Air Forces & Military Aircraft

On this Air Force Portal you’ll discover a variety of media covering air force training, close air support and air operations. Subjects covered include military aircraft (Super Hornet and the Erurofighter Typhoon) and military avionics, ariel and preditor drones, UAVs and UCAVs as well as technical developments, investments and requirements.

Typhoon enters next phase of development

Contributor: Rory Jackson
Posted: 11/11/2015

Typhoon enters next phase of development - Rory Jackson

Eurofighter has revealed that the integration of multiple new systems and capabilities onto their Typhoon fighter jet is now ‘well advanced’ and ‘delivering promising results’, with customers having recently tested the aircraft’s latest software suite in a series of air-to-air and air-to-surface scenarios in the UK. Full Article »

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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. Full Video »

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Interview: Lt Col Harald Høiback

Posted: 4/9/2013

Interview: Lt Col Harald Høiback -

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 Høiback ahead of this year’s event. Full Podcast »

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ISR and AEW Aircraft Market Report 2016

The global market for airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% between 2013 and 2023, despite shrinking military budgets - airborne ISR represents the eyes and ears of modern defence forces, and major U.S. projects such as the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) have attracted attention from leading aerospace and defence companies all over the world, including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and Boeing. Now, the rest of the world is following suit. Full Sector Report »

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