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After 23 Years, F-35 Enters Full-Rate Production (but Lightning II deliveries are on hold pending testing of the Tech Refresh 3 hardware and software)
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After 23 Years, F-35 Enters Full-Rate Production (but Lightning II deliveries are on hold pending testing of the Tech Refresh 3 hardware and software)
USAF avionics technician explains how stealth aircraft can be seen on radar screens
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USAF avionics technician explains how stealth aircraft can be seen on radar screens
Check out these unique air-to-air images of the Belgian Air Force F-16 Dream Viper
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‘Dream Viper’ F-16 Solo Display Team disbanded due to additional flight hours required to convert Ukrainian F-16 pilots, rising costs of F-35 service entry and high airframe hours of Belgian F-16 fleet
Czech Air Force buys 24 F-35 Lightning II strike fighters to replace the JAS-39 Gripen fighter jets currently used by the service
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Czech Air Force buys 24 F-35 Lightning II strike fighters to replace the JAS-39 Gripen fighter jets currently used by the service
The right airplane at the wrong time: Naval Aviator involved in the ATF program explains why US continues to upgrade and produce F-15, F-16 and F/A-18 but not the F-22
Military Aviation
The right airplane at the wrong time: Naval Aviator involved in the ATF program explains why US continues to upgrade and produce F-15, F-16 and F/A-18 but not the F-22
Navy Pilot who took part in F-22, F-35 development tells why most of new US fighter jets have the control stick on the right instead of the middle
Civil Aviation / Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Navy Pilot who took part in F-22, F-35 development tells why most of new US fighter jets have the control stick on the right instead of the middle
Meet the F-35 “Franken-bird,” the Lightning II made from two mishap damaged F-35As
Losses and Aviation Safety / Military Aviation
Meet the F-35 “Franken-bird,” the Lightning II made from two mishap damaged F-35As
Secret X-Plane Program Paved the Way for NGAD, Air Force Secretary reveals
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Secret X-Plane Program Paved the Way for NGAD, Air Force Secretary reveals
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US Navy Operations Specialist explains why the F-35’s F135 engine is better than F-22’s F119 (but not in every way)
Military Aviation
US Navy Operations Specialist explains why the F-35’s F135 engine is better than F-22’s F119 (but not in every way)
F-35 Lightning II moves closer to full-rate production after successful Joint Simulation Environment testing
Military Aviation
F-35 Lightning II moves closer to full-rate production after successful Joint Simulation Environment testing
Northrop Grumman to develop SiAW, a new Stand-in Attack Weapon for the F-35 and possibly the B-21
Military Aviation / Weapons
Northrop Grumman to develop SiAW, a new Stand-in Attack Weapon for the F-35 and possibly the B-21
USAF releases Classified Solicitation where it Starts Process for Selecting the Contractor for NGAD to Replace the F-22 Raptor
Military Aviation
Northrop Grumman not competing for USAF NGAD sixth-generation fighter But CCA, US Navy F/A-XX Programs are not ruled out
USAF F-16 Pilot explains why he would Rather Fly the F-35 in combat than the F-22 (even in a War against Russia or China)
Military Aviation
Naval Aviator explains why the F-35 can give the F-22 fits in BVR while 4th Gen Fighters have 1:100 chance at best to beat the Raptor
Romanian Air Force MiG-21 Lancer that crashed on Mar. 2, 2022 Reportedly Mistakenly shot down by Ukrainian S-300PS SAM
Military Aviation
Romanian Air Force retires its MiG-21 LanceR fighter fleet
Japan is trying to get rid of 200 Pratt & Whitney F100 turbofan engines belonging to its non-updated F-15J Eagle Fighter jets
Military Aviation
Japan is trying to get rid of 200 Pratt & Whitney F100 turbofan engines belonging to its non-updated F-15J Eagle Fighter jets
Former US Navy F/A-18 pilot explains why although during his era the Hornet was the best airplane on the carrier his fun meter was most pegged flying the A-4 Skyhawk
Aviation History / Military Aviation / U.S. Navy
Former US Navy F/A-18 pilot explains why although during his era the Hornet was the best airplane on the carrier his fun meter was most pegged flying the A-4 Skyhawk
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