News and issues relating to the defense aerospace business, with emphasis on current/in-use, in-development and prospective programs for manned military aircraft, unmanned combat aircraft vehicles (UCAVs), military aircraft engines, avionics, missiles, bombs, guidance systems and ground-based air-defense systems.
“I can announce today that we’re now able to put £1.1 billion of investment back into our defense capabilities,” the UK Prime Minister said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is urging the defense industry to boost exports with more creative sources of financing.
Israel selected the M-346 in 2012 to replace its aging McDonnell Douglas A-4N, TA-4H and TA-4J Skyhawks of the 102 “The Flying Tigers” Squadron.
The Saab Gripen has proved to be a good test bed for missiles, as Saab explains how it manages to keep costs under control.
Russian order for MiG-29SMT raises hopes for commitment to the MiG-35 program.
Irkut is working on a possible new widebody airliner with China, as well as several military aircraft upgrades.
The UK RAF is proud of its Reaper capabilities and confident its rules of engagement in Afghanistan comply with the law and are adhered to.
Ukrainian company Aerotechnica specializes in modernizing Soviet-era radar equipment.
UAC subsidiaries are exhibiting under one roof at this year’s Farnborough show.