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So the A400M is now named the Grizzly.
<strong>Raytheon Gets the Nod for P-8I Radar</strong><br />Boeing has awarded a development contract to Raytheon for an international version of the APY-10
The Eurofighter Typhoon partner companies will announce here today their decision to kick-start the development of an active electronically scanned array (
UK-based ammunition specialist Chemring Group (Hall 4 A12) and Malaysia-based National Aerospace and Defence Industries (NADI) signed a memorandum of under
Hawker Beechcraft’s first AT-6 PRTV (production-representative test vehicle) has taken time out from its busy test schedule to make its international debut
Information technology (IT) specialist CSC aims to increase its European aerospace and defense business by up to 10 percent year-on-year as it seeks to cap
Air Tractor’s AT-802U light attack and surveillance aircraft made its debut at Paris last year, but comes to Farnborough this year with new capabilities.
Selex Galileo (Stand OE1 & OE2) is displaying a range of its radar, electro-optic/infrared and electronic warfare sensors here at Farnborough.
Qinetiq, which is feeling the squeeze from the dip in research and development budgets, has announced plans to shed several hundred jobs.
<strong>Associated Aircraft To Develop Next-gen IFF</strong><br />U.S.