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The initial assignments cover 8 percent of the repairable work the Department of Defense plans to make available outside of the U.S.
Production of the Beriev Be-200 has been resumed with improvements, leading to new interest, says maker.
For all of China's efforts to showcase new fighter aircraft, the biennial event demonstrated that Beijing still relies on Russian technology.
The government watchdog agency released a declassified version of its February decison denying Boeing's protest of the B-21 contract award.
At the Indodefence event in Jakarta, key discussions involved boosting the country’s aerospace industry.
The Brazilian subsidiary of Airbus Helicopters is doing the development to help meet technology transfer goals
Invitations to propose seem to favor the F-16 or Gripen.
The U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Army and Air Force each have plans to acquire new unmanned aircraft systems in the future.
A higher thrust powerplant should fly on the T-50 PAKFA next year, while new missiles and bombs have been specified.
Airstrikes by Western forces help Iraq fight ISIS, but Syria becomes ever more complicated