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An order financed by Saudi Arabia has not yet been officially announced, but is welcome news for the Russian manufacturer.
The U.S. Army is divesting 340 Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warriors as a consequence of its 2013 Aviation Restructure Initiative.
New UAVs, heavy helicopters and air defense missiles were pitched – and an all-German OPV made its debut
Lockheed Martin is proposing the variant of the Korea Aerospace Industries T-50 Golden Eagle for the U.S. Air Force's T-X trainer requirement.
The country’s drive to eliminate reliance on Ukrainian powerplants continues, with the Mi-26 next in line.
The divestment plan for its electronics and border security business has been explained by the European aerospace giant
Technical issues with the refueling boom and drogue systems have caused the service to postpone its Milestone C production decision to August.
CAE and Discovery Air also eye contracted-out opportunities elsewhere, including the UK.
Maritime patrol aircraft requirement is seen, to counter China’s expansionism in the South China Sea.
They are helping local ground forces regain territory from ISIS – but at a high cost in dollars and destruction