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NEWS RAFALES, REAPERS & CARACALS Jan Kraak provides details of French success with export sales, missile firings and UAV combat operations. GUARDIAN EAGLES OVER EUROPE Kees van der Mark reports on the first deployment to Europe of a US Air National Guard F-15s in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve. GRIPEN WILL NEVER GROW OLD Saab is confident in the future potential of its flagship Gripen, as David Oliver discovers. WAR OVER THE NORTH SEA Kees van der Mark visited Leeuwarden Air Base for Exercise Frisian Flag 2015. TANKERS TRAINING TOGETHER Kees van der Mark outlines the second European Air-to-Air Refuelling Training exercise. BATTLES, TRANSFERS & TROUBLES Robert F Dorr provides the latest stories from around the US Air Force. STILL STRONG DESPITE SEQUESTRATION Modernisation of US Army types remains good business for industry, as Andrew Drwiega found out. UNMANNED AIR REFUELLING Rick stories from the US Navy. AIR TASK GROUP DEPLOYMENT Nigel Pittaway explains the commandera€ s perspective on the Royal Australian Air Forcea€ s mission in the Middle East. FIGHTERS & TANKERS: THE HOT TOPIC IN ASIA Nigel Pittaway focuses on the top stories from around Asia. AIRBUS SEES EASTERN PROMISE Airbus predicts solid growth in the Asia-Pacific market, as Nigel Pittaway analyses the figures. Features THE GULF TRENDSETTER Andreas Spaeth profiles Qatar Airways and interviews its ebullient Chief Executive Officer, Akbar Al Baker. LIFTING THE LID ON PHANTOM SWIFT Andrew Drwiega investigates Boeinga€ s VTOL X-Plane. SAUDIa€ S SUPER EAGLE Jon Lake presents the most capable version of the F-15 Eagle ever built. BREAKING THE ICE Mark Broadbent spoke to the German scientists who are researching new ways of measuring and tackling aircraft icing. THOROUGHBRED TBM Dave Unwin flew the powerful new TBM900 turboprop. TOWARDS TOMORROWa€ S US FIGHTER ENGINE Chris Kjelgaard explains the variable-cycle engine: a possible power plant for the next-generation of US fighters. STANDSTILL OR RESPITE? Is Russiaa€ s fifth-generation PAK FA fighter programme still on track? Piotr Butowski investigates. A NEW GLOBAL STRATEGY Bombardier Aerospacea€ s Global 7000 and Global 8000 are the longest range business jets ever designed. Chris Kjelgaard profiles the two jets. CHINOOK MARK SIX Ian Harding discovers what makes the RAFa€ s new Chinook HC6 different from earlier variants. AIR PARADE Piotr Butowski witnessed the Russian militarya€ s annual flypast over Moscow.
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