its maiden flight on 22 April. An advanced technology demonstrator jet, which may be used to incorporate new technologies for future Japanese fighter aircraft. Watch the video and read the article.
     

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  • Russia to modernise its imposing Tu-160 bomber

    After a 24-year break, production of a modernised version of the Russian Tupolev Tu-160 is due to begin, with a rejuvenation of the world’s largest supersonic bomber.
     

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  • Boeing B-52’s distinguishing features

    Developed by Boeing, the B-52 Stratofortress entered service in 1955. Still in service, this American bomber is unconventional in many ways, and easily recognizable.
     

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  • Flight simulator for military drones lands on the market

    With the rise of the military UAV market through the world, the need for drone operators will increase. To train them, Silkan, a French SME, has developed a high-tech flight simulator that adapts to all types of drones.
     

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