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Amid Conflict, Israel Projects Minimal Presence at Dubai
IAI, Rafael and Elbit built exhibits but few representatives appeared
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Edge Group Provides 'One Stop Shopping' for Defense Systems
Abu Dhabi-based conglomerate a key element of 'Make in the UAE' initiative
The Search for Stealth: Where Can Gulf States Buy Radar-evading Fighters?
Stealthy fighter jets remain on Arab nations’ wishlist
Iranian Su-35 Fighter Deal Could Prompt Gulf Defense Rethink
Gulf states' adversary is reported to be shopping for 24 new generation Russian combat jets
Dassault Rafale Is Gulf Region’s Best-selling Fighter Jet
‘Late bloomer’ now ubiquitous in Middle East
AI Drives Technology for Raytheon Intelligent Sensing
Raytheon’s RAIVEN offers pilots faster and more precise threat identification.
Sikorsky Black Hawk: 21st Century Chapter in PZL Mielec's Storied History
Poland’s PZL Mielec not only builds the Sikorsky Black Hawk, but it serves as a major supplier to Lockheed Martin’s F-16 program.
With the Adaptive-cycle Engine, 'The Great Engine War' Resumes
GE and Pratt & Whitney are fighting for a place on the USAF Next Generation Air Dominance fighter.
U.S. Radar Firms Offering Next-Gen AESA Designs
Raytheon, Northrup Grumman introduce AESA for fifth-generation fighters and earlier iterations.
Rapid Dragon: A Game-changer in Stand-Off Weapons Delivery
A program between the U.S. defense industry and several military customers called Rapid Dragon allows for delivery of munitions from non-combat aircraft.
Eurofighter Tranche 4 Offers New Tech and Retrofit Capabilities
The quest for Eurofighter relevance until the European next-gen fighter programs enter production keeps partners busy upgrading systems for retrofit.
PLA Exercises Raise Further Fears of a Chinese Attack on Taiwan
The People’s Republic of China is intensifying intimidation of its island neighbor Taiwan.
Embraer Defense & Security Eyes European Expansion
Several important achievements for Embraer this year included receipt of the Final Type Certificate for the C-390 Millennium.
Russian Aerospace Forces a Shadow of Former Self
Ukrainian defenses are exposing weaknesses in Russia’s air power.
U.S., European Defense Suppliers Play Critical Role in Ukraine
Upgrading aging Russian jets with Western hardware is now making a difference in the air war in Ukraine.
China’s PLAAF: On Multiple Tracks To Become A Modern Force
Russian derivatives form the basis of China’s aspirations to join the world’s top producers of fighter aircraft.
China’s March To Challenge U.S. Navy Shortens
Beijing has shortened development timelines by acquiring U.S. and Russian carrier aviation technology.
Covid, Sanctions Take Toll on Russia’s Defense Electronics Firms
Russia’s defense industry has been crippled by supply-chain disruptions and Western sanctions.
Russia Shifting Priorities to New Fighter Designs
The Russian defense industry looks to move beyond upgrades and derivatives of the Su-27 and MiG-29.
Russia Signals Ambition To Overturn UAE F-35 Sale
The new single-engine “Checkmate” fighter appears for the first time outside Russia at Dubai 2021.
Diehl Unveils Adaptive Missile Innovations At Singapore
Diehl Defence is highlighting its adaptive missile solutions at the 2020 Singapore Airshow.
PLAAF Senior Pilot Reveals Poor Performance in Joint Exercise With RTAF
A report details the performance of PLAAF aircraft in Falcon Strike 2015.
India Prepares For New Fighter Tender
Rafales are now being delivered but there are still holes and problems with the procurement cycle.
Maintenance and Modifications
BARP Offers Services for New and Older Russian Fighters
Belarus Aircraft Repair Plant No. 558 enjoys a competitive advantage in the servicing of Russia-built aircraft.
Ukraine Defense Aims To Thrive Against Odds
Ukraine has been hitting the headlines again recently but it still remains vulnerable to Russia, so is trying to bolster its defenses.
Catic Caters to Customers with Full Line of Fighters
China's Catic has pursued new military aircraft programs based on increasingly advanced technology.
Russia’s Aerospace Sector May Be Headed For Consolidation
Folding Russian Helicopters into the OAK structure to form one single entity is a possibility.
Ukraine International Airlines Demands Full Investigation Into Iran 737 Shootdown
Ukraine International Airlines executives held a press conference to address Iran’s culpability in the shootdown of Flight PS752.
Elettronica Offers Next-Gen EW System For Europe, Asia
Four companies have teamed to develop the “Praetorian Evolution" of the Eurofighter.
Conflict Over An-124 Program Continues
A conflict over the An-124 freighter between Ukraine and Russia puts Germany In the middle.
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