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Japan's desire for further F-35s could result in an order for 20 more to begin the replacement of the F-15 Eagle
Leonardo and Thales UK have joined forces to demonstrate a UK-soveriegn DIRCM capability based on the Miysis jammer and Elix-IR warning system
The original Czech L-39 became the stalwart of the Soviet-era training machine. Now Aero is back in production with a thoroughly updated aircraft
The helicopter would be made in Philadelphia.
The Pentagon has issued a temporary grounding order for all F-35s as mishap investigators suspect a faulty fuel tube caused the recent F-35B crash
India becomes the latest nation to acquire the S-400 (SA-21 "Growler") surface-to-air missile, but could face a CAATSA response from the U.S.
Embraer has flown its first production KC-390, but it will not be going to the Brazilian air force right away, as it is needed for trials.
General Atomics is providing new launch and recovery systems for the U.S. Navy's next aircraft carriers.
The Pilatus advanced trainer was selected by France in early 2017 to replace Epsilons and Alpha Jets.
Italy's Tornado ECR defense suppression aircraft become the fourth type—and the first non-U.S. aircraft—to be cleared to fire the AARGM missile.