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Russian Military plans to use Egyptian Air Bases

Russian and Egyptian military aircraft would be able to use each other’s air space and airfields by giving five days advance notice, according to the new draft agreement signed between Russia and Egypt, which is expected to be valid for five years and could be extended. Egytian Air Bases Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi’s government has expanded military ties with Russia ...

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Bangladesh Air Force Plans to Buy Eight Multi-Role Combat Aircraft

In the world today, continuous development of the armed forces is the key for any country to survive without being assaulted by the foreign powers. Bangladesh is no stranger to this process. The country that came into existence in 1971 after a long and tensed battle, understands the need for development and strength very well. That is why, Bangladesh’s Director ...

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France Surrenders to North Korea, Plans to Gift 83 Dassault Rafales to the DPRK

In what seemed to be an unprecedented turn of events. Today, France has officially declared complete unconditional surrender to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Recent threats by North Korea on the annihilation of the United States pushed France to take these drastic preemptive measures. North Korean leaders have praised French actions and have declared that France will be ...

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$38 Billion US military aid package for Israel will include F-35s and F-15s

US officials at the state department have announced a landmark $38-billion-dollar military aid package to Israel, the largest pledge of military assistance in US history according to the congress and administration. America will deliver weapons systems to Israel over a period of 10 years, which will include F-35 and F-15 tactical fighters, by 2018. The agreement, which took months to ...

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China plans to resurrect The World’s Largest Plane by restarting Antonov AN-225 ‘Mriya’ production

The World’s largest plane will soon be resurrected. China will sign a deal with Ukraine to breathe new life into the Soviet-era manufacturing program for the production of the AN-225, which is a strategic, airlift cargo aircraft designed in the Soviet Union in the late 80s by Antonov Design Bureau. With a maximum payload of 250 tons for cargo, the ...

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Aeroengine Corporation of China plans to compete with the likes of Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and General Electric

When it comes to aircraft Engines, there are a few names that come to our minds such as Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, and General Electric. But there is a new kid on the block, and this time, it’s from China. Debuting for the Aero Engine Corporation of China (AECC), the engine will be showcased during the upcoming 11th China International ...

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Meet Owj: Iran’s First Indigenous Fighter Jet Engine

For a country that used to import even a toothbrush before, Iran has been making giant strides in industry and indigenously produced components. Recently, on the country’s Defence Industry Day, President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, had unveiled the first domestically produced Turbojet engine “Owj” (Zenith), in a prestigious ceremony attended by press officials, industry experts, and scientists of the nation. ...

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Joe Sutter: Father of Boeing 747, Dies at 95

Joe Sutter was an American aerospace engineer for the Boeing Airplane Company and also the manager of the design team for the Boeing 747. One of the popular magazines of that time has described Sutter as the “Father of the 747”. He was born in Seattle, Washington and attended the University of Washington and finally he was graduated with a ...

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