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Rennison / The Hamilton Spectator The wheels and engine cowlings are off the Lancaster as it prepares for its trip to England. If you're still smarting about losing out in May's bidding war for the $79,100 Lancaster flight of a lifetime to Great
The missiles were previously been deployed on Eurofighter's Tornado GR4 aircraft during operations over Iraq and Libya. "Storm Shadow has a deserved reputation for accuracy and reliability," said British Minister for Defense Equipment Support and
The Egyptian Air Force is increasing its fleet of Airbus C295 transports to 20 aircraft through an order for additional planes. Airbus Defense and Space said its new contract from Egypt is for eight aircraft but it did not provide a monetary value
Helicopter crewman Sergeant Stevin Creeggan suffered severe chest, spinal and leg injuries when the Iroquois crashed in cloudy conditions at Pukerua Bay north of Porirua on April 25, 2010. Captain Flight Lieutenant Hayden Madsen, 33, and co-pilot
Media playback is unsupported on your device WW1 aircraft arrive at Cosford RAF Museum 15 July 2014 Last updated at 20:40 BST Three World War One aircraft have arrived at an RAF museum ahead of a major exhibition to mark the centenary of the conflict.
The British Royal Air Force (RAF) has sent five new reconnaissance drones to Afghanistan to support intelligence operations in the country, the U.K...The remotely piloted Reaper drones will beam real-time video to ground crews, and will conduct
Raytheon UK has detailed its plans for supporting the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) in its requirement to extend the capability of the RAF Sentinel beyond its proposed out-of-service date of 2015. The current plans for the lifetime extension through
to announce details of £1.1bn defence spending Details of £1.1bn worth of defence spending are to be unveiled by the prime minister later. It is due to include cash for drones, UK special forces and intelligence gathering to tackle global terrorism.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford said military figures wanted 'answers now' but had to deal with civilian leaders who left everything till the last moment and were obsessed with cost. The comments, which are likely to spark anger in Westminster,
Aviation enthusiasts got a bit closer to the action than they expected when an F-16 fighter jet missed their heads by feet as it came in to land. Footage of the moment at the Waddington International Air Show in Lincolnshire show shows spectators