AirForces Monthly - October 2011xx

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FEATURES

ANATOLIAN EAGLE IS TEN
Frank Noort and Melchior Timmers witnessed two days of flying at Konya in Turkey for Exercise Anatolian Eagle 2011/2.

CHINOOK AT 50: FIFTY NOT OUT! CHINOOK'S MAGNIFICENT HALF-CENTURY
A lot has changed in the last 50 years, but as AFM's Jerry Gunner reports, Boeing's Chinook helicopter continues to provide reliable, efficient airlift for the world's military forces.

CHINOOK AT 50: WORLD ORDER OF BATTLE
The world fleet of active Chinooks from the files of AirForces Intelligence.

ON THE NORTH SEA BEAT
Ren‚ L Uithoven flies with the Bundespolizei on one of its AS332L1 Super Pumas.

SOUTHERN FALCONS
Santiago Rivas explains how the delivery of F-16 Fighting Falcons to the Chilean Air Force means it is now one of the most powerful air forces in the region.

ERIEYE RISING
Majors Henric Svensson and Mikael Olsson of the Swedish Air Force detail the current status of its Airborne Surveillance and Control (ASC) 890 system and the evaluation of Link 16 during Exercise TTP 11.

REGULARS

FEEDBACK
Letters and e-mails from the AFM post bag.

FORCE REPORT - BRAZILIAN NAVY
Robin Polderman reviews the For‡a Aeronaval, the Naval Air Arm of Brazil.

NEWS


ATTRITION
The latest news from our resident expert, Dave Allport.

AND FINALLY - CHINOOK AT 50: THE LEGEND OF BRAVO NOVEMBER
Perhaps the most famous Chinook of them all is the RAF's HC2 ZA718/BN, otherwise known as `Bravo November'.

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