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FOURTH BUT FIRST
While the US Air Force was busy celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2017, the 4th Fighter Wing at Seymour Johnson AFB in North Carolina was marking its 75th. James Deboer flies with the USAF’s largest F-15E Strike Eagle wing, a unit that never stands still

TRAINING ‘HAVOCS’ FOR RUSSIA
Babak Taghvaee details how the Russian Aerospace Forces are preparing to receive their first examples of the new Mi-28UB — a combat training helicopter based on the now familiar Night Hunter gunship

FLASHBACK
Combat Aircraft’s new regular feature looking at squadrons and types that are gone but not forgotten — this month it’s the EA-7Ls of VAQ-34, the appropriately named ‘Flashbacks’

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WAKE ISLAND AVENGERS
Every squadron has a unique tale of its history and heritage, and none more so than VMFA-211. Steeped in battle honors and now leading from the front in the F-35B program, Jamie Hunter and Richard Collens find that the ‘Avengers’ have an incredible story to tell…

RISE OF THE MIGHTY DRAGON
The Chengdu J-20A stealth fighter was officially commissioned into PLAAF service on September 28 this year. Andreas Rupprecht looks at the aircraft’s history so far

POLAR EXPRESS
There are very few places as hostile and challenging to fly as the Arctic. From April to August each year, the New York Air National Guard’s 109th Airlift Wing heads to Greenland and does just that, as Neil Dunridge reports

AND MUCH MORE!


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