Editorial – Ten years of Global Aviation Resource

GAR’s Editor, Gareth Stringer, takes a look back at the first ten years of Global Aviation Resource as we announce a series of features and articles to mark the occasion.

Highlights – April 2019

This is the second of our monthly ‘Highlights’ photo series and encompasses April 2019.

Exercises and Deployments – Frisian Flag 2019 | Leeuwarden Airbase

This years Frisian Flag exercise took place from the 1st – 12th April 2019 at Leeuwarden Airbase in the Netherlands and Jeroen van Holland was there for Global Aviation Resource.

Military aviation – EA-6B Prowler | From the cockpit

In this second feature to mark the retirement of the Northrop Grumman EA-6B Prowler, Global Aviation Resource spoke to one man who has experienced the aircraft at first hand.

Aviation Event – N874AA 40th Anniversary

The Airline History Museum is in the process of restoring a Boeing 727 to flight. N874AA is currently parked at Boeing Field in Seattle and recently had its 40th anniversary. To celebrate, the museum opened it up to visitors. Rob Edgcumbe went along for GAR to find out more about the aircraft, and the team restoring it.

Red Flag 18-1

Red Flag 18-1 was a three week exercise which took place at Nellis AFB, Nevada, from January 29th to February 16th 2018. Participating were flying units from the US Air Force, US Navy, Royal Air Force and Royal Australian Air Force, as well as a number of ground units from various forces, including the US Marine Corps. Around 100 aircraft deployed to Nellis for the exercise. Chris Wood reports from Nevada.

Airshow report – Dubai Airshow 2017

With an impressive lineup of rare participants, the Dubai Airshow is one of a growing lineup of Middle East trade shows to take place over the course of the year. Paul Dunn reports for GAR.

Exercises and Deployments – Red Flag 17-4

Red Flag 17-4 took place at Nellis AFB, Nevada, between 14th and 25th August 2017, as the latest iteration of the long running series of realistic combat training exercises. Attracting participation from allied nations, alongside the US armed forces, the final Red Flag exercise of this year took place despite several cancellations in the weeks leading up to the exercise itself. Paul Dunn was there for GAR, with additional images by Chris Wood.

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