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  1. Twin Amur Leopard Cubs at Colchester Zoo

    Two critically endangered Amur Leopard cubs were born at Colchester Zoo on the 9th September by mum Esra. The twin cubs continue to grow by the day and last week were named as Luka and Lena. When Leopards are mentioned, people usually think of Leopards roaming the savannahs in Africa…


  2. ‘Project Dolphin’ UAE Global Express 6000

    The second United Arab Emirates Air Force ‘Project Dolphin’ Global Express 6000 serial number 1326 is seen departing Cambridge Airport on 2nd December on a test flight with callsign “MARSHALL 01” now sporting its new UAE Air Force paint scheme. Two Global Express 6000s (1325 and 1326) have been developed…


  3. Final JSTARS leaves CENTCOM

    On the 1st October 2019, the final E-8C JSTARS aircraft departed Al Udeid AB, Qatar in the Central Command (CENTCOM) area of responsibility marking the end of an 18 year long deployment by the type - the second longest deployment in U.S. Air Force history. The E-8C has been continually…


  4. Final AC-130U “Spooky” returns from Combat Deployment

    The final two AC-130U “Spooky” Gunships (89-1056 & 90-0167) from the 4th Special Operations Squadron returned home to Hurlburt Field AFB, Florida on July 8th 2019 from their final scheduled combat deployment. The AC-130U has been almost constantly deployed in Southwest Asia to support contingency operations in the united States…


  5. Tornado’s Final Farewell

    The Tornado GR4 first entered service with the RAF in 1979 and has enjoyed a career spanning almost 40 years. Its first duty of combat was during the Gulf War in 1991 and since then it has played an important active role in Kosovo, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria and Iraq. During…


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