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Earlier this month Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) began flight trials of the single Boeing 767-200ER it has converted to multi-mission tanker transport
Raytheon is currently involved in two major upgrade programs for the U.S.
Boeing has consolidated its military aircraft business into four divisions from six, as part of a rationalization process prompted by <link ain-defense-per
In the last few weeks the <link news/single-news-page/article/embraer-looks-to-kc-390-to-bolster-its-defense-portfolio-25370/>Embraer KC-390 jet tanker/tra
Tomorrow marks the 50th anniversary of Operation Skyshield, one of the largest air drills in U.S.
An improved version of the Lockheed Martin Desert Hawk mini-UAV is now operating with the British Army in Afghanistan.
Iran unveiled a jet-powered UAV that it claimed could deliver two 250-pound bombs to targets beyond 600-miles range.
Responding to public complaints from Pentagon officials about the cost and progress of the Global Hawk program, Northrop Grumman has provided a robust defe
AeroVironment has become the first company to fly a stratospheric, very-long-endurance UAV as part of the U.S.
The crash of a Spanish Air Force two-seat Eurofighter at Moron airbase on August 24 that killed a pilot from the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) has raised qu