The latest issue of Combat Aircraft should have dropped onto the doormat of all UK and Europe subscribers today - and it's in the shops from 22 May.
The US edition is now printing and will be with US subscribers early next month.
As usual, the issue is packed with great news and stunning features:
Black Monday - Robert F. Dorr details the latest US budget cuts proposed by defense secretary Robert Gates in a special report.
'Green Bats' of Nellis - Steve Davies brings us a report and exclusive aerial images of the 422nd TES at Nellis.
Pakistan's high fliers - Pakistan Army helicopter mountain rescue is detailed in this feature from Rogier Westerhuis.
Knights of the North - a report from my recent visit to Bodo to see the Royal Norwegian AF F-16s in action.
US Marine Corps Airpower - a full rundown of the USMC from Tom Kaminski.
Fighting with the Gladiators - US Navy Hornet training unit VFA-106 is detailed by Rick Llinares.
Omani Air Power - a 50th anniversary special report by Peter R. Foster.
New Series - US Navy Fighters of the Fifties - Rick Burgess details the F9F Panther.
Bulgaria's Last Fishbeds - Alexander Mladenov looks at MiG-21 operations in Bulgaria.
Plus the latest world news including a look at F-15SE Silent Eagle, the Predator C and an exclusive interview with the chief of the Air National Guard.
I hope you all enjoy the magazine!