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The refurbished Super Seasprites are expected to serve with the Royal New Zealand Navy through at least 2030.
The BriteCloud digital radio frequency memory jamming decoy is an option on the Gripen.
The prototype has flown to 30,000 feet and at 120 to 310 knots calibrated airspeed, with a maximum airspeed tested of 430 ktas.
The Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules will operate with the 103 Squadron of Israel's Air and Space Force.
Current plans call for Boeing to deliver the final EA-18Gs in 2016, but the 22 Growlers the Navy requested would extend that through 2017.
Air Force issues RFP for aircraft outfitted for airborne warning and control system role.
The U.S. Navy is taking a “layered approach” to meeting the see-and-avoid requirement until it finds a technology solution.
Modified bulkheads will address cracking issues in early production versions of the Joint Strike Fighter.
Between March 1 and 26 Russian aircraft approached Bulgaria on nine occasions, flying without flight plans and requiring investigation.
The Indian Air Force has and urgent need for Stage II intermediate jet trainers.