The author spoke with Captain Jarret Stricker about his experiences of flying the AV-8B from Bagram AB, Afghanistan. «FOR SOME reason or another, it seems that the bad…

IN THE LATTER HALF of 1942, German U-boats were sinking an average of 750,000 tons of Allied shipping a month — the Battle of the Atlantic was being…

Every day, thieves, “hacktivists,” even nationstates, use the global network to steal information and compromise businesses. Organizations today have to rethink their defenses and move from reaction to…

On the eve of yet another Middle East conflict, an ex-Iraq Air Force combat pilot in exile THE EIGHT YEAR LONG war of attrition between Iraq and Iran,…

In pursuing dreams of victory in France, Henry threw England into decades of war and the chaos of a Europe in conflict Henry VIII was born dreaming of…

In response to the problems of policing the UN ‘no-fly’ zone over Bosnia, the Royal Navy and RAF have been playing ‘hunter’ and ‘hunted’ in the hill of…

Originally designed as a passenger aircraft in 1933 before being redesigned for military reconnaissance, by the outbreak of war in 1939 the Avro Anson was obsolete, slow and…