- Light and shadow of Jester – a story of Marineflieger P-3C Orion MPA (1)
- Over the Atlantic Ocean in a suit – Stanisław Skarżyński
- Flying the impossible – an incredible story of daring flights
- In search of the successor – An-2 for the 21st century
- ´Huey´ versus ´Colt´ – the story of unusual aerial combat
- ´The Survivor´- a story of Bravo November
- Barkhane, Serval, Newcombe – the little-known operations in Africa.
- A walk through the resting place of aviation legends
- Failed dreams – unfinished projects of Czech aviation industry (1)
- The return of Rosinenbomber – 70th anniversary of the Berlin airlift.
Dear Friends, Fans and Followers! I have to admit that we were waiting with this – very short – editorial letter until the last minute, but… the great news is already here: yesterday we have reached the milestone of 1,000 fans at our Facebook profile! There is no denying we are all happy about that.
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A September premiere – Aero L-159A ´ALCA´ (Advanced Light Combat Aircraft), close-support and attack aircraft operated by the Czech Air Force, in the special anniversary livery ´20 years of L-159 service´. 20 years ago, in December 2000, two first L-159 aircraft (´6006´ and ´6007´) were officially transferred from Aero Vodochody aviation plant to the 21st
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