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UK company Dart Jet is proposing a revolutionary approach to fast-jet training.
The deliveries originated in a massive arms deal the U.S. and Saudi governments negotiated in 2010.
Intended for older, legacy Black Hawks, the all-digital suite will begin certification testing this fall.
Despite the gloomy talk after the “Brexit” decision to leave the EU, the UK is pushing ahead with defense procurement plans.
The Bell Helicopters V280 is being prepared for a first flight in September 2017.
A rare glimpse of Israeli company’s special mission aircraft capabilities was had at a recent conference.
New contracts have been issued, but maturity of a technology that can disable computer systems is debated.
Technology insertions by 2018 will improve the AH-64E’s fire-control radar, increase interoperability with unmanned aircraft.
Israeli company’s missile expertise is a legacy of a troubled region and the need for robust defense, but exports are also a key focus.
Only the most accomplished in French aviation are recognized in this way.