AirForces Monthly - July 2009x

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FEATURES

SPIES LIKE US - TOP SIX ISR
Robert F Dorr looks at his Top Six US Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Aircraft.

AIR FORCE REPORT - TALL AMBITIONS FOR THE LOWLANDS
Kees van der Mark reports on the current status of the Royal Netherlands Air Force and its expeditionary operations.

AIRCRAFT PROFILE - SU-25 FROGFOOT
Alexander Mladenov examines the derivatives and export successes of the Sukhoi Su-25 Frogfoot, one of the world's most cost-effective ground attack aircraft.

CARRIER STRIKE - PROTECTING OUR INTERESTS
Quentin Davies, MP and the UK Government's Armed Forces Minister, writes exclusively for AFM on why the UK needs a future carrier strike capability.

FLYING HARRIERS FROM CARRIERS
Cdr Adrian Orchard, a Sea Harrier and Harrier pilot with 3,000 flying hours, provides an insight into what it is like to fly a Harrier from a carrier.

MISSION - TARGETING THE BRITS OVER GOOSE GREEN
An Argentinean Pucar pilot's story, as told to Santiago Rivas and Juan Carlos Cicalesi, of the type's combat debut on May 28, 1982, during the Falklands War.

REGULARS

ATTRITION
AFM's Dave Allport keeps us up to date with the world's military aviation crashes.

FEEDBACK
Readers' views and comments.

JUST A NICE PIC.
A Portuguese Navy Lynx Mk 95 flies over the Cristo Rei statue at Almada, near Lisbon.  

NEWS
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