The Russian military state that they integrated two of their latest Unmanned Combat Vehicles into their massive ZAPAD-2021 wargame recently.
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A certain claim led me to wonder – just what did the Germans capture and reuse from the British Expeditionary Force after the fall of France?
The JA 37 was one of the most formidable fighters of its generation; the most advanced aircraft built in Europe at the time.
Many countries tried out light jet fighters. But an often forgotten one is China’s J-12, designed to act as a “guerrilla” aircraft against technologically superior enemies.
When CC&F decided to build a fighter, they went all out on the latest cutting edge features. Unfortunately, it was a biplane….in 1938….
The Sea Wolf was close to being a possible replacement for the Grumman Avenger. But bad luck and problems leaves it as a “what-if?” aircraft.
What with the imminent release of a book I co-authored on the subject, thought it would be worth giving a brief oversight of the subject.
The Soviet Air Force really took the armoured attack aircraft – the Shturmovik – to heart. After World War 2, they wanted an improved model. So Ilyushin came up with the Il-20, which was many things, but not a looker.