RAAF Hawk Mk127 Fleet Achieve 100,000 Flying Hours
Posted: 2016 May 30

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has achieved 100,000 flying hours on its BAE Systems Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter fleet. The RAAF’s Hawk fleet has been in service since 2001 and a total of 33 aircraft are currently operational. Support for Australian Hawks which are based at the RAAF Bases in Williamtown and Pearce, are provided by BAE Systems Australia. 
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Typhoon Formation Flight
Posted: 2016 May 30

In a unique photo opportunity, an aircraft from each of the Royal Air Force Typhoon Squadrons took part in a diamond 9 formation flight on the 19th November 2015 to represent all operational and training assets. The diamond consisted of aircraft from, 1 Sqn(RAF Lossiemouth), 2 Sqn (RAF Lossiemouth), 3 Squadron (RAF Coningsby), 6 Sqn (RAF Lossiemouth), 11 Sqn (RAF Coningsby), 29 Sqn (RAF Coningsby), 41 Sqn (RAF Coningsby) 1435 flight (Falkland Islands), and BOB75 in the centre to commemorate the Battle of Britain 75 years ago.

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Indian Navy Phases Out Sea Harrier VSTOL Jets
Posted: 2016 May 16

The Indian Navy has formally phased out its BAE Sea Harrier jump jets from service. The last squadron to operate the type in Indian Navy service has been re-equipped with the Russian MiG-29K carrier borne supersonic fighter aircraft. 

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Air Force Gen. Lori J. Robinson Takes Over as Northern Command, NORAD Commander
Posted: 2016 May 16
 
Air Force Gen. Lori J. Robinson has assumed command of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command during a change-of-command ceremony at Peterson Air Force Base, Colo., May 13, 2016. 
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RAF Typhoons Carry Out First Baltic Air Policing Mission Intercepts
Posted: 2016 May 16
 
The first intercepts of Russian aircraft in this round of NATO’s Baltic Air Policing mission (BAP), have been carried out by Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon fighter jets. Deployed to the region less than three weeks ago, the jets, were scrambled from Amari air base in Estonia and intercepted three Russian aircraft approaching the Baltic states. The military transport aircraft were intercepted as they were not transmitting a recognised identification code and were unresponsive. The aircraft were identified as AN-26 ‘Curl, AN-12 ‘Cub’ and IL-76 ‘Candid’. 
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