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15 years since Lockheed Martin won the Joint Strike Fighter evaluation, the F-35 is now in service.
Retired F/A-18s recovered from the aircraft 'boneyard' at Davis-Monthan AFB will be returned to service with the U.S. Marine Corps.
Ahead of a firm agreement with HAL, the OEM is designing a new wing and exploring weapons integration
Boeing is supplying the light attack helicopter to the Saudi Arabia National Guard under a 2014 foreign military sale.
Release of the third development version of the Autonomic Logistics Information System will coincide with the end of the F-35 development phase.
An order financed by Saudi Arabia has not yet been officially announced, but is welcome news for the Russian manufacturer.
The U.S. Army is divesting 340 Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warriors as a consequence of its 2013 Aviation Restructure Initiative.
New UAVs, heavy helicopters and air defense missiles were pitched – and an all-German OPV made its debut
Lockheed Martin is proposing the variant of the Korea Aerospace Industries T-50 Golden Eagle for the U.S. Air Force's T-X trainer requirement.
The country’s drive to eliminate reliance on Ukrainian powerplants continues, with the Mi-26 next in line.