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Combat Aircraft Monthly Magazine, May 2011 Issue

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WORLD NEWS US Marine Corps signs for F-35C Second Sukhoi T-50 flies Typhoon drops Paveway IV Libyan rescue missions Japan's tsunami tragedy PLUS! Special reports on the Libyan crisis and Lakenheath F-15Es in Sardinia FRONT LINE Our hard-hitting regular column by Robert F. Dorr BOEING WINS KC-X The USAF has finally awarded its KC-X contract. On February 24, it was announced Boeing had beaten European rival EADS in the competition to build 179 new tankers. David Axe and Jon Lake evaluate the outcome of this fascinating procurement project NIMROD R1 REPRIEVED As Combat Aircraft closed for press, growing rumors suggested that the out-of-service date for Britain's signals intelligence Nimrod R1s, planned for March 31, 2011, would be delayed. Jon Lake reviews how a continuing need for the capabilities of the Nimrods has arisen Fight Club Andy Wolfe flies with the USAF Weapons School exclusively for Combat Aircraft, while Jamie Hunter meets key members of the school whose imperative it is to ensure that Air Combat Command's airmen are kept at the top of their game HYPER VIPERS Though all F-16s share a common configuration, and look very similar, the Fighting Falcon has been dramatically developed and improved over the years. Jon Lake details the Block 50 variants and beyond, also known as the 'Hyper Vipers' ADIOS MIRAGE A new version of Dassault's classic fighter was introduced to Latin America from 1978, with the arrival of the powerful Mirage F1 in Ecuador. For more than three decades, these jets spearheaded the Ecuadorian AF's air defense capabilities, as Santiago Rivas reports WINGS OF GOLD As a tribute to the Centenary of Naval Aviation we feature Tyson V. Rininger's fabulous photograph of the world's only flying SB2C Helldiver flying on formation with a retro-painted F/A-18C Hornet from VFA-122 'Flying Eagles' EAGLE RESURGENT David Axe examines how the USAF's remaining F-15C Eagles are now toting advanced actively-scanned radars to allow them to work in concert with 'silver bullet' F-22 Raptors BRAWLER NATION In one violent year in Afghanistan, the US Army's Task Force Brawler changed the face of US Army aviation forever. John R. Bruning reports from the front line, exclusively for Combat Aircraft AERO INDIA 2011 When the country in possession of the world's fourth-largest air force hosts an international aerospace exhibition, it is bound to be a notable affair, as Dr Andreas Zeitler discovered. Additional reporting by Robert Hewson LEAN AND MEAN Igor Salinger attended the recent 'Usće' 2011 display exercise in Belgrade, which saw Serbia showcase a smaller, all-professional air force LONG LIVE THE PERSIAN SEA KING! With a third Sea King refurbished and re-delivered to the Iranian Navy, Babak Taghvaee looks at the eventful history of the ASH-3D In Iranian service TORNADO F3 FROM THE COCKPIT As the curtain comes down on the Tornado F3's illustrious service with the Royal Air Force, Ian Black remembers the early days of Tornado Air Defence Variant operations CUTTING EDGE Combat Aircraft's new monthly column reporting from the front line of aerospace technology, by David Axe
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