Mirage F1s will train US Air Force fighter pilots

In 2014, the last Mirage F1s of the French Air Force retired after four decades of loyal service. Until the end, this single-jet fighter from Dassault ...

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T-7 Red Hawk, T-50 Golden Eagle, M-346 Master and F-22 Raptor: the great ambitions of the US Air Force's RFX Reforge program

In 2018, the US Air Force selects Boeing and the Swedish aircraft manufacturer Saab as part of the TX competition, aimed at providing a new advanced training aircraft to replace the old…

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Airborne laser weapon: the US Special Operations Command aims for a demonstrator by 2022

After years of postponement and initially expected for the 2019 fiscal year, the prospect of integrating a laser weapon system into the vast array of armaments of the AC-130J Ghostrider gunship seems to be…

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Taiwan: T-5 Brave Eagle advanced training aircraft makes its first flight

Last September, Taiwanese aircraft manufacturer AIDC presented its new advanced training aircraft, the T-5 Brave Eagle. Two days ago, the first prototype of the Brave Eagle was therefore carrying out its…

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Future US Navy training aircraft may not board American aircraft carriers

On May 14, the US Navy issued a request for information (RFI) concerning a new jet plane intended to train its pilots to land on aircraft carriers. If it is not for ...

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South African Paramount Group Offers Bronco II Aircraft for US Special Forces

Clearly, the acquisition program of light attack aircraft for the US Air Force has no shortage of rebound. So, when it canceled its LAAR (Light / Attack Armed Reconnaissance) program, the USAF should do everything ...

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Chinese GAIC FTC-2000G attack plane finds first customer in Southeast Asia

The information was released by the Chinese press and confirmed by representatives of GAIC (Guizhou Aviation Industry Corporation) and the Chinese Ministry of Defense: the FTC-2000G combat aircraft…

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New arms orders for Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia

In North Africa, the past fifteen years have seen the Algerian and Moroccan armed forces modernize in depth. If the balance of power between the two neighboring countries has not ...

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