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    Combat Aircraft December issue - FREE 2018 Calendar!



    FREE 2018 CALENDAR!



    Also in this issue:


    PROWLERS LAST CRUSADE
    The Marine Corps Grumman EA-6B Prowler fleet may be old and nearing retirement, but with just two squadrons remaining, its still in demand. As VMAQ-2 Death Jesters participates in the Weapons and Tactics Instructor course at MCAS Yuma, Arizona, for the last time, Jamie Hunter and Rich Cooper look at the final chapter of the Prowler

    THE BRIEFING
    Combat Aircrafts new regular column by Robert Beckhusen, taking a look behind the headlines this month evaluating the US Air Force pilot crisis

    ELECTRIC VIKINGS
    Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Washington State may not receive the attention of some of the more renowned Master Jet Bases, but it is equally important as the home of the naval electronic attack community. Erik Bruijns and Mark de Greeuw meet EA-18G training unit VAQ-129 Vikings


    HEROES IN TRAINING: PART ONE
    Rich Cooper embeds with the US Navys Training Air Wing One at NAS Meridian, Mississippi, to report on the process of training future naval aviators and hear how the service is coping with the T-45s challenges at a hard time for the community

    BULGARIAN HORSE
    From July until early November, Italian Air Force Eurofighter F-2000s flew alongside Bulgarian MiG-29s at Graf Ignatievo air base. Giovanni Colla and Remo Guidi joined them to see NATOs Enhanced Air Policing mission

    UNMANNED AMBITION
    The countdown is on for the US Navy to field its first operational carrier-based unmanned aerial vehicle, the MQ-25 Stingray. Its first job will be to refuel other carrier aircraft. Robert Beckhusen explores the complicated legacy behind one of the MQ-25 contenders: the Northrop Grumman X-47B

    THE FIGHTING FIRST
    As the Republic of Singapore Air Force gears up to celebrate its golden jubilee during 2018, one of its squadrons has plenty of reasons to cheer. Roy Choo reports on 140 Squadron Ospreys

    READINESS IN RESERVE

    With Marine Corps aviation currently in the middle of across-the-board transitions from legacy equipment to new or upgraded aircraft, Joe Copalman evaluates how these changes are impacting the Corps reserve wing, the 4th MAW

    COMBAT BADGERS
    Truax Field Air National Guard Base is home to the 115th Fighter Wing, part of the Wisconsin ANG. The wings 176th Fighter Squadron has been equipped with the F-16C/D since 1993, as Frank Crbas and Stephan de Bruijn describe

    and much more!


    Pick up your copy now, direct from www.combataircraft.net or in leading newsagents. Alternatively, you can download a digital edition here - bit.ly/2dMXDNc

 

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