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The saga of failed procurements and indigenous aircraft development continues.
MRO eyes unfulfilled U.S. requirement. Meanwhile, Israel’s own C-130H upgrade takes to the air
The service has procured 'an initial quantity' of the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System, manufacturer BAE Systems said.
The two manufacturers said Lockheed Martin's involvement with competing teams for the Army joint multi-role demonstration is not a problem.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Air Force describes its plan for IOC, and voices continuing concern about new logistics system
Company would provide a fleet of Eclipse VLJs for no up-front investment by the U.S. government, at a fee-per-flight-hour.
The service expects to award contracts next year for sustainment of Royal Saudi Air Force F-15C/D, S and new F-15SA models.
Raytheon would play different roles on at least two of the industry teams competing for the U.S. Air Force JStars recapitalization program.
The Russian service reported conducting nearly 100 bombing raids as of October 5 in coordination with the Syrian army.
Tactical transport and naval helicopters would be used on newly ordered Mistral-class landing ships, along with Kamov KA-52 attack helicopters.