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The U.S. Army expects to choose its FLRAA UH-60 Black Hawk replacement in October.
The Sikorsky SB>1 Defiant and S-97 Raider helicopters would bring new rotorcraft technology to NATO member countries.
The all-new L-39NG has been certified to military standards, with Aero Vodochody preparing to deliver the first example to the launch customer next year.
When the KF-21 is cleared for service, South Korea will become the eighth country to have successfully developed an advanced jet fighter.
Turkey TF-X stealth fighter showed up at the Farnborough Airshow in full-scale mockup form.
Embraer and BAE have agreed to pursue possibiities for the C-390 in Saudi Arabia and are furthering their collaboration on eVTOL defense applications.
The technology giant is creating a European hub to satisfy the growing demand for laser weapons, especially in the fields of C-UAS and C-RAM defense.
Moroccan Forces Royales Air has placed an order for a fleet of H135 helicopters for military primary training.
GAMI aims to localize more than 50 percent of national expenditure on defense equipment by 2030.
Airbus achieved its first automated air-to-air refueling in 2018, and now the capability has been approved for daytime use with the boom.