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International Aero Engines (IAE) will begin to consider a “SelectThree” variant of its established <link news/single-news-page/article/iae-establishes-fix-
Raytheon’s Space and Airborne Systems division has upgraded its SeaVue maritime surveillance radar, incorporating a situational awareness package that has
The cost of operating the Bell-Boeing V-22 Tiltrotor has been significantly reduced in the past year, according to U.S.
Development of an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar for the Eurofighter Typhoon is continuing, although the four European partner nations st
Elbit Systems of Haifa, Israel, announced the first export sale of its <link airshow-convention-news/paris-air-show/single-publication-story/browse/0/artic
Since winning the <link news/single-news-page/article/pentagon-boeing-was-clear-winner-of-kc-x-contest-28834/>$4 billion contract from the U.S.
Although rebel forces have gained hardly any ground in Libya, NATO officials are still optimistic that airpower alone will eventually force Col.
During a visit by Pakistani Prime Minister Yousef Raza Gilani to Beijing in late May, it was reported that China is to provide 50 <a href="news/single-news
Lockheed Martin has learned “some painful lessons” during the development of the F-35, CEO Bob Stevens told journalists in late May.
Lockheed Martin test pilot Dan Canin flew the 12th “weight-optimized” F-35 Lightning II test airframe on May 21, completing the allotted trials batch.