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Fifteen years after the concept was first mooted, NATO may finally acquire an alliance ground surveillance system (AGS).
Blue-on-blue incidents have always been an unfortunate factor in warfare, but a series of tragic events in recent times has brought the subject into sharp
At face value, the UK’s aerospace and defense industries might feel entitled to breathe a quiet sigh of relief and gently pat themselves on the back coming
Alenia Aermacchi is stepping up the pace on the production line for its new <br />M-346 Master jet trainer at the Venegono Superiore factory in northern It
This week’s Farnborough airshow will provide the closest look yet at what Irkut Corp.
L-3 Communications is here at the Farnborough airshow highlighting some of the technology with which it has been able to assert itself as a leader in syste
Announced last week was the first successful test of the 250-kilogram laser-guided version of Sagem’s AASM modular weapon.
Reports from Ecuador state that the nation is close to acquiring nine Atlas Cheetah C fighters from South Africa.
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Armed forces in Europe are bracing themselves for severe cutbacks as governments tackle budget deficit problems.