Great Britain conditions new order for F35B on lower maintenance costs

While the Royal Air Force's F35Bs began, from the Queen Elizabeth II aircraft carrier, the aircraft's first operational missions and strikes by targeting ...

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Royal Navy to send 165.000 tons of diplomacy to the Pacific

Obviously, the British authorities like the Royal Navy want to make the first long-term operational deployment of their new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, an event too ...

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With the Vixen, the Royal Navy studies the use of a versatile on-board combat drone

Obviously, the ambition to equip the aircraft carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales with a catapult and stopper strands to implement combat drones is taking…

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UK to order more F35Bs in coming years

Ahead of the publication of the new Integrated Strategic Review, many rumors circulated about the arbitrations that will be led by the Johnson government, to redefine the format ...

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The Royal Navy wants a catapult and stop strands on its aircraft carriers

Since the aircraft carrier HMS Bulwark entered service in 1959, Great Britain has no longer designed aircraft carriers equipped with catapults and stop wires, capable of implementing ...

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To finance the Tempest program, London could divide its fleet of F2B by 35

In 2010, the Royal Air Force justified, in part, the withdrawal of its 72 Harriers from service by the fact that the implementation of such a small fleet of aircraft ...

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HMS Queen Elizabeth and Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier: two different concept of naval air combat

On April 29, the British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth sailed from Portsmouth for a long sea test campaign. Previously, the entire crew was tested against the coronavirus, in order to…

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