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Kenyan C-27J deliveries imminent

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The Kenya Air Force is expected to soon take delivery of its three new C-27J Spartan transport aircraft, with Kenyan aircraft seen flying in...

Kenyan MD530Fs to be delivered by year-end

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The Kenyan military will receive six MD530F Cayuse Warrior helicopters by the end of this year, with training and support contracts having just been...

Delivery of Kenyan AW139s imminent

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Kenya will soon be taking delivery of new AW139 helicopters from Leonardo Helicopters, with the aircraft being seen conducting test flights in Italy. Photos emerged...

Kenya Air Force C-27Js nearing delivery

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The Kenya Air Force (KAF) will soon be taking delivery of its three new C-27J Spartan airlifters from Italy's Leonardo. One of the...

Kenya confirms UAE Fennec delivery

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The Kenya Air Force (KAF) has officially received nine Fennec helicopters from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), after the aircraft were spotted...

Kenyan AT-802 decision postponed to mid-September

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Kenya is still to decide on whether or not to proceed with the purchase of armed AT-802 aircraft from the United States,...

Kenyan Huey II deliveries conclude

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Bell Helicopters has concluded deliveries of UH-1H Huey II helicopters to the Kenya Air Force, with the last two of eight aircraft...

Kenyan AH-1 Cobras coming from Jordan

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The second hand AH-1F Cobra attack helicopters Kenya is receiving are coming from Jordan, new information has revealed. An unidentified source close to...

Kenya receiving Cobra attack helicopters?

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The Kenya Air Force may be receiving AH-1 Cobra attack helicopters as part of its military modernisation efforts. Photos appeared online this week...

US hands over six Hueys to Kenya – two more on...

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The United States has formally handed over the first six of an eventual eight Bell Huey II helicopters to Kenya. The aircraft were...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...