Aviation News Journal
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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.
The Academia da Força Aérea (AFA, Air Force Academy) of the Força Aérea Brasileira (FAB, Brazilian Air Force) is located at Pirassununga Air Base in São Paulo state, just under 200 km north of São Paulo.
When thinking about interceptors, Britain’s English Electric Lightning, the Soviet MiG-25 and American Century Series fighters immediately come to mind, but what about the early jet-powered interceptors? What about pioneering subsonic aircraft which, although ground-breaking at the time, are often forgotten?