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(7 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year AirForces Monthly Magazine - The World’s number one military aviation magazine

Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher.

AirForces Monthly is the world’s leading modern military aviation magazine featuring the world’s air forces, their conflicts, weaponry and exercises. Published monthly, it provides the best military aviation news coverage from around the globe and is essential reading for anyone seeking a well-informed view. AirForces Monthly is entirely devoted to modern military aircraft and their air arms and, since 1988, has built up a formidable reputation worldwide by reporting from places not generally covered by other military magazines. Its world news is the best around, covering all aspects of military aviation, region by region.

AirForces Monthly represents an unrivalled combination of news, reporting and in-depth features aided by the best network of freelance reporters anywhere in the world. It is the finest dedicated military aviation magazine available.

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• Comprehensive coverage of the world’s air forces
• The hottest military aviation news - by continent
• Military conflicts, weaponry

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AirForces Monthly  |   April 2019  


When reports emerged earlier this year that the RAF was sending 100 pilots to be trained at a private flying academy, questions began to be asked about whether the service was getting value for money from its current aircrew training pipeline. In the latest issue of AFM, Tim Ripley assesses the status of the UK’s Military Flying Training Service project.

Cover star of the April issue is the ever-impressive Ukrainian Air Force Su-27. At one time, Ukraine operated the second-largest Flanker fleet in the world. Vladimir Trendafilovski looks at the career of the super-manoeuvrable fighter that remains the backbone of the country’s air defences.

Another Cold War fighter type still going strong is the ‘legacy’ Hornet. Though a number of air arms are in the process of phasing out their first-generation Hornets, others are aiming to keep these ageing aircraft in service for some years to come. In the first of a two-part feature, Jon Lake looks at the US side of the ‘legacy’ story.

On the exercise front, we bring coverage from the 480th Fighter Squadron’s deployment from Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany to sunny Portugal for three weeks this winter. Meanwhile, Ian Harding and Kevin Wills report from Exercise Merlin Storm, the final test for new pilots and aircrew assigned to the UK’s Commando Helicopter Force.

AFM continues its popular Tornado Tales series by speaking to two of the final navigators to fly the ‘Tonka’ and you’ll find in-depth features on topics as diverse as the South African Air Force’s C-130 Hercules transports, the Hellenic Air Force’s Air Training Wing that employs T-2 Buckeyes and T-6 Texan IIs at Kalamata, and the Spanish Air Force’s firefighting campaign in the Balearic Islands – using a single CL-215T.

As usual, you’ll also find all the latest coverage of attrition and military aviation news from around the world.
AirForces Monthly Magazine - The World’s number one military aviation magazine

Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher.

AirForces Monthly is the world’s leading modern military aviation magazine featuring the world’s air forces, their conflicts, weaponry and exercises. Published monthly, it provides the best military aviation news coverage from around the globe and is essential reading for anyone seeking a well-informed view. AirForces Monthly is entirely devoted to modern military aircraft and their air arms and, since 1988, has built up a formidable reputation worldwide by reporting from places not generally covered by other military magazines. Its world news is the best around, covering all aspects of military aviation, region by region.

AirForces Monthly represents an unrivalled combination of news, reporting and in-depth features aided by the best network of freelance reporters anywhere in the world. It is the finest dedicated military aviation magazine available.

Regular features include:

• Comprehensive coverage of the world’s air forces
• The hottest military aviation news - by continent
• Military conflicts, weaponry and exercises
• Insights into the latest military technology
• Personnel interviews
• World exclusives
• Superb colour photography
• Regular special feature sections and supplements

And much, much more!

For more information, visit www.airforcesmonthly.com

Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © copyright 2018. All rights reserved.

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7 Customer Reviews
   Highly entertaining Reviewed Donnerstag, 11. Juli 2019
Great not just for professionals
   Absorbing Reading Reviewed Montag, 8. Juli 2019
Not just for enthusiast
   Highly entertaining Reviewed Donnerstag, 27. Juni 2019
Although particularly aimed at forces personnel can be interesting for everyone
   Airforces Monthly Reviewed Dienstag, 23. September 2014
After buying a lot of magazine concerning avation, I am a retired Air Force Sgt, I found that this one is the best all around magazine covering avaition.
   Excellent! Reviewed Freitag, 23. November 2012
Excellent! Interesting & varied read that is not so technical it bores but still has enough detail to hold interest. Recommended!
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AirForces Monthly   |   April 2019   


When reports emerged earlier this year that the RAF was sending 100 pilots to be trained at a private flying academy, questions began to be asked about whether the service was getting value for money from its current aircrew training pipeline. In the latest issue of AFM, Tim Ripley assesses the status of the UK’s Military Flying Training Service project.

Cover star of the April issue is the ever-impressive Ukrainian Air Force Su-27. At one time, Ukraine operated the second-largest Flanker fleet in the world. Vladimir Trendafilovski looks at the career of the super-manoeuvrable fighter that remains the backbone of the country’s air defences.

Another Cold War fighter type still going strong is the ‘legacy’ Hornet. Though a number of air arms are in the process of phasing out their first-generation Hornets, others are aiming to keep these ageing aircraft in service for some years to come. In the first of a two-part feature, Jon Lake looks at the US side of the ‘legacy’ story.

On the exercise front, we bring coverage from the 480th Fighter Squadron’s deployment from Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany to sunny Portugal for three weeks this winter. Meanwhile, Ian Harding and Kevin Wills report from Exercise Merlin Storm, the final test for new pilots and aircrew assigned to the UK’s Commando Helicopter Force.

AFM continues its popular Tornado Tales series by speaking to two of the final navigators to fly the ‘Tonka’ and you’ll find in-depth features on topics as diverse as the South African Air Force’s C-130 Hercules transports, the Hellenic Air Force’s Air Training Wing that employs T-2 Buckeyes and T-6 Texan IIs at Kalamata, and the Spanish Air Force’s firefighting campaign in the Balearic Islands – using a single CL-215T.

As usual, you’ll also find all the latest coverage of attrition and military aviation news from around the world.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year AirForces Monthly magazine print subscription.
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