The Canadian Armed Forces is set to participate in the largest NATO exercise in decades, that will serve to rehearse NATO’s Deterrence and Defence plans to counter threats to the Euro-Atlantic area.
Pioneering flying car, the Switchblade, recently completed its maiden flight in Washington State.
This year’s annual convention turned out to be another record-setting year. Attendance was approximately 677,000, up from the previous record of 650,000 last year. But attendance numbers weren’t the only record.
Air superiority depends heavily on the application of superior training and tactics. Jimmy Thach was a true pioneer of the development and application of effective aerial combat tactics.
Piper has often been often called the 'Henry Ford of aviation,’ due to his ability to make aviation more accessible to the general public.
June saw an unprecedented number of movements of military aircraft all over Germany and the surrounding region. The reason: Exercise Air Defender 2023. More than 250 aircraft, including some 190 fighter jets, and more than 10,000 soldiers from 25 countries were on the move for two weeks.
From 3 to the 7 July, the Aeronautica Militare (AM – Italian Air Force) held its yearly SAR (Search and Rescue) training exercise. This year, the event took place at Frosinone Air Base in the Lazio region, southeast of Rome.
In April, the 5th edition of the biennial airshow, Feria Aeroespacial México (FAMEX, Mexico Aerospace Fair) was held. The location was the completely renovated and upgraded airbase of Santa Lucía, just north of Mexico City.
Every year, the Turkish Air Force and allied nations gather at Konya Air Base in the middle of Turkey for Anatolian Eagle.
Colonel DRY has been serving with the Gendarmerie Air Forces since 2006 and has about 4000 flight hours on various types of helicopters, and he still flies about 180 hours per year. He told us about the history, organization, and training within the Gendarmerie Air Forces.
Reliable Robotics and NASA completed first-of-its-kind flight tests to advance aviation safety. Data collected will serve to validate the use of existing surveillance radars to detect and avoid aircraft.
Airbus Canada, Pratt & Whitney Canada, and SAF+ Consortium will collaborate on next generation sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), supported by the Government of Quebec. Image courtesy of SAF+ Consortium.