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US Navy & Marine Corps Air Power Yearbook 2015  978191041538215


US Navy & Marine Corps Air Power Yearbook 2015 (Key Publishing 978191041538215)

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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:Military Magazin
ISBN/Box:978191041538215
Publisher:Key Publishing
Format:a4
No. Pages:98
Version:sb
Language:English
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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Military Magazin, ISBN/Box 978191041538215, Publisher Key Publishing, Format a4, No. Pages 98, Version sb, Language English

FEATURING:

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS IN 2015 : Interview with Lt Gen Jon Davis
The Marine Corps may be the smallest of the US military services, but its air component is admired around the world. James Deboer talks with Lt Gen Jon Davis, the US Marine Corps air chief.

KING STALLION
Jamie Hunter looks ahead to a milestone for 2015: the maiden flight of the Sikorsky CH-53K King Stallion, which is set to revolutionize Marine battlefield heavy-lift.

MARINE HORNETS: MAINTAINING A CLASSIC
As the Marine Corps looks towards the F-35 it must maintain a credible strike fighter force. The ‘classic’ Hornets may be aging, but they still have at least 15 years’ more service ahead, as Jamie Hunter discovers.

JAMMING WITH THE GROWLER
Brad Elward discusses whether the US Navy needs to get more EA-18G Growlers, or whether it will be the last manned fighter the Navy buys to operate from its carrier decks.

TOPGUN
Last year, the Navy Fighter Weapons School — better known as TOPGUN — celebrated its 45th anniversary. Brad Elward heads to NAS Fallon to look at the school that is the benchmark against which all naval air combat training is measured.

And much more!

In This Issue
WELCOME
This year sees many significant milestones in US Navy and Marine Corps aviation, not least the retirement of the EA-6B Prowler from Navy service and the initial operating capability of the F-35B Lightning II with the Marine Corps

UNITED STATES NAVAL AVIATION IN 2015
Interview with RADM Mike Manazir James Deboer meets with the US Navy Director of Air Warfare to discuss the sweeping changes across the entire fleet

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS IN 2015
Interview with Lt Gen Jon Davis The Marine Corps may be the smallest of the US military services, but its air component is admired around the world. James Deboer talks with Lt Gen Jon Davis, the US Marine Corps air chief

F-35B GOES LIVE!
One of the biggest aviation milestones of 2015 is the declaration of initial operating capability for the Marine Corps’ F-35B. Jamie Hunter and James Deboer detail how VMFA-121 ‘Green Knights’ became America’s first operational Lightning II squadron

CARRIER POWER
James Deboer embarks the USS John C. Stennis for a report on carrier aviation. Also includes full listings of the US Navy’s aircraft carriers and Carrier Air Wings

GUNFIGHTERS OF CAMP PENDLETON
Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron (HMLA) 369 ‘Gunfighters’ operates both the AH-1Z and the UH-1Y. Jamie Hunter visits Camp Pendleton to see the two new types in action

ADVANCED HAWKEYE ON MAIDEN CRUISE
The US Navy deployed its brand new E-2D Advanced Hawkeye for the first time in 2015. Jamie Hunter and Giovanni Colla outline how Carrier Air Wings are moving into the latest generation of airborne early warning and control

KING STALLION
Jamie Hunter looks ahead to a milestone for 2015: the maiden flight of the Sikorsky CH-53K King Stallion, which is set to revolutionize Marine battlefield heavy-lift

MARINE HORNETS: MAINTAINING A CLASSIC
As the Marine Corps looks towards the F-35 it must maintain a credible strike fighter force. The ‘classic’ Hornets may be aging, but they still have at least 15 years’ more service ahead, as Jamie Hunter discovers

TOPGUN
Last year, the Navy Fighter Weapons School — better known as TOPGUN — celebrated its 45th anniversary. Brad Elward heads to NAS Fallon to look at the school that is the benchmark against which all naval air combat training is measured

KC-130J MULTI-ROLE MASTER
If ever the term ‘multi-role’ was justified to describe an aircraft, it is surely the case with the Lockheed Martin KC-130J of the Marine Corps, as Jamie Hunter and James Deboer describe

JAMMING WITH THE GROWLER
Brad Elward discusses whether the US Navy needs to get more EA-18G Growlers, or whether it will be the last manned fighter the Navy buys to operate from its carrier decks

NEW MISSIONS FOR THE OSPREY
The Bell Boeing V-22 is well established in Marine Corps service, and new roles and new missions are being introduced. Jamie Hunter reports

UNITED STATES NAVY AIR POWER REVIEW
Tom Kaminski, Rick Burgess and Jamie Hunter provide an extensive overview of US naval air power including a detailed directory of units, bases and aircraft

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS AIR POWER REVIEW
An in-depth look by Tom Kaminski, Rick Burgess and Jamie Hunter at the units, bases and aircraft that comprise US Marine Corps air power in 2015



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