Monthly Archives: October 2022

Australian Air Base Prepared to Permanently Host America’s Most Dangerous Nuclear Bomber: China in the Crosshairs

Royal Australian Air Force Base Tindal has begin to receive upgrades in order to host a permeant presence of U.S. Air Force B-52H nuclear capable intercontinental range bombers.  The facility has long been seen as a key potential centre of American power projection capabilities into East Asia,

Why Europe Will Continue Losing Fighter Aviation Contracts Fast: Market Share Goes to F-35s, KF-21s and Others

The Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth fighter has continued to make major gains in global arms markets, consistently sweeping aside competition from the European Gripen, Eurofighter and Rafale to which it has not lost a single contract. Nowhere have these gains been more pronounced than in Europe

High Tech Air to Air Missiles For Ageing MiGs: The Next Step For North Korea’s Defence Sector – Scholar

The Korean People’s Army (KPA) Air Force, the official name of the North Korean military’s air service, is expected to receive two sophisticated new air to air missiles to equip its existing fighter fleet as part of ongoing modernisation efforts – according to a new report by expert on East Asian

U.S. Withdrawing F-15C/D Fighters From 44 Year Deployment on China’s Doorstep: What Will Replace Them?

The U.S. Air Force is set to withdraw its F-15C/D Eagle air superiority fighters from Kadena Air Base in Japan, sparking criticisms from within America and raising significant questions regarding what kind of units could replace them. Located in Okinawa, southern Japan, Kadena has for decades been

Lockheed Martin Reveals Expected Design Features of Upcoming Sixth Generation Fighter to Replace F-22

The world’s largest defence manufacturer Lockheed Martin has released a new concept art for a sixth generation fighter currently under development to equip the U.S. Air Force under the Next Generation Air Dominance (NGAD) program, which is expected to produce an aircraft for active service by 2030.

The F-14 Tomcat’s Long Service in Iran: From Standoffs with the Soviets to Fighting Iraq and Today Deterring Israel

In the early 1970s the Imperial Iranian Air Force sought to acquire an advanced fourth generation air superiority fighter, something no nation other than the United States had in service at the time. Iran’s military had long enjoyed a special relationship and maintained extensive connections with

The Next Army to Join the Fight in Ukraine? This is How Capable Belarus’ Ground Forces Are Today

As Russian and Ukrainian forces and their various external supporters continue to focus attentions on a struggle for the city of Kherson, which both countries now claim as their own territory, the possibility has increasingly been raised by analysts on all sides that a new front against the Ukrainian Military could be opened on the country’s northern