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One key benefit of the future GPS III satellites that the DOD plans to launch in 2014 is that they will transmit a second civil aviation signal, called L-5
Technical negotiations with the United Arab Emirates for what will be the <link ain-defense-perspective/single-publication-story/browse/0/article/uae-negot
Israel’s Elbit showed the latest member of its UAV family for the first time at the Paris Air Show in June.
Northrop Grumman has now equipped more than 400 aircraft of 42 types with its AAQ-24(V) Nemesis directed infrared countermeasures system, which is designed
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EADS hopes to persuade France, Germany and Spain to launch development of its Advanced UAV, now named Talarion, a medium/high-altitude surveillance drone.
With the recent handover flights from the commercial factory to Boeing Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) in Seattle, the P-8A Poseidon next-generation marit
Airbus has presented “a realistic development and production schedule” to the A400M partner nations, CEO Tom Enders said here in Paris on Tuesday.
One of the more unusual debutants at this year’s airshow is Israel Aerospace Industries’ HAROP loitering munition.
On Tuesday Patria handed over the first serial production upgraded Hawk trainer to the Finnish air force here at the Paris Air Show.