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Fooling no-one

(The following first appeared as the lead Comment in the 12 February 2013 issue of Flight International) Iran’s rollout of its Qaher-313 “stealth fighter” is little more than a poorly executed propaganda stunt for domestic consumption. It is immediately apparent from the many photos and video imagery of the purported “advanced aircraft” with a “very […]

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The future of the UK’s airborne assets and Iran’s dubious stealth fighter

A UK Royal Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4 is the cover feature star of this week’s Flight International (12 February), in which Defence Editor Craig Hoyle takes a look at what the Ministry of Defence’s 10-year equipment plan means for the country’s various airborne assets. Meanwhile, Dave Majumdar examines the claims being made by Iran for […]

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