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The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks information on "distributed airborne capabilities" involving small unmanned aircraft.
Indonesia has three separate programs covering current, middle- and long-term requirements.
The service plans to spend $503 million on the jet trainer over the next five years.
The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command released a request for information on sense-and-avoid radar solutions for the MQ-4C Triton on November 3.
The F-35C Joint Strike Fighter made its first arrested landing on an aircraft carrier on November 3.
The Royal Australian Air Force will continue using the IAI Heron to train until it receives the MQ-4C Triton.
Negotiations between Russia and China continue for Su-35S multirole fighters.
Russian Helicopters completed deliveries of Mil Mi-17V5 helicopters to the Afghan Army in October.
Insitu unveiled the ScanEagle 2 with a new engine and payload options at the Euronaval 2014 conference in Paris.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority chose Cobham SAR Services to provide airborne search and rescue services beginning in 2016.