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    AirForces Monthly February issue OUT NOW



    Featuring:

    Phantoms West
    The end is nigh for the much-loved F-4 Phantom II in the US military but, as Gary Wetzel explains, the old jet is still performing an important function for the US Air Force.

    Training Hard to Fight Easy
    Lewis Gaylard visited the Royal Navy's Commando Helicopter Force, based at RNAS Yeovilton in Somerset, to see what the future holds.


    French Special Forces Come of Age
    Yves Debay explains the structure of the French Special Forces Command on its 20th Anniversary and finds out how it trains with Army helicopters.

    A Hit at 45
    Bob Archer describes the McDonnell Douglas A-4 Ayit, better known as the Skyhawk, as it reaches its 45th anniversary in Israeli Air Force service.


    Nuclear Days
    Even though the Cold War has ended, Europe's air forces still have a nuclear capability. Pieter Baastiens assesses the facts.

    Force Report: Afghan National Army Air Force

    Alan Warnes looks at the air force's evolution since the US-led coalition began the modernisation process five years ago.

    and much more!

    AirForces Monthly February issue is AVAILABLE NOW for just £4.50 from WHSmith and other leading newsagents. Alternatively, order your copy from our online shop or download a digital version here.

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    Yves Debay shot

    Yves Debay, the author of the article about french special forces was shot in Syria by a sniper 01/17.
    RIP

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