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The flight test proved Infirno’s high-definition sensor performance and stability in the demanding rotary-wing environment.
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) yesterday handed Boeing $6 billion-worth of orders.
Leonardo-Finmeccanica unveils weaponized, fighter-trainer version of its advanced training platform
After 16 years of development the Meteor air-to-air missile is now in front-line service with the Gripens of Sweden.
The U.S. military’s V-22 Joint Program Office is floating an “international acquisition concept”.
Airbus D&S is continuing to develop the home-grown Zephyr for military and civil applications.
UK defense minister believes the country can stand with the U.S. in being able to project power around the world.
The 13-pound Fury munition has been designed for UAVs like Textron’s Shadow.
Embraer says KC-390 customers will have the “best support available” via its teaming agreement with Boeing.
After five years of development Thales subsidiary TDA is launching its Aculeus-LG laser-guided rocket with a French army order.