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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Aviation Magazin, ISBN/Box 977095570930312, Series monthly, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 99, Version Soft cover, Language English
EXERCISE REPORT: Baccarat 2019
For the first time, the British Army Air Corps joined an exercise in France with both Wildcats and Apaches.
INTEL REPORT: European tankers gain momentum
Europe's relative lack of air-to-air refuelling assets has often hindered NATO campaigns in the past, but modernisation plans are starting to bear fruit.
EXERCISE REPORT: Sea Breeze 2019
Vladimir Trendafilovski reports on the 19th edition of the annual Sea Breeze multi-national maritime exercise.
EXERCISE REPORT: Market Garden
Seventy-five years after the event, Operation Market Garden is still a focal point of remembrance for today's airborne operations specialists.
This year, the Franco-Swiss Épervier air defence exercise was held at the Swiss base of Payerne.
EXERCISE REPORT: Dédalo 2019
The Argentine Air Force's major exercise of 2019 put to the test all the lessons learned so far. It was also a final opportunity to see the Pucará perform in its original attack role.
COMMANDER'S UPDATE BRIEFING: BVR combat
Air Power Association President Air Marshal (ret'd) Greg Bagwell CB CBE examines what's required to 'reach out and touch' an enemy aircraft.
AFM evaluates some of the latest offerings in aviation literature.
EXERCISE REPORT: Tsentr-2019
The Russian Aerospace Forces and Airborne Forces have taken part in a series of exercises to test new concepts. The largest so far was Exercise Tsentr-2019.
FORCE REPORT: Belarusian Air Force and Air Defence Pt 1
The first of a two-part feature on the little-known Belarusian Air Force and Air Defence.
Dave Allport details the world's most recent military accidents.
See what's featuring in your AFM next month.
AFM's opinion on the hot topics in military aviation.
NATO's last Fitters
While the Su-22 swing-wing strike aircraft may be obsolescent by today's standards, 35 years ago it provided Poland with a technological leap comparable only with its subsequent purchase of F-16 fighters. Piotr Butowski assesses the current status of NATO's last surviving Fitters.
Croatia's new Warriors
After three years of intensive training, Croatia's Kiowa Warriors and their crews are on the brink of attaining full operational capability. Martin Scharenborg and Ramon Wenink followed their final steps towards readiness.
Lightning Force at sea
The UK Lightning Force has embarked on what is arguably its most important mission to date, taking a meaningful complement of F-35Bs to the HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08). Jamie Hunter evaluates this major step towards establishing the new UK carrier strike force.
Operation Northern Lightning
In a first among Joint Strike Fighter partner nations, Italy deployed its F-35As to Iceland in October in support of NATO's Icelandic air policing mission. David Cenciotti visited the Italian detachment at Keflavik Airport and talked to the pilots involved in Operation Northern Lightning.
The long arm of the Israeli Air Force
While the Israeli Air Force is well equipped with 'smart' standoff weapon systems, threats developing close to the country's borders and further afield require additional, even more capable munitions. Arie Egozi examines those currently in production.
Fifty-fifty over the Baltics
Hungarian Gripens took part in 50 live scrambles during the 50th rotation of NATO's Baltic Air Policing mission. Lt Col István Toperczer joined them as they patrolled the skies of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania this summer.