News archive July 2014

28th July 2014

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Lockheed Martin Unmanned K-MAX Cargo Helicopter Team Returns from Deployment with U.S. Marine Corps in Afghanistan

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Marines secure departure of Tripoli Embassy personnel

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USS Anchorage supports HM-14 airborne mine countermeasures training, RIMPAC 2014

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Royal Navy aircraft enter service

Air Force Week in Photos

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Here’s the first (and second) Australian F-35 Lightning II aircraft

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[Video] Up close and personal with the elusive RC-135 Rivet Joint at Al Udeid airbase, Qatar

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[Photo] EP-3E ARIES II spyplane over Tripoli during U.S. Embassy evacuation

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How the AC-130 destroyed at least 20 vehicles per night during Vietnam War

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UTC Aerospace Systems to maintain USAF C-17 landing gear

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Brazil signs for three SAR-role C295s

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France takes delivery of third A400M

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Russian navy boosts ASW capability with modernised Il-38N

India finalises follow-on C-130J buy

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Airbus pushes for UK maritime patrol contest

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Gripen will not compete in Danish fighter competition

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France takes delivery of upgraded E-3F

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Harrier jump jet sold to private collector in the UK

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Ukraine rebels ‘shoot down two fighter jets’

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Russian Helicopters To Train Mongolian Pilots

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F-16 Evolves to Meet Changing Requirements

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F-15E Takes First Flight with New Radar System

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Eurofighter Typhoon Jets to Get Long Range Strike Capability

17 July: A Boeing E75 Stearman, N53546 (c/n 75-8649), ground-looped and flipped over while landing in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, USA. The pilot was not injured.

19 July: A North American AT-6 Texan, N39313 (c/n 91074),ended up on its nose after landing in Anchorage, Alaska, USA. Neither person on board were injured.

25 July: A Yakovlev Yak-52, N333YK, suffered an engine fire after landing at Islip, New York, USA. The pilot was not injured.