Two Greek pilots in a Apache attack helicopter were killed when their aircraft went down near Athens. read more »
Archive for July, 2010
Outgoing commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Gen. Roger Brady, told participants of a UAV conference that success of the UAV in Iraq and Afghanistan may not be repeated in future conflicts.
A federal jury in Hawaii will soon decide if a former engineer who worked on the B-2 is guilty of selling secrets to China. read more »
Holloman Air Force Base will lose both its F-22 squadrons under a new consolidation plan by the USAF. read more »
The U.S. Air Force announced that the Arctic Thunder air show will proceed despite the crash of a C-17 that took four lives. read more »
A Japanese appeals court ruled that Marine Corps Air Station Futenma in Okinawa, Japan is a hazard to residents living nearby. read more »
The U.S. Air Force is having difficulties finding enough pilots to fly its MC-12 Liberty surveillance aircraft.
A MQ-1 Predator drone overran the runway at Cannon Air Force Base on Wednesday morning. read more »
According to this article, a Boeing A160T unmanned helicopter crashed Wednesday afternoon two miles from a runway at Southern California Logistics Airport. read more »
Russian state arms exporter Rosoboronexport has refuted media reports that the S-300 air defense system has been exported to Azerbaijan. read more »