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In an Air Force setting that is locked on being financially-conscious and proactive under the current financial challenges, the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, at the request of the 418th Flight Test Squadron here, is working with the squadron through the implementation of the school's Test Management Project, or TMP, to come up with a more cost-effective way of conducting dummy drop parachute testing for the Air Force.

 
 

 

 

 
World leaders to land on helipads in the Kremlin
• World leaders to land on helipads in the Kremlin
— The all-weather 4162-square metre Helicopter Pad 1 built on the grounds of the Moscow Kremlin n....>>
 
F-16 crashes near Arizona Air Force base
• F-16 crashes near Arizona Air Force base
— Two pilots safely ejected before an F-16 crashed Wednesday night near Luke Air Force Base in Gl....>>
 
North Korean leader distributes ‘Mein Kampf’ to officials
• North Korean leader distributes ‘Mein Kampf’ to officials
— Kim Jong-un urges subordinates to study the German dictator’s manifesto as a leadership skills ....>>
 
Boeing to lead sales of KC-390 in key MidEast markets
• Boeing to lead sales of KC-390 in key MidEast markets
— Embraer and Boeing are partnering on the sales and marketing of Embraer's KC-390 – a multi-miss....>>
 
Boeing Gets $4B US Army Chinook Deal

• Boeing Gets $4B US Army Chinook Deal

 
 
US Air Force strips 17 officers of nuclear missile power after several bad reviews • US Air Force strips 17 officers of nuclear missile power after several bad reviews  
 
US Navy issued Request for Proposals for VXX
• US Navy issued Request for Proposals for VXX
— Department of the Navy seeks presidential helicopter replacement. Today the Navy issued a Reque....>>
 
Canadian Improvements to search and rescue pledged after auditor complaints
• Canadian Improvements to search and rescue pledged after auditor complaints
— Days after the auditor general's sharp warning about Canada's search-and-rescue capability, the....>>
 
Upgraded MH-60S OFT For US Navy Re-Enters Service At NAS North Island
• Upgraded MH-60S OFT For US Navy Re-Enters Service At NAS North Island
— Technology Refresh Completed By CAE. The United States Navy has declared an updated MH-60S "Sie....>>
 
The Van Horn Way
• The Van Horn Way
— In aeronautical engineering, success can often be based on failure — that ability to learn from....>>
 
  XAIRFORCES NEWS ARCHIVES: News & Headlines
Turkish TAI Anka Recce UAV Ready For Operational Service (11/1/2011)
Turkey Finally Lands Its TAI T-129 Attack Helicopters (11/1/2011)
Robinson Helicopter Sees Orders Surge (10/25/2011)
Stealth fighter maker declares interest in building Canadian search planes (10/12/2011)
'Second-hand' boost for RI's air defense (10/11/2011)
Finmeccanica SMAT F1 UAS Project (10/7/2011)
Hong Kong Government Flying Service order Two Challenger 605 (10/4/2011)
Lockheed C-130J Super Hercules Delivered (9/24/2011)
The first C-27J is flying the skies of Mexico (9/24/2011)
US Team Prepares For Summer In Antarctica (9/23/2011)
Air Greenland orders 2 EC225 helicopters for use in all-weather missions (9/14/2011)
Boeing Receives USAAF Contract for A-10 Avionics Modernization (9/8/2011)
UH-72A Lakota Selected and Delivered for the Mission (9/6/2011)
Boeing Receives UK Contract for 14 New Chinooks (9/3/2011)
Army Enlisting Unmanned Systems for Supply Missions (8/28/2011)
U.S. Navy conducts JSOW (Joint Standoff Weapon) C-1 free-flight testing (7/13/2011)
Alenia launches gunship variant of C-27J (6/22/2011)
Turkey develops domestic missile, rocket (6/19/2011)
Boeing-Airbus tanker war heats up as deadline nears (6/2/2011)
A floating Special Pilatus PC-6 Seaplane (5/30/2011)
 
Turkish TAI Anka Recce UAV Ready For Operational Service (11/1/2011)
Turkey Finally Lands Its TAI T-129 Attack Helicopters (11/1/2011)
Robinson Helicopter Sees Orders Surge (10/25/2011)
Stealth fighter maker declares interest in building Canadian search planes (10/12/2011)
'Second-hand' boost for RI's air defense (10/11/2011)
Finmeccanica SMAT F1 UAS Project (10/7/2011)
Hong Kong Government Flying Service order Two Challenger 605 (10/4/2011)
Lockheed C-130J Super Hercules Delivered (9/24/2011)
The first C-27J is flying the skies of Mexico (9/24/2011)
US Team Prepares For Summer In Antarctica (9/23/2011)
Air Greenland orders 2 EC225 helicopters for use in all-weather missions (9/14/2011)
Boeing Receives USAAF Contract for A-10 Avionics Modernization (9/8/2011)
UH-72A Lakota Selected and Delivered for the Mission (9/6/2011)
Boeing Receives UK Contract for 14 New Chinooks (9/3/2011)
Army Enlisting Unmanned Systems for Supply Missions (8/28/2011)
U.S. Navy conducts JSOW (Joint Standoff Weapon) C-1 free-flight testing (7/13/2011)
Alenia launches gunship variant of C-27J (6/22/2011)
Turkey develops domestic missile, rocket (6/19/2011)
Boeing-Airbus tanker war heats up as deadline nears (6/2/2011)
A floating Special Pilatus PC-6 Seaplane (5/30/2011)
 
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• Upgraded MH-60S OFT For US Navy Re-Enters Service At NAS North Island

(4/28/2013)
Technology Refresh Completed By CAE. The United States Navy has declared an updated MH-60S "Sierra" operational flight trainer (OFT) as ready-for-training at Naval Air Station (NAS...>>

• The Van Horn Way

(4/21/2013)
In aeronautical engineering, success can often be based on failure — that ability to learn from one’s mistakes and move forward in a new direction. Non-linear thinking is often par...>>

• F-15 test pilots now using advanced helmets

(4/17/2013)
USAF F-15 test pilots at Robins are learning to use futuristic helmet technology....>>

• Guard rescue center completes 5,000th mission

(4/4/2013)
Members of the Alaska (11th Air Force) Rescue Coordination Center on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, completed their 5,000th mission (since July 1, 1994) March 27....>>

• USN BAMS-D exceeds 10,000 hour milestone

(4/3/2013)
The Navy's Broad Area Maritime Surveillance-Demonstrator (BAMS-D) surpasses 10,000 flight hours April 1, marking another milestone for Navy unmanned aviation....>>

• In the New York City that Never Sleeps

(4/2/2013)
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Sgt. James Coan "a pilot with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) Aviation Unit" was in the middle of his daily routine of taking his dogs ...>>

• U.S. Navy EP-3E is used with success for 7 years

(3/29/2013)
The U.S. Navy EP-3E Aries Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance aircraft departs from the L-3 Communications modification facility in Waco, and heads to Naval Air Station Patuxent Riv...>>

• U.S. Navy F-35B successfully completes AIM-120 separation

(3/28/2013)
On March 26, the F-35B Lightning II became the first F-35 variant to complete airborne weapons separations on three different munitions, the most of any model....>>

• Northrop shows off EC-2 capabilities

(3/28/2013)
Malaysia's military has been introduced to the intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities of Northrop Grumman's E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft....>>

 



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