Court told RAF jets ‘unbelievably loud’

A man accused of endangering RAF jets by shining a powerful torch at them has astonishingly told a jury flights could be "unbelievably loud".

RAF Hawk jet crashes due to flock of birds

A flock of birds has forced a Hawk pilot to abort take-off with the jet rolling through the runway barrier. It has been reported that the...

Israel say F-35 will be a “game changer” for their air force

The Jerusalem Post has reported that Israeli defence forces believe that the F-35 will be a "game changer".

First powered flight test of Storm Shadow on Typhoon coming soon

It's expected that BAE Systems will conduct the first powered flight tests of the Storm Shadow cruise missile on a Typhoon aircraft very soon.

RAF respond to Red Arrows display concerns

We recently reported that the Red Arrows plan to cut displays at Farnborough due to safety regulations, the RAF have now responded to the story.

MBDA preparing to conduct Brimstone test with new Apache

MBDA is expected to conduct firings of its 'Brimstone 2' missile from a Boeing AH-64E Apache as part of an effort to persuade the...

A look at the P-8 Poseidon, Britain’s new submarine hunter

"Nine new Boeing P-8 Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft to increase further the protection of our nuclear deterrent and our new aircraft carriers. These aircraft...

British P-8 purchase expected shortly

Defence officials are expected to put a purchase of nine Boeing P-8 maritime patrol aircraft into motion any day now.

British forces “playing major role” in liberating Fallujah

The RAF have concentrated air operations in the vicinity of Fallujah, assisting Iraqi forces in their battle for the city.

Red Arrows cut displays at Farnborough due to safety regulations

It is understood that only straight and level flypasts are permitted, meaning that the Red Arrows will not be able to perform complex displays.



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