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The Brazilian manufacturer said its defense segment is being affected by reduced government spending and a devalued currency.
The Royal Australian Air Force plans to operate 12 of the Super Hornet derivatives for the airborne electronic attack mission.
But after nearly a year, Operation Inherent Resolve has not had a decisive effect on Islamic State
A sale worth more than $1 billion is likely, along with the choice of private Indian company Pipavev to assemble them.
The U.S. Department of Defense says it is not planning to deploy Patriot missile batteries in Poland.
The Bell 412EPI twin was preferred to the new H160 from Airbus Helicopters to replace UH-1J utility helicopters.
The Army is shedding more than 300 helicopters as it transitions to a twin-engine fleet.
The first pilots and mechanics, plus the initial logistics chain, was set up in only six months.
The manufacturer will absorb an after-tax charge of $536 million due to 'higher estimated engineering and manufacturing costs' of tanker.
The Kawasaki P-1 was flown to the UK’s premier airshow, but is an unlikely contender for that country’s maritime aircraft requirement.