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The U.S. Air Force selected Boeing as prime contractor for the Eagle Passive Active Warning Survivability System.
The service will award 'up to two' contracts for a two-year preliminary design phase of the engine planned for Apache and Blackhawk helicopters.
The defense ministry signed contracts for both direct commercial and foreign military sales of helicopters and supporting equipment.
The large Israel Aerospace Industries reconnaissance drone will serve 'as a deterrent,' according to an Indian Air Force official.
Helicopters may be stationed on Mistral class landing ships originally intended for Russia, but supplied to Egypt instead.
The first flight of a full KC-46A tanker accomplishes a key milestone in the Air Force's decision to start building the new mission aircraft.
The partners are eyeing a U.S. Air Force requirement that would equip F-15 fighter with a new air-air detection capability.
The manufacturer's 'F-15 2040C' upgrade would extend the life of the air superiority fighter as a complement of the F-22 Raptor.
Details of the secretive Long Range Strike – Bomber (LRS-B) program are slowly emerging, as rival bidders await USAF’s choice.
The North African country will soon have 56 in its fleet; Iran wants to license-produce the Sukhoi fighter.