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In a ceremony marking the 101st anniversary of the Guatemalan Air Force, Bell delivered two Subaru Bell 412EPX helicopters.
The launch was the first inflight test of remote carrier technology destined for the Future Combat Air System.
Growing industrial cooperation between the two future fighter teams has led to a more formal collaborative approach between the Tempest and F-X programs.
The order for new transport aircraft will increase Brunei’s ability to not only conduct airlift missions, but also other roles such as search and rescue.
The four P-8As on order will replace the long-serving Lockheed Orions of No. 5 Squadron.
Bell's V-280 Valor tiltrotor technology beats Sikorsky and Boeing in battle to replace up to 4,000 Black Hawks for the U.S. Army.
Although superficially similar to the B-2, the B-21 bomber benefits from four decades of advances in systems, manufacturing, and low-observable technology.
British government to provide trio of retired Westland WS-61 Sea King helicopters to Ukraine.
Production of the F-16 has moved to Lockheed Martin's new South Carolina location to free up capacity for F-35 assembly line at Fort Worth in Texas.
Jet Aviation began supporting the Royal Australian Air Force's Beechcraft King Air 350s in 2002.