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Nov 16, 2015

U.K. Defense Review: Rumors And Predictions12

Some thoughts on the upcoming U.K. Strategic Defense and Security Review which will shape the British armed forces for the next five years....More
Nov 08, 2015

All Creatures Great And Small At Trident Juncture

Participation in NATO's Exercise Trident Juncture which ended Nov. 6 ranged from dogs and pack animals to a Global Hawk unmanned aerial system....More
Nov 06, 2015

LRSB: (Yet Another) Tale of Two Protests9

Already, the protest is revealing new details about the secretive bomber project, including an estimated development price!....More
Nov 06, 2015

NATO's Trident Juncture Exercise Ends On Positive Note4

Senior NATO military and civilian officials declared Exercise Trident Juncture 2015 (TRJE15), which began Oct. 3 and ended today, a success and the....More
Nov 06, 2015

Inside Pennsylvania National Guard’s Fort Indiantown Gap Base4

The Pennsylvania Army National Guard operates one of the largest fleets of helicopters within the US Army. Aviation Week's Nigel Howarth recently....More
Nov 05, 2015

How's USAF Going To Manage That Bomber Deal, Anyway? We Still Don't Know30

Questions persist about how USAF is going to manage the LRS-B bomber contract despite the big announcement....More
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Nov 02, 2015

NavWeek: China Safari5

You wouldn’t necessarily think about turning to a book called, “AFRIQUE, A Warning for America,” to read about China's global ambitions, but retired....More
Oct 09, 2015

Belgium, Netherlands In Munitions Sharing Initiative

Dutch Defense Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert and her Belgian counterpart, Steven Vandeput, signed a letter of intent to join the Danish-led....More
Oct 08, 2015

Green Light For Enhanced NATO Response Force2

NATO defense ministers approved a plan for an enhanced NATO Response Force at a meeting in Brussels on Oct. 8....More
Oct 07, 2015

Floggers, Fishbeds And Albatrosses In L'il Ol' Delaware7

Delaware proudly proclaims itself as The First State, but it's not the first state that springs to mind when you think about air racing, or Russian....More
Sep 30, 2015

PzH 2000 Armored Howitzers For Iron Wolves3

Germany will transfer 21 Panzerhaubitze (PzH) 2000 155 mm armored howitzers and support vehicles to Lithuania under a contract signed between the two....More
Sep 28, 2015

Up Close and Personal with the MiG-2124

Built in vast numbers for the Soviet Union, Warsaw Pact states and other countries with close ties to the Reds during the 60s and 70s, the MiG-21 is....More
Sep 16, 2015

Going Amphibian In Search Of Lesser-Spotted Pennsylvanian Frogfoots1

Four ex-Cezchoslovakian Air Force Su-25 Frogfoots are stored out in the open in Reading, PA, looking very sorry for themselves....More
Sep 15, 2015

Tracking Caribou In The Wild Woods Of New Jersey

A large collection of DHC-4 Caribou are owned by Pen Turbo Aviation in Cape May, many of which have been stored here for almost 20 years....More
Sep 14, 2015

Yo Ho Orion!

The German navy resumed P-3C Orion flights Sept. 14 in support of the EU's Operation Atalanta counter-piracy mission off the Somali coast, providing....More
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Aviation Week is approaching its 100th anniversary in 2016. In a series of blogs, our editors highlight editorial content from the magazine's long and rich history.


Oct 8, 2015

The Case Of The Missing F-117 Parts (2001) 24

How AW&ST found out what had happened to the remains of a shot-down F-117....More
Sep 18, 2015

The U.S.-Russian Moon Landing That Never Happened (1963) 9

U.S. President John F. Kennedy is well known for the 1961 speech to Congress in which he made the Apollo program a national goal....More
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