November 21, 2021 Military Aviation News

How US Drone Pilots Are Preparing for a Fight Against Enemies Who Actually Could Knock Them Out of Action


Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, have become one of the weapons most closely associated with the global war on terror. Hundreds of U.S. drones, also known as remotely piloted aircraft, of various types have spent countless hours tracking terrorists and providing American and coalition troops with early warning.

Air Force pilot killed and two others injured during 'mishap involving two trainer aircraft' in Texas following string of fatal military accidents


An Air Force pilot was killed and two others injured Friday morning in a 'mishap' involving two trainer aircrafts at a Texas base. Officials at Laughlin Air Force Base said an accident involving a pair T-38 Talon jets occurred on the runway around 10am. One of the injured pilots was taken to San Antonio's Brooke Army Medical Center in critical condition. Their current condition remains unknown.

As China Flies Nuclear Bomber Near The Disputed Border, Indian Air Force ‘Gears-Up’ To Counter The PLAAF


Amid India-China border tensions, the Chinese PLAAF recently dispatched an H-6K bomber close to the LAC, the disputed border with India. Satellite imagery accessed by the media outlets has revealed that China’s Air Force (PLAAF) has three airbases opposite eastern Ladakh – Kashgar, Hotan and Ngari Gunsa.

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