AirForces Monthly - March 2011

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FEATURES

DOMINIE DISMISSED
AFM reports from RAF Cranwell as the RAF says goodbye to its oldest operational aircraft.

AXEING THE HARRIER
AFM's Alan Warnes had unprecedented access to Joint Force Harrier during its last 18 months - in this 16-page special we reflect on what has been lost.

COUNTRY REPORT: GERMANY
AFM's Jerry Gunner reviews the modern-day Bundeswehr (German Federal Defence Force) and its three components: the Luftwaffe (air force), Heeresflieger (army aviation) and Marineflieger (naval aviation).

RAFALE COMES OF AGE
Gert Kromhout finds out how Dassault's Rafale is being integrated into the French Air Force's structure and the measures being taken to realise its full potential.

WHITHER MPA?
Tim Cox considers the implications of the UK's recent decision to axe the Nimrod MRA4 and the loss of its Maritime Patrol capability.

F-35: GOOD FOR BRITAIN?
Following the UK government's Strategic Defence and Security Review, Jon Lake asks if F-35 is still the right choice for the RAF and Royal Navy.

REGULARS

ATTRITION

AFM's Dave Allport reports on the world's latest military aviation accidents.

NEWS

FEEDBACK
Readers' letters and e-mails.

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