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The service plans to repair 15 grounded F-35As by December; it will then implement the fix on 42 jets on Lockheed Martin's assembly line.
The company’s US-based Electronics Systems business has used DARPA funding to develop flexible, wide-spectrum integrated circuits.
The capability to operate in contested environments, autonomy and networking will be key future capabilities, experts say.
Mil Mi-17/24/35 rotorcraft are a key weapon against terrorism for the African state.
The service announced the name of the new long-range strike bomber after a suspenseful build-up at the annual Air Force Association conference.
Insulating material around an avionics cooling line in a fuel tank was found to be shedding, the F-35 Joint Program Office said.
At the Africa Aerospace and Defence Show, the first export examples were shown equipped with Chinese weapons
The case could set a legal precedent on armed forces' buying decisions.
The SPECTRO XR is a long-range, multispectral sensor ball for ISR and targeting, with a launch customer
The manufacturer and partner Saab of Sweden rolled out the new jet during a rousing ceremony in St. Louis.