HMS Queen Elizabeth to sail to the United States for F-35 trials

Aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth is expected to sail to the United States any day now for a series of trials with F-35 jets.

Coalition strikes continue to his Islamic State forces in Syria and Iraq

Coalition aircraft continued to strike Islamic State in designated parts of Syria and Iraq last week.

US Air Force Light Attack Aircraft draft request down to two contenders

The US Air Force shared a draft request for proposal for the Light Attack Aircraft with Sierra Nevada/Embraer and Textron Aviation following the conclusion of the second phase of the Light Attack Experiment.

Lockheed Martin delivers 52nd C-5M Super Galaxy

Lockheed Martin has delivered the 52nd C-5M Super Galaxy strategic transport modernised under the US Air Force's Reliability Enhancement and Re-engining Programme.

Bell talks V-280 Valor gunship

The V-280 Valor is a third-generation tilt-rotor vertical lift helicopter being developed by the US-based aircraft manufacturer, Bell Helicopter Textron.

Britain’s 1,000 mile punch – A guide to the Tomahawk cruise missile

The Tomahawk missile, also known as TLAM, allows Royal Navy submarines of the Astute and Trafalgar class to strike at targets on land accurately at a range of around 1,000 miles.

Defence Secretary hails ‘enhanced Romanian partnership’

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson visited Royal Air Force personnel serving in Romania as part of the NATO Air Policing mission.

Typhoons and Gripen jets train together in Hungary

Two Typhoons from 1 (Fighter) Squadron and Saab JAS-39 Gripen jets have been conducting bilateral training from Kecskemet Air Base, say the RAF.

25 Squadron to return to provide Advanced Fast Jet Training

A second Hawk T2 squadron is to form to provide Advanced Fast Jet Training to Royal Air Force and Royal Navy pilots.

United States Air Force begins NATO mission in Iceland

The United States Air Force have deployed F-15C/D fighters and 280 airmen to Keflavik Air Base, Iceland.



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