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Japan is examining the possibility of continuing production of the Mitsubishi F-2 to bolster its fighter fleet in the face of growing Chinese capability, a
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During the Farnborough airshow in late July, the Brazilian air force announced its intention to acquire 28 <link news/single-news-page/article/embraer-look
Insitu, a subsidiary of Boeing, has won the U.S.
It was an airshow planned and prepared for during the worst of the past two years of economic downturn and yet Farnborough International 2010 ended up deli
Esterline CMC Electronics secured a follow-on order from Sikorsky for flight management systems in Black Hawk helicopters.
A quick turnaround in aerospace and defense is unlikely, since the industries still face huge challenges, according to business advisor AlixPartners.
The Royal Air Force (RAF) will emerge from the current UK Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) with only two types of airlifter, two types of fight
Northrop Grumman rolled out the X-47B UCAS-D (unmanned combat air system-demonstrator) in December 2008 and since then has been busy preparing the first of