The October issue of Aviation News incorporating Jets is an RAF special and includes:
31 Squadron The Goldstar Standard
The Officer Commanding 31 Squadron Goldstars tells Dino Carrara about the achievements and challenges the squadron has faced during his time in charge.
30 Squadron Traversing the Globe
Editor Dino Carrara visited 30 Squadron at RAF Brize Norton to hear about the work of this C-130J unit and joined a training sortie to gain an insight into tactical operations.
41(R) TES The Times and Trials of a Centenary Year
Many Royal Air Force squadrons have reached their centenaries, but few have marked the occasion in so spectacular a manner as 41 (Reserve) Test & Evaluation Squadron. Unique for its two-type fast jet fleet, the unit plays a vital role in supporting the Tornado GR4 and Typhoon, as Paul E Eden discovered.
Boeings 720 Short-haul Pioneer
By shrinking its world-beating 707, Boeing created a new jetliner capable of efficiently operating short- and medium-haul sectors. Charles Kennedy details the development of the Boeing 720.
Douglas C-124 Globemaster II: The Career of Old Shakey
For over 20 years the Douglas C-124 Globemaster II was the mainstay of US heavy airlift operations. Bob Archer looks at the role played by the type affectionately known as Old Shakey.
Plus much more
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