Naval Air Article Archive 2013



P-8 Moves To The TropicsFire Scout, UCARS And LCS Together At LastIndian Carrier Tribulations Are Not Over
China Catching Up With X-47BIndia Finally Gets Its Cursed Russian CarrierSmaller Is Often Better
Elderly Atlantique Too Useful To RetireFire Scout 2 Takes OffChina Plugs The P-3 Gap
JSTARS Goes To SeaChina Perfects Its F-18Britain Abandons The Catapult Again
Business Jets Are The FutureA Hazy Shade Of GrayWhen Bigger Is Better
A True Autonomous Hunter-Killer MissileSouth Korea Settles For Stuff Spies Don't WantIndian P-8I Goes To Work
The Slow Slog To Successful Service For VikrantHeavy Bombers Practice Ship PlinkingThe INS Vikramaditya Is Good To Go At Last
Japan Launches A Third Aircraft CarrierThe Second Chinese Carrier Reveals ItselfFrom CATOBAR To STOVL Then STOBAR And Back Again
Carrier Based UAVs Get Closer To RealityThe Royal Navy Adopts Scan EaglesU.S. Navy Ships Get a New UAV
Russia Plays Catch UpWhen The F-35 Is Too Hot To HandleTurks Go Italian For Maritime Patrol
Triton Takes OffNew Chinese Clone Survives Heavy Legal FlakKeeping The Chinese Blind
Mixing Droids And Pilots In The Same SquadronChina Learns From The MastersReplacing Carriers With Cruise Missiles
Tradition Triumphs In New ZealandThe First Aerostat CarrierChina Seeks A Nimitz Moment
Triton Comes To The AtlanticNFH Goes To WarSouth Korea Adopts Wildcats
Brazil Shows China How It Is DoneRobochoppers Turned Into Maritime Recon AircraftIs It Better Enough?


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