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Pictured: World-first air refuelling by a HH-60W Jolly Green II

These photos show the first moments a US Air Force HH-60W Jolly Green II combat rescue helicopter completed its first in-flight refuelling.

North Sea crash update: Pilot identified by USAF
Air Crash Investigations

The US Air Force pilot left missing after an incident off the eastern coast of England on Monday has been identified by unit command. Kenneth “Kage” Allen, 27, from northern Utah, was based with the 48th Fighter Wing at RAAF Lakenheath since the start of the year. An accomplished First Lieutenant, he also acted as

Boeing bills Air Force One project US$168m for COVID-19 delays

Boeing has stung the USAF VC-25B project, better known as Air Force One, with a $168m add-on charge, citing disruptions to its engineering process caused by coronavirus.

USAF F-22 Raptors fly alongside RAAF for Exercise Talisman Sabre 2019

United States Air Force (USAF) F-22 Raptors have flown alongside the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) as part of an Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC) exercise at Exercise Talisman Sabre 2019.

Australia, US sign C-17A Globemaster cross-servicing agreement

Australia and the United States have signed a cross-servicing arrangement for the repair and maintenance of C-17A Globemaster transport aircraft.

Rising in Phoenix – the RAAF at Luke AFB

This story from Andrew McLaughlin about the RAAF's F-35 activities at Luke AFB in Arizona is from the Jan/Feb 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.


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