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About eight aircraft are likely heading for the African state
The UK opted to partner with the U.S. in developing an STOVL-capable Joint Strike Fighter instead of developing a replacement for the Harrier.
Substantial role for Turkish industry in production of 109 Sikorsky S-70 helicopters
The Low Rate of Initial Production Lot 10 contract is due to be finalized "relatively soon."
Maker is touting strategic ISR capability with new multispectral sensor.
For an initial investment of less than $2.5 billion, the UK got Level One status in the F-35 program.
15 years since Lockheed Martin won the Joint Strike Fighter evaluation, the F-35 is now in service.
Retired F/A-18s recovered from the aircraft 'boneyard' at Davis-Monthan AFB will be returned to service with the U.S. Marine Corps.
Ahead of a firm agreement with HAL, the OEM is designing a new wing and exploring weapons integration
Boeing is supplying the light attack helicopter to the Saudi Arabia National Guard under a 2014 foreign military sale.