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Indian private sector companies are taking advantage of a more open defense procurement environment
The U.S. State Department announced a new export policy that provides for the sale of U.S.-made military and commercial drones overseas.
General Atomics said it has flown the first fully functional air-to-air collision avoidance radar for unmanned aircraft.
Dassault Aviation concluded its first export order for the Rafale fighter with Egypt in barely three months.
The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command issued updated guidance for inspecting Sikorsky CH/MH-53E heavy lift helicopters.
Israeli company has chosen the Bombardier business jet as it re-enters the maritime patrol aircraft market.
Row develops over alleged improper funding of modifications to the ACES ejection seat
Qatar could follow, but negotiations with India are still unresolved.
Northrop Grumman will propose a new design for the U.S. Air Force's T-X advanced jet trainer program instead of teaming with BAE Systems with its Hawk jet.
The UK Ministry of Defence is not yet ready to sign a long-term deal with BAE Systems.