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August 2016The August issue of Combat Aircraft is another feast of modern military aviation.<br><br>It leads with an in-depth news story about the USAF A-10C Thunderbolt II and what might replace it in service. We have an exclusive review of the ‘Swamp Foxes’ of the South Carolina ANG, plus a look at the latest developments for the Eurofighter Typhoon — known as the Centurion upgrade for the UK. This comes with exclusive images from CA’s editor Jamie Hunter who recently flew with RAF Typhoons at Lossiemouth.<br><br>The issue also includes a behind-the-scenes look at the recent Dutch F-35 deployment to Leeuwarden. All this plus exercise reports from ‘Hawgsmoke’, the NATO Tiger Meet and ‘Anatolian Eagle’, and a review of the Su-30 ‘Flanker’ - PLUS a look back at the magnificent Saab Viggen.

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