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Rockwell Collins to fit DIGAR to U.S. F-16s

Rockwell Collins has secured a contract to supply its Digital GPS Anti-Jam Receiver (DIGAR) to the U.S. Air Force. Graphic: Rockwell Collins The service intends...

Gripen E flies with Meteor BVRAAM for the first time

Saab says its Gripen E (39-8) has flown with the Meteor Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) for the first time. Photo: Saab Taking place...

South Korea’s DAPA says no plan to swap Spanish A400Ms for T-50s

The Korea Times says South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has refuted reports that Seoul is planning to negotiated with Madrid to swap four...

Selah Airstrip re-opens for HIMARS Rapid Infiltration training

The U.S. Army now has an extra airstrip to carry out training for the HIMARS Rapid Infiltration (HIRAIN) forcible entry mission with the opening of...

Beijing has a new HQ-9 site

HT to DY Lu again. China has started to convert an old SA-2 surface-to-air missile site in Qidaohe village in Huairou district, north of Beijing...

South Korea’s first MRTT now east of Japan, heading home

South Korea will take delivery of its first Airbus A330 MRTT aerial refueling tanker at Gimhae Air Base today. Source: FR24 Source

USN: Pilots followed rules in unscheduled flyby at Packers game

The U.S. Navy has determined that the crew of two MH-60Rs from HSM-75 did not break any rules or regulations during their unscheduled flyby of...

Watch the J-20 fly over Zhuhai with its main weapons bay open

The rumored J-20 and Y-20 formation flight did not materialize.

KC-30 being cleared to refuel F-22

A KC-30 aerial refueling tanker was in California from August to September for aerial refueling trials with the F-22. Photo: RAAF A total of eight...

Mudspike

Mudspike 4th Annual DCS Fall Fly-In

Well now! Another year has passed and it seems like it is time for another Mudspike DCS Fall Fly-In. Again, although we may be stretching...

DCS: Yak-52

The Yakovlev Yak-52 is a Soviet military trainer that fits nicely into the hierarchy of DCS World. Fully aerobatic with high G-limits and a snappy...

4th Annual Mudspike Christmas Flight

Welcome again to our annual Mudspike Christmas Flight – 2018 Edition! For our fourth year running, we will deliver packages, hopes, (beverages), and spread good...

VFlyteAir Simulations Cherokees

On a recent weekend splurge, I picked up some aircraft from VFlyteAir Simulations that appealed to my sense of aviation nostalgia – it was money...

5 Years in Review: Building the AH-64D for ArmA

It’s hard to believe it’s been five years already; time has just flown by and a project that consumed mine and Nodunit’s time for almost...

Hornet Love = Bush Love

The verdict is in – the DCS Hornet is insanely fun – might you be a backcountry aviator in fighter pilot clothing? It’s the flying…...

DCS: F/A-18C Hornet Early Access Preview

Guest writer @Chuck_Owl gives us a great preliminary look at some of the features of the DCS: F/A-18C Hornet which is entering Early Access… The...

ARMA 3 – Tanks

The recently released Tanks DLC for ARMA 3 provides armor enthusiasts with some new assets to explore while expanding the core game for all… As...

Flight Factor A320 Ultimate

One of our resident real world Airbus A320 pilots takes the recently released Flight Factor A320 Ultimate for a test flight, wringing it out in...

Read It / Do It #01: North American X-15

Take a ride in a marvel of aerospace engineering that helped pave the road to space with the hypersonic North American X-15 rocket powered research...

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