Sep 07, 2017
Squadron Leader Frankie Buchler, currently testing Britain's new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in the US, speaks to the Telegraph about the jet "that looks out for its pilot".Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/kLIps
Delivery of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will be more than a year behind schedule due to ongoing software problems, according to a US government report. The delay marks the latest snag in the ongoing saga of the world’s most expensive aircraft.
Lo evidenziano i giudici nella relazione speciale sulla partecipazione italiana al programma Joint Strike Fighter F-35 Lightning II
Problems continue to pile up for one of the military’s newest and most advanced weapons.
Jordanian F-16 fighter pilot Lt Muath al-Kaseasbeh lifts his hands in prayers when the flames rapidly begin to speed towards the bars of his cage. As the flames start to cover his body, dosed in petrol, he screams and writhes in pain desperately tossing around in his cage to try and escape the...
Surprise surprise, that hairstyle Guile rocks in all the Street Fighter games does not come naturally, and now the character is hawking gel to support his presumably expensive habit. Yes, this is not a joke, J-Gel from Yanagiya is currently using a video game character as the spokesman for t
Ayatollah Khamenei, Iranrsquo;s Supreme Leader believes that if it was not for the Iranian soldiers who were killed in the war in Syria, they would
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The Isle of Man is selling itself as a global hub for crypto-currency startups with low taxation, 'pragmatic' regulation and high-speed internet. But it could be its thriving gambling industry which helps to create 'Crypto Valley', says Matthew Sparkes
People will be able to lodge unfair dismissal claims if they think they were fired because of their political beliefs, ministers say.
A new study reveals wine drinkers should consider what's playing on the stereo if they want the perfect tipple.