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Larkins Dsouza

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Defence Aviation Podcast

Defence Aviation Podcast

Larkins Dsouza

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We interview defence personnel, journalists, industry leaders, defence analysts, book authors etc to discuss military aviation topics ranging from Fighters to bombers and AWACS to AMRAAMS

Latest Episodes

F-35 Test Pilot Billie Flynn Destroys Myths about the Joint Strike Fighter Program

In this episode, I interviewed Billie Flynn an F-35 test pilot for the Lockheed Martin Corporation. Billie joined Lockheed Martin as a test pilot for the F-16 E/F Super Viper. He became the thirty-ninth pilot to fly the F-35 when he took off in an F-35B. He continues today conducting flight test on all F-35 variants. Billie is presently based at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. For shownotes visit http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode8

27 MIN2019 JAN 15
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F-35 Test Pilot Billie Flynn Destroys Myths about the Joint Strike Fighter Program

Former Concorde Pilot Tony Yule talks on Supersonic Air Travel

In this episode, I interview Tony Yule, a former Concorde pilot for the British Airways. He flew the Concorde for Six years. We discuss his experience as a pilot and talk about the Supersonic Air Travel. For shownotes visit http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode7

86 MIN2017 APR 27
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Former Concorde Pilot Tony Yule talks on Supersonic Air Travel

Space Tourism: Fly to Edge of Space on a MiG-29, experience Zero gravity and more. An interview with Philipp Schaer of MiGFlug

In this episode, I interview Philipp Schaer CEO of MiGFlug. An interesting company that takes people to the edge of space on a MiG-29 and conduct zero gravity flights. For show note visit http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode6

44 MIN2017 MAR 13
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Space Tourism: Fly to Edge of Space on a MiG-29, experience Zero gravity and more. An interview with Philipp Schaer of MiGFlug

LIVE from Aero India 2017: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) industry in India with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

We are LIVE from Aero India 2017 at Bengaluru, India. In this episode, I discuss on the Indian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Industry with David Willems of UMS Skeldar. You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode5

14 MIN2017 FEB 16
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LIVE from Aero India 2017: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) industry in India with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

A Glimpse into the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

In this episode I interview David Willems from Switzerland, he is the Business Development Director at UMS Skeldar. We discuss on Systems, Customers, ethical issues behind Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry etc. You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode4

16 MIN2016 MAR 2
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A Glimpse into the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

Future of Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and the British Army

In this episode I interview Justin Bronk a Researcher for Combat Air-power and Technology in the Military Sciences team at the London based defence think-tank the Royal United Services Institute. He is currently working on various projects including in depth study into how to get the most value from the F-35 for the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy which will be published in the very near future. You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode3

26 MIN2016 FEB 11
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Future of Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and the British Army

Feria Aeroespacial 2015: Mexico's First major international Air Show

Mexico is building up it's Air Force. The latest air show suggests it's interest in modernizing the Mexican military and civilian aviation industry.You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode2

30 MIN2015 MAY 13
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Feria Aeroespacial 2015: Mexico's First major international Air Show

Indian Rafale deal- Is the MMRCA competition really dead?

The decision to buy 36 ready-to-fly Dassault Rafales by India came in as a surprise to everyone. After nearly fifteen years of back and forth with Indian MMRCA deal, India finally decided to cancel the MMRCA program and just go with 36 Rafales. What changed?Show notes>> http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode1

33 MIN2015 APR 20
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Indian Rafale deal- Is the MMRCA competition really dead?
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Latest Episodes

F-35 Test Pilot Billie Flynn Destroys Myths about the Joint Strike Fighter Program

In this episode, I interviewed Billie Flynn an F-35 test pilot for the Lockheed Martin Corporation. Billie joined Lockheed Martin as a test pilot for the F-16 E/F Super Viper. He became the thirty-ninth pilot to fly the F-35 when he took off in an F-35B. He continues today conducting flight test on all F-35 variants. Billie is presently based at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. For shownotes visit http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode8

27 MIN2019 JAN 15
Comments
F-35 Test Pilot Billie Flynn Destroys Myths about the Joint Strike Fighter Program

Former Concorde Pilot Tony Yule talks on Supersonic Air Travel

In this episode, I interview Tony Yule, a former Concorde pilot for the British Airways. He flew the Concorde for Six years. We discuss his experience as a pilot and talk about the Supersonic Air Travel. For shownotes visit http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode7

86 MIN2017 APR 27
Comments
Former Concorde Pilot Tony Yule talks on Supersonic Air Travel

Space Tourism: Fly to Edge of Space on a MiG-29, experience Zero gravity and more. An interview with Philipp Schaer of MiGFlug

In this episode, I interview Philipp Schaer CEO of MiGFlug. An interesting company that takes people to the edge of space on a MiG-29 and conduct zero gravity flights. For show note visit http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode6

44 MIN2017 MAR 13
Comments
Space Tourism: Fly to Edge of Space on a MiG-29, experience Zero gravity and more. An interview with Philipp Schaer of MiGFlug

LIVE from Aero India 2017: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) industry in India with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

We are LIVE from Aero India 2017 at Bengaluru, India. In this episode, I discuss on the Indian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Industry with David Willems of UMS Skeldar. You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode5

14 MIN2017 FEB 16
Comments
LIVE from Aero India 2017: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) industry in India with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

A Glimpse into the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

In this episode I interview David Willems from Switzerland, he is the Business Development Director at UMS Skeldar. We discuss on Systems, Customers, ethical issues behind Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry etc. You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode4

16 MIN2016 MAR 2
Comments
A Glimpse into the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Industry with David Willems of UMS Skeldar

Future of Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and the British Army

In this episode I interview Justin Bronk a Researcher for Combat Air-power and Technology in the Military Sciences team at the London based defence think-tank the Royal United Services Institute. He is currently working on various projects including in depth study into how to get the most value from the F-35 for the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy which will be published in the very near future. You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode3

26 MIN2016 FEB 11
Comments
Future of Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and the British Army

Feria Aeroespacial 2015: Mexico's First major international Air Show

Mexico is building up it's Air Force. The latest air show suggests it's interest in modernizing the Mexican military and civilian aviation industry.You can find the show-notes at http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode2

30 MIN2015 MAY 13
Comments
Feria Aeroespacial 2015: Mexico's First major international Air Show

Indian Rafale deal- Is the MMRCA competition really dead?

The decision to buy 36 ready-to-fly Dassault Rafales by India came in as a surprise to everyone. After nearly fifteen years of back and forth with Indian MMRCA deal, India finally decided to cancel the MMRCA program and just go with 36 Rafales. What changed?Show notes>> http://www.defenceaviation.com/episode1

33 MIN2015 APR 20
Comments
Indian Rafale deal- Is the MMRCA competition really dead?
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