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The Czechs have selected the UH-1Y and AH-1Z in preference to the Sikorsky UH-60M as the country increases its defense spending
Ilyushin’s Il-276 has long been pitched as a replacement for the An-12 airlifter, but the Russian defense ministry is now also looking at rival designs
Japan formalizes its intent to buy STOVL F-35Bs, while Taiwan’s long-held desire to receive more F-16s finally gets U.S. approval
Having already gained domestic orders, the twin-jet Antonov transport has now received an order from the Peruvian police
The U.S. Army has trained nearly 1,500 student pilots on the Airbus UH-72A.
Improving the E-767s is part of an overhaul for Japan’s air surveillance fleet that also includes new-generation Hawkeyes.
Work to give 173 A-10Cs a new lease on life has been undertaken since 2011 and has now reached its conclusion.
The People’s Liberation Army Air Force dispatched J-10s, JH-7s, and H-6Ks to take part in the Russian Aviadarts exercise.
The delivery of two Pegasus tankers to Pease ANGB in New Hampshire marks the start of the type’s career with the Air National Guard.
The Perm Motor Works is building new hot-section components to allow the overhaul of engines to keep the MiG-31 fleet flying until 2035.