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Sikorsky has begun the tooling process for the U.S.
QinetiQ looks set to build on solid successes in the U.S.
With the proliferation of UAVs greatly increasing the number of “eyes in the sky,” the flow of video imagery streaming into intelligence centers is turning
Finmeccanica’s Alenia Aermacchi division is launching a competition to find a nickname for its M346.
Last week Sagem successfully conducted the third and final qualification test firing of its “one-meter” class armament air-sol modulaire (AASM) modular air
Litening III targeting pods supplied by Ultra Electronics to the RAF have successfully completed their first year of service in Iraq.
In aviation’s early days, long-distance HF communications used wire antennas trailing behind the aircraft.
This columnist never did discover why the U.S.
Student pilots from the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) have begun basic flight training on the Pilatus PC-21 advanced turboprop.
Although neither the UAE nor Singapore has yet chosen their new jet trainer, both have now eliminated the BAE Systems Hawk from consideration.