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A top-level handshake in Brazil earlier this month does not necessarily mean the end of that country’s long quest to select a new fighter.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and CEO Scott Carson announced today that he will retire from the company at the end of the year.
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More than a year after U.S.
Eurofighter and Eurojet finally secured the long-delayed contract on 31 July for Tranche 3A, comprising a further 112 Typhoon aircraft and 241 EJ200 engine
Israel’s Urban Aeronautics is ground-testing its unmanned Mule fancraft, an unconventional rotorcraft featuring two shrouded main rotors in tandem configur
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The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) is proceeding with a controversial upgrade of 30 SA330 Puma helicopters that have already been operated by the Royal Air F