Monthly Archives: June 2016

Now a Motion Picture – Entebbe on the Screen

Reviewing the movie adaptations of Entebbe, and looking at the future. Continue reading

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The Entebbe Raid at 40

This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Raid on Entebbe, when Israel mounted a rescue mission to Uganda with four C-130 Hercules transports, helping to free more than 100 hostages. The audacity and success of this rescue was unmatched in … Continue reading

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Is there a seat at this table?

A letter from Australia to the European Union. G’day Brussels, We read in the news this week that you might soon find yourselves one country short. It sounds like a nasty business, Brexit, especially after all you’ve been through together. But from … Continue reading

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Review – Night Manager on the small screen

There’s more to this British-American TV series than being just a James Bond audition.  Sadly, there’s also much less than meets the eye. The Night Manager has all the ingredients we’ve come to expect from major television dramas. Co-produced between BBC … Continue reading

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Can I borrow a lift?

The Luftwaffe is reportedly seeking partners to help cover its tactical airlift gap. A few months ago, I wrote about how Lockheed Martin might eventually crack a market for its C-130 Hercules that has remained elusive for 60 years – … Continue reading

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