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military aircraft

[′mil·i‚ter·ē ′er‚kraft]
(aerospace engineering)
Aircraft that are designed or modified for highly specialized use by the armed services of a nation.
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And it adds: "The concurrent use of unregulated airspace by both civil air transport and military aircraft in the North-East of the UK should be jointly reviewed at the highest level by the CAA and the MoD with the aim of eliminating airproxes and potential collisions, with likely large scale loss of life.
funding, program execution or production problems, the balance of the international military aircraft market could shift back to looking at non-U.
According to its own laws, Japan cannot export military aircraft, but the time just may come when civilian variants of transports or trainers make their appearance overseas.
A spokesman from the Department of Foreign Affairs said: "When military aircraft land in Shannon a confirmation is required that they are not carrying arms, munitions or explosives.
A US military unmanned Predator aircraft is presumed lost after being fired on by a military aircraft in the southern no-fly zone.

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