C-17 and Voyager aircraft to fly British troops and aid to Caribbean after hurricane

Aircraft loaded with British troops and aid will leave RAF Brize Norton this morning, as part of the relief effort for areas devastated by Hurricane Irma.

A guide to the UK’s RC-135 Rivet Joint surveillance aircraft

The United Kingdom purchased three KC-135R aircraft for conversion to RC-135W Rivet Joint standard under the Airseeker project, let's take a closer look.

P-8 Poseidon being examined as replacement for Sentinel surveillance aircraft

The UK is examining sensor augmentation of the P-8 Poseidon to make it a suitable replacement for the Sentinel surveillance aircraft.

UK P-8 Maritime Patrol Aircraft to cost £250m each

The P-8 Poseidon is an aircraft designed for long-range anti-submarine warfare; anti-surface warfare; and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions.

Leonardo Vixen 500E AESA radar chosen for Romanian IAR-99 aircraft

Leonardo’s Vixen 500E AESA radar has been procured for Romanias new trainer technology demonstrator programme IAR-99 TD.

Typhoon and Tornado jets continue strikes against Islamic State

Typhoon jets attacked two positions in Raqqa, whilst Tornados hit an armed truck and terrorists on foot in and around Tal Afar.

RAF say Typhoon has proven itself in fight against Islamic State

An RAF Spokesman says Typhoon has proved itself at the heart of the international coalition fighting against Islamic State.

RAF Wing Commander Beck discusses the F-35B Lightning in interview

RAF Wing Commander Jim Beck is one of the UK’s most experienced F-35 Lightning pilots, here he talks about the future of the jet aboard HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Meet the BAE Transformer, one of the many designs being studied for future aircraft

Scientists and engineers at BAE Systems have lifted the lid on some futuristic technologies that could be incorporated in military and civil aircraft of 2040 or even earlier.

British Typhoons hand over responsibility for NATO air policing over Romania to Canada

Typhoon aircraft departed Romania yesterday, ending the UK’s five-month leadership of NATO’s enhanced air policing mission in the country.



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