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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.
The “Dragon Spear” conversion of U.S.
<a ></a>Boeing sold a fifth C-17 airlifter to Australia and delivered the first of six aircraft to the UAE in recent weeks.
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There was news last week of two long-delayed air-refueling tanker contracts.
During the 2011 International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF), held in Istanbul on May 10 to 13, EADS Cassidian signed a memorandum of understanding with Turk
Hawker Beechcraft has dispatched the first export version of the current variant of its T-6 turboprop trainer, delivering 12 aircraft to the Royal Moroccan
Northrop Grumman unveiled a new optionally piloted vehicle in the medium-altitude, long-endurance (Male) class, which is currently dominated by General Ato
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