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Air International 2013-09
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NH90s usually operate in pairs for CSS missions, but in some cases fly with other types like the A129 Mangusta according to the mission needs.
Naval Strike Air Warfare Center F-16B BuNo 920458/’04', specially painted to mark the Centennial of Naval Aviation, taxies below the Fallon control tower.
An ATAC F-21 Kfir departs Fallon for an air wing sortie.
A two-ship of ATAC F-21 Kfirs depart for the Fallon range.
Italian Army Aviation air crews concentrated their initial activity on area familiarisation, flying reconnaissance missions day and night, and performing take offs and landings in all conditions at the various bases of the Regional Command West.
One of the five Italian Army Aviation NHIndustries NH90s (MM81532/'EI-217') now deployed to Herat, Afghanistan. The International Security Assistance Force has been using the new medium lift helicopters since September 2012 when they replaced Italian Navy Agusta-Bell AB 212ASWs.
Five C-17A flights were required to transport the INH90 quintet to Afghanistan.
The first Italian Army NH90 arrived at Herat on August 18, 2010 onboard a US air Force C-17A.
During the IOC period, NH90s were checked at an altitude of 7,500ft and temperatures of 26-30°C (equivalent to an altitude/density of 11,000ft). The highest temperature of 45°C were recorded at Farah in western Afghanistan.
NH90s usually operate in pairs for CSS missions, but in some cases fly with other types like the A129 Mangusta according to the mission needs.
Italian troops exit an Italian Army Aviation NH90 at Herat in Afghanistan.
A 7.62mm Oto Melara/Dillon M134D Gatling gun fitted to a retractable
Five C-17A flights were required to transport the INH90 quintet to Afghanistan.
The first Italian Army NH90 arrived at Herat on August 18, 2010 onboard a US air Force C-17A.
B-52H 61-0021 sits at the ready as the crew prepares to launch on a training mission from Andersen AFB, Guam.
(Left to right) SSgt Alexander Wheeler, SrA Anthony Rodriguez, SrA Daniel Babis, A1C Zachary Christy prepare an AGM-158 JASSM missile for loading onto B-52H 61-0012.
(Left to right) SSgt Justin Phillips, SrA Casey Darnell, A1C Derek Cabrera and SrA Luis Sanchez prepare to install a laser seeker on an inert 500lb BDU-50 bomb unit to make a GBU-12 laser-guided training round.
A maintenance crew prepare to push a 96th EBS aircraft back to its parking spot at Andersen AFB, Guam.
A view down the Andersen AFB ramp shows several B-52Hs; closest is the 96th EBS flagship, aircraft 60-0059.
B-52H 61-0019 departs Andersen AFB on a training sortie.
A B-52 flies through clouds on descent into Andersen AFB, Guam.
High over the Pacific Ocean during a training mission out of Andersen AFB, Guam.
Lt Kyle Fluker a 96th EBS pilot performs pre-flight checks on an engine nacelle.
A crew chief enters maintenance details into the aircraft’s logbook after the post-flight inspection.
Major Michael Hansen a 96th EBS radar navigator conducts a pre-flight check on a AAQ-28 Litening II targeting pod.
Major Michael Hansen a 96th EBS radar navigator looks into the AVQ-22 low-light television camera turret during pre-flight checks of the B-52's electro-optical viewing system.
Captain Jake Whitlock an electronic warfare officer from the 96th EBS performs a pre-flight inspection on an antenna.
A maintenance crew works on the flare canister in the B-52's tail section.
(Left to right) A1C Robert Knife, A1C Charles Ezeike and SSgt Billy Campbell load a parachute onto a B-52 during post sortie maintenance work at Andersen AFB, Guam.
Crew chiefs monitor engine start­up on a B-52H.
On short final to Andersen AFB, Guam.
Captain Robert Jeffrey a pilot with the 96th EBS works through the pre-flight checklist.
Lt Kyle Fluker a 96th EBS pilot manoeuvres his B-52 during a training mission.
Captain Jake Whitlock an electronic warfare officer from the 96th EBS runs tests on some of the B-52's on board computers as part of standard pre-flight preparations.
Close-up shot of a Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW-117) 'Wallbangers' E-2C Hawkeye on final approach to Fallon.
Will the arrival of more Airbus A380s at Heathrow reduce the number of aircraft movements?
One of ten Bombardier CRJ200s operated by South African Express, ZS-NMN (c/n 7237), sporting a new colour scheme to celebrate the recent inauguration of the direct flight linking Durban to Harare, Zimbabwe.
Two different tails illustrating the colours of the defunct Congo Express (near camera) and the current SA Express scheme.
CRJ200 ZS-NMD (c/n 7233) was delivered to SA Express in November 2006. The aircraft is seen landing at Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International.
CRJ700 ZS-NBG (c/n 10028) taxiing out at Bloemfontein airport for the return flight to Cape Town.
N177DN (c/n 25122), a Boeing 767-300ER, is one of 94 in operation with Delta.
EI-LNA (c/n 35304), Norwegian's first Boeing 787, on final approach to Barcelona International airport on July 5, 2013.
Since 2002 Norwegian has adorned the tails of its aircraft with deceased personalities. EI-LNA features Norwegian Olympic ice skating champion Sonja Henie.
CEO of Norwegian Bjorn Kjos watches on as a Boeing representative hands over the 787 keys to chief pilot Torstein Hoas at Everett on June 29, 2013.
The Air League says the Boeing 787's noise footprint is 60% smaller than that of the aircraft it will replace, keeping the noise footprint well within Heathrow's boundary.
Bjorn Kjos on the flight deck of Boeing 787 EI-LNA during its delivery flight from Seattle on June 29, 2013.
Norwegian squeezes 259 economy seats into its 787s.
Reclining seats in Norwegian's 787 premuim economy class offer a 48-inch pitch.
Norwegian's 787s feature an Android-based in-flight entertainment system which takes snack orders and boasts interactive maps.
Seen in the old house colours, VH-YCF was one of the original batch of aircraft purchased new by BAE Systems in 1991.
The Pacific Aerospace CT-4B Airtrainer is not a new aircraft, but it is perfectly suited to the flight training task and is fully aerobatic.
Students and instructors taxi their CT-4Bs out to Tamworth's purpose-built parallel runways for a morning training flight.
Painted in the new simplified colour scheme, CT-4B VH-YCV undergoes maintenance at Tamworth. BAE Systems is almost completely self-sufficient with regard to maintenance.
BAE Systems has acquired CT-4Bs from a number of sources and has brought them all up to an identical, if somewhat basic, cockpit configuration.
A student from the Royal Brunei Air Force is pictured with his BAE Systems Australian instructor before a training flight.
With the flat countryside of the Tamworth training area below and empty skies above, a BAE Systems instructor flies the CT-4B from the right seat.
A330-300, N819NW (msn 858), is one of 32 in service with Delta Air Lines. All of Delta's A330s are former Northwest Airlines aircraft that were registered to Delta on October 29, 2008 the day the US Department of Justice approved the merger between the two carriers.
The full-size mock-up of the MiG Skat unmanned strike jet aircraft shown in 2007
Two MiG UCAV projects. Toop - the Skat presented in 2007. Below - its development according to the patent registered by MiG and TsAGI in 2010. The UCAV has a wider wing centre section and an inverted-V tail
VFA-154's CAG-bird, F/A-18F Super Hornet BuNo 166873/'NH100', over the California desert.
A rare mixed echelon formation shot of VFA-147 and VFA-154 Super Hornets.
Lt Miller shakes his plane captain's hand after returning to Fallon in an F/A-18F Super Hornet.
Cdr John DePree, XO (now CO) of Strike Fighter Squadron 154 (VFA-154) 'Black Knights' checks his position before entering the break.
F-5N BuNo 761568/'12' of Fighter Composite Squadron 13 (VFC-13) 'Saints' touches down at Fallon after playing Red Air against squadrons assigned to CVW-11.
A VFA-147 maintainer examines the General Electric F414-GE-400 engines prior to a morning sortie.
An F/A-18E Super Hornet assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron 147 (VFA-147) Argonauts' launches a salvo of Zuni rockets at targets over the extensive Fallon range.
A rare mixed echelon formation shot of VFA-147 and VFA-154 Super Hornets.
A training missile ready for mounting on an F/A-18E Super Hornet.
Delta Air Lines currently operates a fleet of 117 MD-88s including N994DL (c/n 53546) which was delivered in January 1992.
The Inokhodets is a research and development project intended to result in an unmanned aerial system ready for series production.
SA Express operates a fleet of nine Q400s including ZS-NMO (c/n 4122) which was the first to enter service in April 2006.
Two different tails illustrating the colours of the defunct Congo Express (near camera) and the current SA Express scheme.
Sixteen Boeing 747-400s remain in service with Delta Air Lines including N671US (c/n 26477) seen on the stand at Tel Aviv-Ben Gurion International Airport.
The Sukhoi Zond-1 HALE has a 35m (115 ft) wing and two AI-222 turbofan engines.
The Sukhoi Zond-2 is an airborne early warning vehicle with a triangular 360 deg. antenna over the fuselage.
Design of the five-tonne Altius-M reconnaissance vehicle currently under development by OKB Sokol in Kazan.
Model of the Altius-M shown to new Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu (second from left) during his visit to Kazan in February 2013.
The three vehicles of Yakovlev Proryv family: reconnaissance Proryv-R in the left, early warning Proryv-RLD on the right and the strike Proryv-U between them.
The final design of the Myasishchev M-62 Oryol is similar to Boeing's Condor all-bonded composite UAV which was flown in a 141-hour flight-test prgramme between 1988 and 1989.
Two radio-transparent fuselages of the Sukhoi S-62 fit side-looking radar antennas.
High-altitude long-endurance Oryol designed in the 1980s by the Yakovlev design bureau.
Delta Air Lines' Boeing 737-800, N3758Y (c/n 30814), was painted in the Sky Team special colour scheme in September 2012.