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.
Sweden is currently outlining a three-year test plan to test a locally developed biofuel in a Gripen, in a scheme that is partly funded by the U.S.
Sweden is advancing its own Gripen development path alongside that of the Gripen Next Generation aircraft intended for export, which is currently awaiting
Fifteen years after the concept was first mooted, NATO may finally acquire an alliance ground surveillance system (AGS).
Blue-on-blue incidents have always been an unfortunate factor in warfare, but a series of tragic events in recent times has brought the subject into sharp
At face value, the UK’s aerospace and defense industries might feel entitled to breathe a quiet sigh of relief and gently pat themselves on the back coming
Alenia Aermacchi is stepping up the pace on the production line for its new <br />M-346 Master jet trainer at the Venegono Superiore factory in northern It
This week’s Farnborough airshow will provide the closest look yet at what Irkut Corp.
L-3 Communications is here at the Farnborough airshow highlighting some of the technology with which it has been able to assert itself as a leader in syste
Announced last week was the first successful test of the 250-kilogram laser-guided version of Sagem’s AASM modular weapon.
Reports from Ecuador state that the nation is close to acquiring nine Atlas Cheetah C fighters from South Africa.