Air Forces & Military Aircraft

The  latest on military aviation news and air force requirements from around the globe at Defence IQ’s online defence  airforce portal. With exclusive insight into fighter jet programs  like the F-35 and SU-25 to faa drone regulations, we hope to cover all your needs.

Contributor: Yousuf Malik
Posted: 11/02/2016
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In March this year, Silicon Valley types were abuzz with the news of how Google’s new Artificial Intelligence, AlphaGo, or AI in the jargon, took on the world’s best player of Go, a fiendishly complex board game, and won a decisive 4-1 victory.  This is a far cry from when IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer beat chess grandmaster, Gary Kasparov in Full Article »
Posted: 05/19/2015
Military Flight Training: Behind the scenes at the 2014 conference

Take a look at this video from behind the scenes at the Military Flight Training (MFT) conference that took place in London, UK in March 2014. It features coverage of the coverage and exclusive interviews with some of the speakers. MFT is the annual general meeting for the international flight training community and a permanent fixture in the diary for Air Force officials and industry leaders around the world.

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Posted: 04/09/2013
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Interview: Lt Col Harald Hùiback What can history teach us about the implementation of Air Power strategy today? To what extent can, does or should public perception influence military approaches to Air Power doctrine? These questions and more are answered by 2013 Fighter Nordic speaker LtCol Harald Hùiback ahead of this year’s event. Full Podcast »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 11/29/2016
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Pall Aerospace goes into depth about the unique ways its filter technology has been changing the defence and aerospace sectors for decades, particularly when it comes to preventing military helicopters from ingesting dust, sand, snow and other dangerous particles to keep forces mission-ready. Read the full feature here. Full Sector Report »