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The Air Force Research Laboratory developed the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast conventional bomb in 2003 but it was never used.
The Latin American Aerospace and Defense (LAAD) event was affected by the region’s economic problems.
The FAA action to prevent drone flights over 133 military facilities is the first time it has instituded drone-specific airspace restrictions.
Big new deals follow previous imports by the Kingdom; other countries also buying Chinese UCAVs to avoid Western export restrictions.
The Navy's baseline MQ-4C Triton was supposed to come with sense-and-avoid radar, but that capability has been postponed to a 2024 upgrade.
As the twinjet strike aircraft begins replacing Su-24s, new precision-guided weapons are being added
The three-day T-45C grounding comes as the Navy copes with increasing rates of physiological episodes in Hornets, Super Hornets and Growlers.
Local partner PTDI – currently completing Cougars, Fennecs and Panthers – will be helped to develop support and MRO services.
The upgraded F/A-18E/F multirole fighter would ably complement the F-35C Lightning II in carrier air wings into the 2030s, Boeing says.
The nation reportedly favors the Yak-130, since it can simulate the Su-30 fighters already in service