British Air Battle

October 2006
Armada International;Oct/Nov2006, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p50
The article presents some of the highlights of the Farborough Air Show held in Great Britain in July 2006. BAE Systems joined the Project Helix team of L-3 to develop upgrades for the Nimrod R.1 electronic reconnaissance aircraft of the Royal Air Force. A definitive picture of the Nato Alliance Ground Surveillance programme has been presented at the show. The Bell Boeing MV-22B Osprey tilt rotor aircrafts from Marine Tiltrotor Test and Evaluation Squadron 22 were unveiled at the event.


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