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A.A. Khamraev


This article enlightens the principles of flight in military aviation. It also discusses basic flight mechanics, types and roles of aircraft, safety considerations and design and certification procedures. Furthermore, this article aims to provide approaches in military aviation safety, effective regulatory control during design and development, operation and maintenance of the military aviation assets.

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A.A. Khamraev. (2022). PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT IN MILITARY AVIATION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 10(2), 511–516. Retrieved from


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