AirForces Monthly - November 2003

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The latest military aviation news, brought to you by the AFM team and its worldwide network of correspondents.

MAKS 2003
One of AFM's correspondents walks the boards at this year's Moscow Airshow, which took place at Zhukovsky from August 19-24.

UK Airborne Intelligence
Anthony Tucker-Jones dispels some common misconceptions about the way in which the UK's national air intelligence assets support the British armed forces.

EC-130s at War
David C Isby reviews the combat operations of the US Air Force EC-130 fleet during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.

ARTEMIS - Europe's First Operation in Africa
Gerard Gaudin reports on the UN deployment to the Congo

French Ops in Saudi Arabia
The French operated from Al Kharj in Saudi Arabia between 1991 and May this year - but why? Sebastian Buyck reveals all.

Stormo at Marham
AFM''s Mark Ayton visits RAF Marham, which hosted six AMX in mid-September for the Italian Air Force's latest electronic warfare detachment in the UK.

The largest Partnership for Peace exercise, CO-OPERATIVE KEY took place in Bulgaria during September as Alan Warnes, assisted by Tieme Festner, reports.

Magic Touch Pythons
The AH-64 is one of the busiest aircraft in use during the current troubles in Israel, as Shlomo Aloni found out.

Lipetsk Miscellany
Yefim Gordon visits the Russian Air Base at Lipetsk

The recent RED FLAG exercise at Nellis AB, Nevada, saw a number of aircraft from foreign Air Forces, as Roy Andrews describes.

Royal Norwegian AF
Like many of today's Air Forces, the Norwegian Air Force is currently going through a period of transition. Jan Jorgensen reports.

NATO Air Meet
Nearly 100 aircraft operated from two bases in Poland in September as Exercise NATO AIR MEET 03. Giovanni Taurino was there.

Yeovilton Air Show
AFM's Mark Ayton visits the airshow at RNAS Yeovilton on September 20.

Paya Lebar Air Show
Chi Miang Yeo sends a report on the airshow at his local air base, Paya Lebar.
Readers' views on topics in AFM.

Key's Dave Allport keeps us up-to-date on the world's military aviation crashes.

Training Viper Pilots
Rick Linares goes air-to-air with F-16s from Luke AFB.