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The Russian manufacturer has experienced a downturn in sales, but now has an order for 100 Mi-28NMs.
Belarus is expanding its defense industry capabilities, introducing a new drone and a counter-UAS jammer.
The FAA has issued new special security instructions regarding UAS operations near U.S. Navy assets.
While it has been acknowledged that the Sukhoi Su-57 has some way to go before fully entering service, the order for the VKS is being increased
King Aerospace will launch aircraft maintenance and support operations May 17 for the nuclear watchdog’s fleet of 737 and DC-9 “Combi” aircraft.
Russia's missile industry is developing new air-launched weapons to equip the recently upgraded Tu-95MSM and Tu-160M strategic bombers.
Leonardo's active jamming decoy is to be tested on U.S. F-16s and, if successful, could be adopted fleetwide to improve the aircraft's defenses.
Early F-35s are to be assigned to an aggressor squadron to permit the replication of potential fifth-generation threat types.
Qinetiq will provide and operate UMS Skeldar V-200 UAVs aboard Royal Canadian Navy ships, as well as support land special operations forces
Saab will undertake its share of T-X manufacture at a new facility to be built at West Lafayette, Indiana