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Kenya Air Force (Kenya) full inventory --------------------------------------------------- Combat helicopter:- ---------------------- MD500 Mi-17 SA330 Z-9 Special Mission Aircraft:- ------------------------- Cessna 208 (Recce) Transport Aircraft:- ------------------------ Dash 8 DHC-5 Y-12 Combat Aircraft:- ---------------------- F-5E Image used in the video are based on free and fair use policy All the data and information's are collected from flightglobal website reference : wikipedia hope you guys enjoy the video --------------------Kenyan air force in your languages-------------------------- Fuerza Aérea de Kenia 케냐 공군 aeronautica militare del Kenya Kenijskie Siły Powietrzne Kenian ilmavoimat Военно-воздушные силы Кении ВВС ВС Кении --------------------------------don'...
They are often the star attraction in major public holiday celebrations and the stuff for movie-like thrills because of their daring and eye-catching maneuvers. But few appreciate that behind the marvel of military jets that will be flying past the presidential dais at the Kenya at 50 celebrations are many hours of training and painstaking planning. Willis Raburu spent time with the Kenya Air Force team in Nanyuki rehearsing for the event and brings you the groundwork preceding the air display.
Kenyan fighter jets have attacked two bases belonging to Islamist al Shabaab insurgents in Somalia and killed at least 80 militants, African Union peacekeepers there said on Monday. Al Shabaab rebels denied any of its fighters had been killed. The African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), whose soldiers launched a new offensive against al Shabaab this year, said Kenyan planes carried out the raids on Anole and Kuday in the southern Lower Jubba region. It did not say when they took place. "The air strikes in Anole left more than 30 al Shabaab fighters dead, three technical vehicles and one Land Cruiser loaded with ammunition destroyed," AMISOM said. More than 50 rebels were killed in the Kuday raid, it added. Responding to the AMISOM statement, al Shabaab's spokesman for military opera...
Kenya finished second with 11 medals; 5 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze as the United States topped the medals standings. The team that arrived home to a heroic reception attributed the low performance to injuries on athletes. Elijah Manangoi who won the men’s 1500 metres as well as silver medalist Timothy Cheruiyot, marathon gold and silver medalists Geoffrey Kirui and Ednah Kiplagat, were part of the 18 athletes that arrived back early Tuesday morning. The likes of Hellen Obiri who won gold in the women’s 5,000 metres, Conseslus Kipruto winner in the men’s 3,000 metres steeplechase and Faith Chepng'etich gold medalist in the women’s 1,500 metres proceeded to Birmingham for Friday's Diamond League.
http://www.ktnkenya.tv Residents of Kambirwa village in Murang'a east district were treated to a rare sight when an innovator sought to test his airplane at the proposed Kambirwa airstrip. After three years spent building his own aircraft Gabriel Nderitu ferried it to Murang'a for a flight test..... While the plane did not get off the ground, Nderitu is confident that with a little more work he could see his dreams take flight.
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African Union peacekeepers said on Monday that Kenyan fighter jets have attacked two bases belonging to Islamist al Shabaab insurgents in Somalia, and killed at least 80 militants. The African Union Mission in Somalia--or |AMISOM"-- whose soldiers launched a new offensive against al Shabaab this year, said Kenyan planes carried out the raids on Anole and Kuday in the southern Lower Jubba region. Kenya first sent its troops into neighboring Somalia in 2011, after several attacks inside its territory that it blamed on al Shabaab, and later joined the peacekeeping force. AMISOM said al Shabaab has lost control of more than 10 major towns in the new push by African troops, including soldiers from Uganda, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Burundi and Sierra Leone. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNe...
top 10 air forces in africa ---------------------------------------- 10. chad ( Chadian air force ) combat fighters: mig-29 su-30 9. Eritrea ( Eritrean air force ) combat fighters: mig-29 su-27 8. Uganda ( Uganda people's defense force ) combat fighters: mig-21 su-30 7. Angola ( Angolan people's air force ) combat fighters: EMB-314 MiG-21 MiG-23 Su-22 Su-25 Su-27/30 6. Ethiopi...
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China Southern Airlines has made its maiden flight from Guangzhou to Nairobi. The new service will have a frequency of three flights a week under the airline's own code. Kenya Tourist Board plans to sign a joint marketing agreement with the airline. Its targeting 100 million Chinese tourists who travel the world each year.
PRESS RELEASE April 4, 2014, 12:40 p.m. EDT Boeing Delivers First 787 Dreamliner to Kenya Airways EVERETT, Wash., April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Kenya Airways celebrated the delivery and flyaway today of the Kenyan flag carrier's first 787 Dreamliner. The airplane departed Paine Field in Everett for a 7,800 nautical mile (14,456 km) nonstop flight to Kenya Airways' home base in Nairobi at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The 787 will form the backbone of the airline's future long-haul fleet, providing greater range, improved efficiencies and outstanding passenger comfort. "The delivery of our first ever 787 Dreamliner not only opens a new chapter for our airline, but also for Kenya," said Dr. Titus Naikuni, chief executive officer, Kenya Airways. "The 787 will ...
The senior most US Diplomat is visiting at a time when Kenya faces serious security threats especially terror attacks from the Al Shabaab militia and, as would have been expected, her security detail was extra-ordinarily tight. And, as Willis Raburu reports, both local and international security personnel were on hand to ensure the safety of US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and her entrouge.
http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug Uganda's newest fighter jets have been unveiled to the public for the first time since they were flown into the country from Russia last month. Two of the six Su-30 jets that cost the government $740 million were unveiled by President Yoweri Museveni at Entebbe Air Base.
Great video of US Air Force F-15 aircraft taking off from Royal air force base. The United States Air Force (USAF) is the aerial warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces. ARLINGTON, Va. - The Air National Guard will unveil an upgrade to the radar system for its F-15 Eagle fighter aircraft today, which will give it greater capabilities while reducing maintenance costs. The new radar system—the APG-63(v)3 Active Electronically Scanned Array—replaces the older mechanically controlled devices currently in the aircraft. "When the F-15 was first designed and made, the radar in it was world class, the best at the time, but its 1970s technology," said Air Force Maj. Dave Slaydon, chief of F-15 requirements for the Air National Guard. "It's a mechanically scanned array, meaning i...
Team Kenya arrived this afternoon from the World Relay Championships in the Bahamas where it finished sixth overall. The squad arrived just 24 hours before the competition started after being reportedly stranded in New York due to a booking mix-up. The team only managed one silver medal in the men's 4x800m to collect 16 points in total. Solidifying their position as the strongest relay nation in the world, the USA collected their third successive Golden Baton honour in Bahamas. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter. Like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya. Follow and Double tap on Instagram: NTV Kenya Join Our Telegram channel: www.telegram.me/NTVNewsRush
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http://www.nation.co.ke Grammy award winning artist James Ingram arrived in Nairobi Sunday evening ahead of his first performance in Africa. The'Nothing's gonna change my love for you' singer will be performing this weekend on the 29th of September at the newly refurbished Kasarani gymnasium. Ingram is in Kenya with his wife Debbie, who is also his manager. By JOHN MUCHIRI
It was one of the largest displays of military might since Kenya became a republic. The armed forces staged a show of strength as the country ushered in a new constitutional order. This was the first glimpse the world has seen of the results of an ongoing military modernisation programme. In 2008 alone, Kenya spent a massive 27 billion shillings to buy combat aircraft, helicopters, grenade launchers and other light arms. More has been spent in other years in programmes supported by China, the United States and other nations.