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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Military Magazin, ISBN/Box 007447094389111, Publisher/Brand Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 99, Version sb, Language English
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B-1B weapons options evaluated, B-21 test plan revealed, plus deployment news
News from Europe and around the globe, including Brazil's first JAS 39 Gripen E flight and all the latest military losses
THE OPS DESK
Scott Wolff's monthly column looks at health concerns for military fliers
Combat Aircraft's new regular column, by Rick Burgess, looking at the stories behind the US Navy and Marine Corps headlines
James DeBoer visits the 355th Wing at Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, that has been reorganized as a composite rescue and attack team focused on the high-threat mission
The Royal Netherlands Air Force has developed an advanced tactical leadership course for C-130 crews. Joe Campion joins the first phase of flying operations, including beach landings in Denmark
Alexander Mladenov brings us all the stories from the 2019 Moscow Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS2019), which offered a good opportunity to analyze the progress of major air programs for the Russian military
BOMBING WITH THE 'BOLARS'
Combat Aircraft editor Jamie Hunter joins RAF Lakenheath's 492nd Fighter Squadron on Exercise 'Combat Hammer' — the unit-level weapons system evaluation program
THE 'HYPER VIPER'
Jon Lake charts the story of the Block 70 F-16V - the latest variant of the supremely successful Lockheed Martin Fighting Falcon
The US Marine Corps operates a single adversary squadron, which flies the nimble and simple F-5 Tiger II. Joe Copalman visits a unit that must excel in order to get the best from its aircraft and offer the finest training available
The use of 'Agent Orange' in the Vietnam War was highly controversial, yet the US maintained it was not a chemical weapon and that it merely defoliated the jungle. Warren E Thompson details the work of the C-123 Providers tasked with highly risky missions, dispensing the chemicals at treetop level while exposed to intense ground fire
THE ULTIMATE A-10
The US Air Force's A-10 Thunderbolt II is enjoying a new lease of life and is lined up for a whole new set of upgrades to keep it relevant for the coming decade, as Jamie Hunter reports
Ivan Voukadinov visits 'Northern Lightning' and finds an exercise that is indicative of a number of regional large-force events that are focusing efforts to make this kind of training more readily available
The Saab Gripen E has made huge strides in recent months and Alan Warnes details how the fighter's footprint is growing as Brazil joins a test program that is rapidly accelerating
David Axe's column looking at the latest technological developments in military aerospace
Combat Aircraft's trip down memory lane. This month it's an RA-5C Vigilante
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