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Su-30. Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. 17, four Indian Air Force Su-30MKI Flankers (SB-065, SB-138, SB-167 and SB-309), all believed to be from 8 Sqd, deployed to RAF Coningsby, UK, for  Indradhanush 2015, a joint training exercise with the Royal Air Force. Imminent arrival of the multirole jets was preceded by a C-17A CB-8008 from 81 Sqd and a C-130J-30 KC-3801 from 77 Sqd, carrying the ground crews, and all handling gear required for the 21-day deployment.

The Flankers are involved in exercise Indradhanush Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. four Indian Air Force Flankers and all believed to …

C-130. Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. 17, four Indian Air Force Su-30MKI Flankers (SB-065, SB-138, SB-167 and SB-309), all believed to be from 8 Sqd, deployed to RAF Coningsby, UK, for  Indradhanush 2015, a joint training exercise with the Royal Air Force. Imminent arrival of the multirole jets was preceded by a C-17A CB-8008 from 81 Sqd and a C-130J-30 KC-3801 from 77 Sqd, carrying the ground crews, and all handling gear required for the 21-day deployment.

The Flankers are involved in exercise Indradhanush Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. four Indian Air Force Flankers and all believed to …

"Attack on the Hiei" by Robert Taylor    As dawn broke on the morning of Friday, November 13, 1942, a lone F4F Wildcat climbed out of Henderson Field on the island of Guadalcanal. The Marine pilot, Captain Joe Foss was to assess damage to US naval ships following the previous night's bitter naval engagement. As the morning sun streaked across the sound between Savo and Guadalcanal, Foss viewed the wreckage of one of the most furious close combat naval actions of the war.

"Attack on the Hiei" by Robert Taylor As dawn broke on the morning of Friday…

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The named "Doc" started all four engines Friday morning. The 15 year project to restore the to flying condition took another giant step Friday when all four engines were started.

Royal Australian Air Force’s first two Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters have made their official debut on Australian soil, landing at the Australian International Airshow at Avalon on Friday morning.    F-35As A35-001 and A35-002 touched down at approximately 1140am on Friday, flying in from RAAF Base Amberley where they had landed on Monday after their trans-Pacific ferry flight.

touches down at Avalon. (Paul Sadler) lands at Avalon. (Paul Sadler) The Royal Australian Air Force's first two Lockheed Martin

Wings of Freedom Tour April 21, 2016  Listen to The South Bay Show: South Bay Spotlight!  Our guest this morning is Cindy Macha and she’s going to fill us in on the Wings of Freedom Tour coming to Zamperini Field and the Western Museum of Flight at Torrance Airport Friday, April 22 through Tuesday, April 26.  Listen to the program live at 8 a.m. or at your leisure via podcast here:

April 2016 Listen to The South Bay Show: South Bay Spotlight! Our guest this morning is Cindy Macha and she's going to fill us in on the Wings of Freedom Tour coming to Zamperini Field and the Western Museum…

Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. 17, four Indian Air Force Su-30MKI Flankers (SB-065, SB-138, SB-167 and SB-309), all believed to be from 8 Sqd, deployed to RAF Coningsby, UK, for  Indradhanush 2015, a joint training exercise with the Royal Air Force. Imminent arrival of the multirole jets was preceded by a C-17A CB-8008 from 81 Sqd and a C-130J-30 KC-3801 from 77 Sqd, carrying the ground crews, and all handling gear required for the 21-day deployment.

The Flankers are involved in exercise Indradhanush Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. four Indian Air Force Flankers and all believed to …

Royal Australian Air Force’s first two Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters have made their official debut on Australian soil, landing at the Australian International Airshow at Avalon on Friday morning. F-35As A35-001 and A35-002 touched down at approximately 1140am on Friday, flying in from RAAF Base Amberley where they had landed on Monday after their trans-Pacific ferry flight.

touches down at Avalon. (Paul Sadler) lands at Avalon. (Paul Sadler) The Royal Australian Air Force's first two Lockheed Martin

Su-30. Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. 17, four Indian Air Force Su-30MKI Flankers (SB-065, SB-138, SB-167 and SB-309), all believed to be from 8 Sqd, deployed to RAF Coningsby, UK, for  Indradhanush 2015, a joint training exercise with the Royal Air Force. Imminent arrival of the multirole jets was preceded by a C-17A CB-8008 from 81 Sqd and a C-130J-30 KC-3801 from 77 Sqd, carrying the ground crews, and all handling gear required for the 21-day deployment.

The Flankers are involved in exercise Indradhanush Delayed by one day, on Friday morning Jul. four Indian Air Force Flankers and all believed to …

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