Modified Japanese ship welcomes first F-35B operations

In early October, two Lockheed Martin F-35B fighters of the United States Marine Corps carried out the first type recoveries and launches from JS Izumo, one of the two helicopter carriers of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF). to be modified to meet F-35 operations in advance. the arrival of …

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Flight schools order 30 Cessna 172 Skyhawks

Textron Aviation announced two orders this week for a total of 30 of its Cessna piston monos. Twenty Cessna 172 Skyhawks will go to Sichuan Longhao Flight Training in China. It will use the high-wing planes, which will be delivered throughout 2022, for primary pilot training in southwest and central …

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Honda will develop the eVTOL aircraft

In addition to clean operation, eVTOL offers safety at a level equivalent to that of commercial passenger aircraft. Due to these characteristics, the race to develop eVTOL aircraft is becoming more and more vigorous. However, all-electric eVTOL aircraft face a range issue due to the limited battery capacity. Therefore, the …

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US Navy sold two veterans aircraft carriers for pennies

The US Navy has closed the sale of two aircraft carriers, USS Kitty Hawk and USS John F. Kennedy to a Texas-based shipbreaking company for one cent each, USA Today reported. Made from high quality metal, ships are a great resource for recycling. From tugs to military grade vessels, ships …

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EAATS holds groundbreaking ceremony for UH-60V

Brad Rhen for Joint Forces Headquarters – Pennsylvania National Guard | October 7, 2021 Estimated reading time 7 minutes, 56 seconds. The U.S. Army on Wednesday unveiled the latest variant of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, the UH-60V, in a ceremony at the Eastern National Guard aviation training site in …

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The Center has aviation in its blood

By ERWIN CHLANDA Great stories about flying can be heard all over Australia. But in The Alice, they include the first accounts of one of the world’s biggest airlines, Qantas. Before his cadets were jumbo captains, they battled the elements – heat, wind, dust, rain – in tiny single-engine planes, …

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