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by AeroResource
Wed Mar 18, 2015 8:46 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Nellis Aggressor Squadrons
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Nellis Aggressor Squadrons

Nellis Aggressor Squadrons Aggressor aircraft in their distinctive colour schemes are a common sight at Nellis AFB and over the Nevada Test and Training Range. However, with the recent deactivation the 65th Aggressor Squadron consigning the Russian aircraft marked Eagles to the annals of history, a...
by AeroResource
Wed Mar 18, 2015 8:46 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: UK MoD Upgrades Helicopter Fleet
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Views: 2644

UK MoD Upgrades Helicopter Fleet

UK MoD Upgrades Helicopter Fleet In a manner not seen since it came of age in Vietnam, Afghanistan has thrown a spotlight onto the vital role of the helicopter in fighting and winning modern conflicts. As part of the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review, the Ministry of Defence outlined their...
by AeroResource
Wed Mar 18, 2015 8:45 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Atlantic Resolve A-10s at Lakenheath
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Atlantic Resolve A-10s at Lakenheath

Atlantic Resolve A-10s at Lakenheath Four years after their last appearance in the United Kingdom, the fearsome A-10C Thunderbolt II has returned at RAF Lakenheath. Operated as a Theatre Security Package under Operation Atlantic Resolve, the aircraft are deployed at Spangdahlem AB in Germany – but ...
by AeroResource
Mon Mar 09, 2015 6:06 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Northolt Nightshoot XVIII
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Views: 2634

Northolt Nightshoot XVIII

Northolt Nightshoot XVIII Northolt Nightshoot XVIII doesn't really need introduction from us, given the popularity of these events with the enthusiast community. Whilst this was the 18th in the long series of nightshoots, it also marked the 100th anniversary of RAF Northolt, which celebrated the oc...
by AeroResource
Thu Feb 26, 2015 7:46 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Lightning Preservation Group Nightshoot
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Views: 2616

Lightning Preservation Group Nightshoot

Lightning Preservation Group Nightshoot Protecting the Protectors - Tracing their roots back to RAF Binbrook’s Crash Gate 2, the Lightning Preservation Group (LPG), hold a number of events through the year which have become a ‘must’ on many an enthusiasts calendar. Jamie Ewan travelled to their hom...
by AeroResource
Sun Feb 15, 2015 4:28 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Red Flag 15-1
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Views: 761

Red Flag 15-1

Red Flag 15-1 Nellis Air Force Base has become synonymous with the Red Flag exercises. Every year, aviation enthusiasts from all over the world make the trek to the desert, north east of Las Vegas to watch the spectacle of the premiere military aircraft training exercise taking place. Jason Grant a...
by AeroResource
Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:28 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: AeroResource 2014 Highlights
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Views: 702

AeroResource 2014 Highlights

AeroResource 2014 Highlights January is normally a pretty dull month for aviation. The airshow season is a dim and distant memory, night shoots and other events are quickly fading and generally the weather precludes too many of us from getting out and about. Couple this with the usual post-Christma...
by AeroResource
Fri Jan 09, 2015 5:22 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: II(AC) Squadron Typhoon Activation
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Views: 698

II(AC) Squadron Typhoon Activation

II(AC) Squadron Typhoon Activation On 9 January 2015 the next chapter of II(AC) Squadron starts as one of the oldest Squadrons in the Royal Air Force swaps its Tornado GR4s for Eurofighter Typhoons. http://www.aeroresource.co.uk/articles/2015/2-squadron-typhoon-activation/images/Niall-Paterson_2-sq...
by AeroResource
Thu Dec 11, 2014 8:35 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Biggin Hill Nightshoot
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Views: 954

Biggin Hill Nightshoot

Biggin Hill Nightshoot Biggin Hill is an historic airfield which requires no introduction for most aviation enthusiasts having formerly been RAF Biggin Hill. During the airfield’s time in RAF service, based squadrons took a lead role in the air defence of London when it was used by the Royal Flying...
by AeroResource
Thu Dec 11, 2014 8:35 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: First RAF A400M Delivery
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Views: 710

First RAF A400M Delivery

First RAF A400M Delivery Starting life as the Future International Military Airlifter (FIMA), the Airbus Military A400M took to the air for the first time on 11 December 2009. Now, nearly 5 years on, the Royal Air Force has taken delivery of the first of their 22 planned airframes. Jamie Ewan was a...
by AeroResource
Mon Oct 27, 2014 6:15 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Northolt Nightshoot XVII
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Views: 898

Northolt Nightshoot XVII

Northolt Nightshoot XVII The nightshoots at Northolt have become a ‘must do’ for many enthusiasts and often set the standard when it comes to lighting, aircraft and organisation. Adam Duffield headed to London for the 17th event - the second of 2014 - to see what organiser Phillip Dawe and his team...
by AeroResource
Mon Oct 27, 2014 6:15 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Sea Vixen Homecoming
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Views: 729

Sea Vixen Homecoming

Sea Vixen Homecoming On Tuesday 16th September 2014 de Havilland Sea Vixen XP924 (G-CVIX), nicknamed ‘Foxy Lady’, was gifted to the Fly Navy Heritage Trust at a ceremony at RNAS Yeovilton in the presence of dignitaries, veterans and guests. Richard Freail was there on behalf of AeroResource. http:/...
by AeroResource
Mon Oct 27, 2014 6:14 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Old Warden Pageant Airshow 2014
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Views: 674

Old Warden Pageant Airshow 2014

Old Warden Pageant Airshow 2014 For fans of truly vintage aircraft, there is nowhere else in the country where you can experience the excitement of early aviation quite like the Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden. Ben Montgomery reports from a beautiful Shuttleworth Pageant Airshow, with a few v...
by AeroResource
Thu Sep 11, 2014 4:37 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Sywell Great War Show
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Views: 827

Sywell Great War Show

Sywell Great War Show Found in the heart of Northamptonshire, Sywell Aerodrome under the eyes of brothers Jack and Geoff Linnell opened in 1928 occupying merely the western portion of the present airfield. Home to air races and displays during its early days, the grass aerodrome soon became a hub o...
by AeroResource
Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:23 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Air14 Payerne - First Weekend
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Views: 752

Air14 Payerne - First Weekend

Air14 Payerne - First Weekend On 31st July 1914 the first incarnation of the Swiss Air Force was formed as a direct result of World War One using commandeered aircraft. Now, 100 years later, the centenary is being marked by a four day airshow spread over two weekends. Adam Duffield attended the fir...
by AeroResource
Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:22 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Dawlish Airshow 2014
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Views: 673

Dawlish Airshow 2014

Dawlish Airshow 2014 The quiet and quaint seaside town of Dawlish is one of the smallest yet highly attended airshows of the season. The award winning show put on by Kev Wills and his team brings families and enthusiasts en masse to this natural amphitheatre. Duncan Monk reports from a packed Smugg...
by AeroResource
Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:22 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Avro Bombers: Lancaster & Vulcan Reunion
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Views: 684

Avro Bombers: Lancaster & Vulcan Reunion

Avro Bombers: Lancaster & Vulcan Reunion There is no doubt that the vibrant warbird scene in the UK has seen some impressive - and often unique - formations and events over recent years, but even one year ago a meeting of two flying Lancasters and the sole flying Vulcan would have been dismissed as...
by AeroResource
Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:46 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Smithsonian Institution Washington
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Views: 796

Smithsonian Institution Washington

Smithsonian Institution Washington The Smithsonian Institution comprises of 19 free national museums that hold some of the most significant documents and artefacts in American history. Two of these, located in downtown Washington D.C and Chantilly, VA, make up Smithsonian Air and Space. AeroResourc...
by AeroResource
Thu Aug 14, 2014 8:01 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Farnborough International Airshow 2014
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Views: 744

Farnborough International Airshow 2014

Held bi-annually, Farnborough International Air Show is one of the world's largest exhibitions and air displays, with billions in trade deals struck and new concepts exhibited during the five-day trade show - followed by two days of public air shows. Adam Chittenden reports for AeroResource after a ...
by AeroResource
Fri Aug 08, 2014 9:27 pm
Forum: AeroResource Articles
Topic: Canadian Lancaster Arrival
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Views: 1047

Canadian Lancaster Arrival

Check out our latest article on the Canadian Lancaster arrival earlier today, covered by Jamie Ewan.

http://www.aeroresource.co.uk/articles/ ... r-arrival/

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