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Twelve of the Brazilian turboprop light attack aircraft will be supplied via the U.S. foreign military sales system.
At the recent MAKS show, talks advanced on the supply of a lightweight helicopter, and general assistance to the Islamic Republic.
The order, contained in an August 2 memorandum, suspends the use of products supplied by the leading manufacturer of small drones.
The appearance of new Chinese fighters, missiles and drones in a big military parade suggests that entry into service has already occurred.
Confusingly, there are now two “Future Combat Air System” projects in Europe.
At a recent naval show in St Petersburg, a replacement for the canceled Mistral deal with France was displayed in model form
The manufacturer and the Air Force are negotiating the sale of two Boeing 747-8s originally ordered by bankrupt Russian carrier Transaero.
The manufacturer will build and test three upgraded CH-47F helicopters under the engineering and manufacturing development contract.
The Russian aerospace show provided a rare opportunity for Iran to exhibit weaponry abroad.
The service has determined that five defense contractors have the capability to develop the air-launched hypersonic strike weapon.