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The long-range anti-ship missile extends Australia’s maritime reach as strategic competition rises in the Indo-Pacific region.
The next-generation heavy-lifter for the Marine Corps has successfully undertaken its first sea trials.
NATO’s MMF is acquiring the A330 MRTTs for tanker, transport, and medical evacuation duties on behalf of its member nations.
The addition of AH-64 gunships to the Moroccan inventory is part of an ongoing effort to strengthen and modernize the kingdom’s military forces.
The F-35As of the U.S. Air Force will be nuclear-capable, armed with a guided version of the B61 variable-yield weapon.
The Royal Canadian Air Force is upgrading nearly half of its Hornet fleet while it waits for a new fighter.
The compound Sikorsky-Boeing SB-1 Defiant helicopter broke the 200-knot speed barrier earlier this month.
The GBU-53 is currently the only weapon in the U.S. inventory that can hit moving targets at night and in visually-obscured conditions.
The AT-5 is a derivative of the F-CK-1 Ching-kuo and will replace aging AT-3s and F-5s in the Republic of China Air Force.
A new $4 million contract with the U.S. government makes Hilton Software a prime contractor for two government agencies.