Analysis of 2 Group RAF Part 1: Air Transport/Air to Air Refuelling

When most people think of the Royal Air Force their minds invariably conjure up images of the Red Arrows in their beautiful shiny Hawks,...

Dogs of War

The RAF Regiment used to give out stickers that said “Some of the best fighters in the RAF are on the ground”. Well the...

Raytheon paves the way for export of Paveway IV

Raytheon UK’s Paveway IV precision-guided bomb has reportedly secured its first export customer as the US congress has granted approval for a deal, according...
Challenger 2 at Dusk

First edition of UK Defence Journal out now!

The first edition of the UK Defence Journal has now been released, it has articles from all aspects of the military from tanks to...

Red Arrows 50th display season tail fin design unveiled

The Red Arrows have unveiled a new tail fin design to mark their 50th display season. The new Union flag livery is the most significant...

F-35Bs Hover together in formation

Two F-35B aircraft have flown close formation while in short takeoff/vertical landing (STOVL) mode for the first time last week. Pilots Peter Wilson and...

Taranis stealth drone test flights successful

Taranis, named after the Celtic god of thunder, was today billed by military chiefs as the most technologically advanced aircraft ever built in the...

Dambusters Depart

617 Squadron, famed for their daring second world war raids against the Mohne, Eder and Sorpe dams, has completed its last flight as a Tornado...

Poseidon could replace Nimrod

Boeing is ready to offer its P-8 maritime patrol aircraft to the MoD. Based on the 737, a passenger aircraft popular with low-cost airlines,...

Eurofighter Typhoons new AESA RADAR starts system integration

A new active electronic scanned array radar for Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft is entering the system integration phase of development according to Cassidian. The new AESA...

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