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    AirForces Monthly - December Issue - OUT NOW!


    ‘Rhinos’ at Andravida
    The glory days of the F-4 in Europe are now over, and in Greece only one squadron remains. Gert Kromhout speaks to the Phantom drivers of 338 Mira.

    Italy’s desert wind
    The Italian Air Force’s versatile AMX fighter-bomber is now found solely at Istrana air base, in the north of the country. Roy van Sonsbeek, Robin Coenders and Niels Roman visited the home of the ‘Ghibli’ and the 51° Stormo.

    Polish Air Force at 100
    AFM completes its review of the three Polish air arms with an analysis of the air force in its centenary year, as Bartek Bera and Filip Modrzejewski examine the most significant force to wear the famous red and white chequerboard.

    Future fighters
    The market for manned fighter aircraft has been estimated to be larger than at any time since the end of the Cold War. Jon Lake looks at some of these programmes and explains why the long-predicted ‘rise of the machines’ has not materialised in quite the way many had expected, and how tomorrow’s fighters might differ from today’s combat aircraft.

    Sentry successor
    Reports emerged over the summer that the Royal Air Force is looking to replace its ageing fleet of Boeing E-3D Sentry airborne early warning and control aircraft. Tim Ripley examines the options.

    Operação Ostium
    Sérgio Santana describes the most recent operation organised by the Brazilian Air Force - Operação Ostium - intended to thwart drug running along the country’s borders.

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