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BAE Systems and Hindustan Aeronautics have jointly funded a dual-role training/combat version of the evergreen jet trainer.
Two weeks after ending its partnership with Raytheon, the Italian company will compete for the T-X program through its DRS subsidiary.
Bell's next tiltrotor design is 93 percent done and conducting ground testing in preparation for first flight around September 2017.
The RAAF’s first two Lightning IIs will make a transpacific roundtrip; the air arm’s first Growler will also be there.
The venerable equivalent of the US Navy’s P-3 Orion ASW aircraft is receiving a makeover that will keep it effective.
The service earlier evaluated the 243-pound helicopter for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance as well as forward observer missions.
President Donald Trump's intervention helped expedite negotiations for the latest F-35 production lot, Lockheed Martin acknowledged.
A week after Raytheon and Leonardo-Finmeccanica publicly withdrew, Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems said they also will not compete for T-X.
Manufacturing RAC MiG hosted military attaches from 30 countries for the public showing in Lukhovitsy, near Moscow.
Boeing's F/A-18 Super Hornet is the likely front-runner; the Navy is also talking E-2D Hawkeye AEW with the U.S.