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Before the long-delayed first flight of the A400M, the new airlifter’s TP400 turboprop was flown 18 times on a C-130 flight test bed (FTB) modified and flo
A senior Pentagon official called for greater cooperation between the U.S.
Potential bidders for a 75-aircraft Indian air force basic trainer requirement met this week for a pre-bid conference.
Lockheed Martin announced another order for Sniper targeting pods from the U.S.
Selex Galileo (Stand J39) believes it can become a key player in defense electronics in Southeast Asia.
Following a successful test last fall, Raytheon’s fifth-generation AIM-9X–the principal short-range air-to-air missile employed by U.S.
As part of a strategy to shed its image as a maker of clever but lonely boxes, ITT’s defense segment last month announced a realignment aimed at propelling
Alenia Aermacchi’s M-346 Master advanced trainer is here in Singapore to compete against the KAI T-50 Golden Eagle for the republic’s air force jet trainer
A deal to rescue the troubled Airbus A400M airlifter has been put together.
There can be few finer sights in aviation than a General Dynamics F-111 bomber demonstrating the “dump-and-burn” routine.