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    AirForces Monthly - May issue - OUT NOW!

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    MiG-31: One of a kind
    Piotr Butowski examines the current status of the MiG-31 Foxhound, a Cold War-designed interceptor that recently returned to the news as the launch platform for one of Russias new super weapons the Kinzhal hypersonic missile.

    Training a Typhoon pilot: part two
    Concluding a two-part feature, Jamie Hunter returns to No 29 Squadron at RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire, to learn how Royal Air Force Typhoon pilot training has evolved in recent years.

    Serving in the shadows
    The Jandarma Havacılık Komutanlığı (Gendarmerie Aviation Command) is one of Turkeys most elusive air arms. Marco Dijkshoorn assesses its assets, capabilities and recent developments, in an article that includes a full order of battle and type-by-type fleet analysis.

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    Dragon Lady at war
    The US Air Forces U-2 Dragon Lady spy planes have played a key intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance role over Syria and Iraq since the start of Operation Inherent Resolve, as Babak Taghvaee recounts.

    Caimans in Mali
    A pair of Belgian Air Component NH90 TTHs have arrived in Africa for the first operational deployment of the forces Caiman helicopters, as Jos Schoofs explains.

    View to a kill part one
    In the first of a two-part feature, Douglas Barrie and Piotr Butowski review the short-range air-to-air missiles currently in service around the world.

    AND MUCH MORE!

    AirForces Monthly May issue is AVAILABLE NOW for just 4.95 from the Key Online Shop. Alternatively, you can purchase your copy from WHSmith, any other leading newsagents or download your digital copy here.

 

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