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September 2016The September issue of Combat Aircraft goes behind the scenes on the UK deployment of F-35Bs and USAF F-35As for the Royal International Air Tattoo, with exclusive imagery.<br><br>We also detail the USAF’s move to initial operating capability for the F-35A and what was involved.<br><br>With the world focus on the Farnborough International Airshow in July, we bring you all the stories, including Raytheon’s look at its T-X contender for the USAF.<br><br>The latest Eurofighter Typhoon configuration with new weapons is also detailed, as is a look at the Brazilian Army Aviation assets that are defending the Olympic Games in Rio. Plus the second part of our ‘Flanker’ family rundown, a look at the Tornado Masters of No XV(Reserve) Squadron and a farewell to the French Navy’s Super Etendard.<br>

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