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DA #2: Feria Aeroespacial 2015 – Mexico’s First major international Air Show

Mexico’s first major international air show which was held from 22nd April to 25th April 2015 was it’s first step to boost it’s military and civilian aviation capabilities. In this episode, I interview Ronnie Serrano. We talk about the Mexican Fighter dilemma and the steps Mexico is taking to solve this issue. You can stream this Podcast or download it ...

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History of the Mexican Air Force: 1945-2012

After World War II, the Mexican Air Force had a large number of combat aircraft like the Beechcraft AT-11 Kansan, North American Aviation B-25 Mitchell’s, North American Aviation A/T-6 Texans, Douglas A-24B Dauntless, and the Republic P-47D Thunderbolts that were received from the United States during the war. In 1947, the Mexican Air Force had gotten a few more war ...

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Future Mexican Combat Aircraft and Air Defense Systems

While the Royal Canadian Air Force and United States Air Force alongside other Latin American Air Forces combat aircraft is getting a lot talk most of the time. However, the Fuerza Aerea Mexicana and the Fuerza Aerea Naval  is still of a mystery even to this day since the Mexican government, SEDENA, and SEMAR keeps a tight lid about their ...

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