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Dramatically expanding the country’s airlift capabilities, the United Arab Emirates plans to add Boeing C-17s and Lockheed Martin C-130Js.
The United Arab Emirates has selected the Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master to fulfill its advanced trainer and combat support requirement.
Forecast International is predicting an $88.1 billion market for medium/heavy (15,000 pounds and up) military rotorcraft between now and 2018.
The Russian government has bailed out the MiG Corporation after it lost more than $300 million last year and reported total debts of $1.25 billion.
Indian helicopter requirements provided the only real news at this month’s Aero India event in Bangalore.
Defense business accounts for nearly half the turnover of Eurocopter, and recent export orders should help the EADS subsidiary overcome a downturn in comme
Intense speculation surrounds the Obama Administration’s Fiscal Year 2010 U.S.
The four partner nations in Eurofighter have agreed to delay until 2015 the introduction of the Meteor, the advanced rocket-ramjet beyond visual range air-
A new measure to open up defense procurement by European countries to greater competition will become law within the next 18 months.
Embraer has redesigned its C-390 tactical transport after advice from the Brazilian Air Force (FAB).