Despite widely publicized problems here in the US, the F-35 Lightning II has gained a number of new fans in the Danish Ministry of Defense.
NATO's annual Tiger Meet kicks this month, and the German Luftwaffe is bringing an awesome feline-liveried Eurofighter Typhoon to the exercise.
Over the past week, NATO aircraft have intercepted a total of 22 Russian aircraft in the Baltic Sea alone. A record 250 intercepts have occurred this year.
The British Royal Air Force is preparing to retire some 77 percent of its fighter fleet, bringing its inventory down to the lowest level since its founding.
The Royal Air Force commemorated the start of the Battle of Britain, flying Supermarine Spitfires, Hawker Hurricanes and Eurofighter Typhoons over London.
Which phrase do you prefer? Many hands make light work or too many cooks in the kitchen? It's a question that some members of NATO might be asking after the statements made by Domingo Ureña Raso, the executive vice president of military aircraft for European aerospace giant Airbus.
It use to be that seeing a MiG-29 Fulcrum screech across the sky was an unheard of event. Then, communism came to an end, and the elusive fourth-gen fighter suddenly was in the hands of a number of US allies. Slowly but surely, its exposure increased, until videos like this started to pop up. This is Fulcrum Drivers II, the creation of MiG-29 pilots at the Polish Air Force's 22nd Airbase, in Malbork.