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Intended to replace the T-45 Goshawk, the new trainer is not required to launch from, or recover to aircraft carriers.
The $3.1 billion award to Boeing covers the Harpoon anti-ship weapon and the SLAM ER long-range cruise missile for air-to-ground use.
Japan is the first, and to date only, overseas customer for the Bell Boeing V-22 tiltrotor.
Swedish remote tower venture continues to grow its business, and is making its first forays into military ATC with the UK's RAF.
After several delays, the Swedish government has initiated the process to replace the 57-year old Saab SK 60 in the training role.
AS 365s and H160s helicopters are being leased to cover a gap between the retirement of the Aérospatiale Alouette III and the arrival of the H160M.
The adoption of advanced podded targeting and reconnaissance systems significantly enhances the M-346FA’s combat potential.
Saab has delivered the first of three GlobalEye swing-role surveillance systems to the United Arab Emirates on schedule.
Despite the ending of the Boeing-Embraer JV to oversee development and marketing of the tanker-transport, the original marketing agreement remains.
The new radar is available as an upgrade for Gripen fighters, and can also be tailored to other types and for other missions.