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The RAF's Red Arrows will be joined by aircraft from across the NATO alliance for the flypast over the summit at the Celtic Manor resort on Friday 5 September at 9am.
Live coverage of the second day of the Bournemouth Air Festival 2014, including traffic, weather, schedule, pictures and video Note: if you're viewing this using Google Chrome on a mobile or tablet you may need to manually refresh to get updates Everything from sub-sonic to slow speed from the Typhoon.
Shoreham Airshow will celebrate its 25th anniversary this weekend with a spectacular fly-by of the last two operational Lancaster bombers.
On a day with less-than-ideal flying conditions, featuring high winds and cloud that simply refused to budge, the crowds were still treated to a near-complete programme.
Defence minister Arun Jaitley-led panel decided all the 384 light-utility helicopters needed by the Army and IAF to replace their ageing Cheetah/Chetak fleets will be made in India with foreign collaboration.
FIRE crews were called to Durham Tees Valley Airport this morning, after the Mynarski Memorial Lancaster suffered an oil leak resulting in plumes of smoke coming from one of its engines.
Ten years in the making, Clive's unique silver Spitfire suddenly swerved out of control after what appeared to be a textbook landing and ended nose down at Wroughton airfield in 1984 ON a grey and cloudy Thursday afternoon 20 years ago a group of people are standing on the blustery downs above Swindon.
ON a grey and cloudy Thursday afternoon 20 years ago a group of people are standing on the blustery downs above Swindon.
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While South African soldiers were fighting for their lives in the CAR last year, a different battle was going on back at defence headquarters.
The cockpit demonstrator for the F-35 Lightning I I, a 5th Generation fighter jet was showcased by Lockheed Martin Wednesday morning at GKN Aerospace in Blue Ash to local officials and media.
THE skies of Glasgow were graced by a World War II icon this month as a Supermarine Spitfire fighter flew over the city.
Josephine Rachiele, 91, of West Babylon, was awarded a certificate of appreciation from the Town of Babylon for her work as a World War II "Rosie the Riveter" during a ceremony honoring Long Island defense industry workers held at the Museum of American Airpower in Farmingdale on Aug. 28, 2014.
ENACTMENT of the D-Day landings will propel Shoreham Airshow visitors back to the war-torn beaches of Normandy next weekend.
Sleek, sophisticated WW II fighters usually get more props than earlier era warbirds, but this 40-percent-scale Fokker E.1 may change your mind.
A Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is shown in this undated handout photo.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 02:31 am
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