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The North African country will soon have 56 in its fleet; Iran wants to license-produce the Sukhoi fighter.
But there was missile news from MBDA and Thales, while Lockheed Martin briefed the SC-130J maritime Hercules conversion.
U.S. Air Force leadership defends major programs and describes new operating concepts.
The first flight of a 'full-up' tanker with aerial refueling equipment installed is the KC-46A program's next major milestone.
The commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Africa warns that Russia has achieved parity with allied air forces in Europe and elsewhere.
Lockheed Martin is spending company funds on a U-2 replacement that could be multi-mission.
Kuwait is to get a mix of single- and twin-seat versions of the Eurofighter Typhoon
Army hopes its 22 Tigers will be more reliable and less expensive to operate after a planned mid-life update.
India’s first private helicopter venture gains steam at Nagpur, as Reliance prepares for production.
Lebanon would be the second country to receive the Light Air Support (LAS) aircraft nominated by the U.S. to bolster security.