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Sep 30, 2014

Hong Kong unrest a bad sign for peace in the Taiwan Strait

Beijing’s increasingly heavy-handed treatment of Hong Kong, resulting in current street protests, raises the risk of China eventually trying to seize....More
Sep 29, 2014

9/29 Frago

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Sep 29, 2014

YF-22 Lifts Off

The prototype of the F-22 Raptor flew 24 years ago today....More
Sep 26, 2014

Last NATO AWACS Comes Home From Afghanistan

The last NATO E-3A airborne warning and control system (AWACS) returned to its home base in Geilenkirchen, Germany, Sept. 25....More
Sep 26, 2014

European F-16s To Participate In Air Operations Over Iraq

Six Belgian F-16s took off from their base in Florennes Sept. 26 on their way to Jordan via Greece....More
Sep 25, 2014

9/25 Frago

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Sep 24, 2014

Was that a Lackluster F-22 Debut?

They let the Raptor out of the nest ... but just to drop a thousand-pounder?....More
Sep 23, 2014

9/23 Frago

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Sep 23, 2014

So What Took The F-22 Target Photo?

A picture is worth a thousand Pentagon public affairs officers....More
Sep 22, 2014

9/22 Frago

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Sep 19, 2014

Higher and Faster in the X-15

Fifty five years ago this week test pilot Scott Crossfield flew the North American Aviation X-15 rocket plane on its first powered flight....More
Sep 19, 2014

Podcast: Match Made in Space -- New Companies and Traditional Giants

Major developments in Commercial Crew and rocket engines are the subject of this week’s Check 6 podcast....More
Sep 18, 2014

9/18 Frago

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Sep 18, 2014

Spain To Relieve Dutch Patriots in Turkey

Spain will deploy two Patriot batteries and 130 troops to Turkey in January to replace the two batteries being withdrawn by the Netherlands, Spanish....More
Sep 17, 2014

9/17 Frago

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