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The radar has been cleared for export in a forward-basing mode, and the missiles are attracting international interest, says Raytheon.
Modified S-76 has logged more than 75 hours of flight testing, including autonomous zone selection and landing.
Concerns over the lack of local industrial participation remain, but the previous F-16 offset deal has passed muster.
Austria’s SCAR pod is doing well in the market thanks to its versatility.
U.S. government investigations highlight cost and reliability issues with the F-35 powerplant.
Lockheed Martin advances the F-35 Autonomic Logistics Information System, updates software, defers downlink.
Airbus D&S says fault was confined to one aircraft, in a final production error.
The 767-2C 'provisioned freighter' flew for the first time with an aerial refueling boom and wing refueling pods installed.
OEM AgustaWestland selected the Canadian company on behalf of the Royal Navy and Marines. Lockheed Martin gets Chinook training contract.
The MIDCAS project sponsored by the EDA used an Alenia Aermacchi Sky-Y demonstrator UAV in flight trials against conflicting traffic.