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South African Air Force Hawk Fighters/Trainers in formation.

With a total of 24 Hawk in its inventory, of which three are believed to be unserviceable thanks to accidents, the SAAF could set up a separate Hawk squadron with 12 aircraft. This would leave nine aircraft at the Limpopo base for training purposes.

https://flic.kr/p/rwYDDj | Canberra XH134 | In 1951 The RAF's first jet powered bomber, the canberra, entered service with the royal air force. it was unarmed and relied on highspeed to escape enemy fighters.   The 'English Electric' Canberra was sold to air forces all over the world and a total 1,347 were built. During its first ten years of service with the RAF, the Canberra broke nineteen flight records and three altitude records including winning the London to New Zealand Air Race in…

https://flic.kr/p/rwYDDj | Canberra XH134 | In 1951 The RAF's first jet powered bomber, the canberra, entered service with the royal air force. it was unarmed and relied on highspeed to escape enemy fighters. The 'English Electric' Canberra was sold to air forces all over the world and a total 1,347 were built. During its first ten years of service with the RAF, the Canberra broke nineteen flight records and three altitude records including winning the London to New Zealand Air Race in…

Textron Scorpion jet.

The low-cost fighters to serve tomorrow’s air forces. Fighter jets, like the Lockheed are becoming increasingly expensive. Angus Batey reports on a new breed of plane poised to take to the skies.

Antonov-26 ROSE AIR

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Swedish Air Force Saab JAS-39 Gripen Fighter

Back in 2006 Lockheed Martin and the Lightning II team were facing difficulties and controversies in Norway.

The Canberra was the first jet powered bomber to serve with the Royal Air Force and the type made its maiden flight in 1949. The type was not retired by the RAF until June 2006! The basic design can be traced to a 1944 Air Ministry requirement for a successor to the de Havilland Mosquito, This called for a high altitude, high speed bomber with no defensive armament and English Electric won the contract to build an aircraft that would fly fast and high enough to avoid air-to-air combat…

Plane fans can bid for classic collection of post-war planes

The Canberra was the first jet powered bomber to serve with the Royal Air Force…

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Employing fly-by-wire technology, the prototype General Dynamics completed its first flight over Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.

Royal Canadian Air Force British Aerospace (BAe) CT-155 Hawk

Preparing to depart the 2004 Royal International Air Tattoo. - Photo taken at Fairford (FFD / EGVA) in England, United Kingdom on July

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