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The U.S. Navy has let four training contracts, including one to an ATAC-led team that will provide aircraft for training close-support air controllers.
Kaman says it is working on optionally piloted vehicles for commercial use
Russia has announced that it will soon be ready to export the Su-57, and Turkey is keen to find out more because of the ongoing spat with Washington
Turkish Aerospace's Hürjet advanced trainer program is back on track following delays caused by supplier selection issues.
TAI's large twin-engine Anka Aksungur UAV is making its first public appearance at IDEF as the program gears up to fly with indigenous powerplants.
F-35As have been flying operational missions as part of Operation Inherent Resolve. Now the aircraft have released weapons for the first time.
Having been halted for some while remedies for a spin problem have been devised, the HAL HJT-36 Sitara jet trainer is back in the air again
Ukraine has two major programs running as part of a plan to maintain and develop advanced capabilities for its attack helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.
KAI has hopes that Indonesia will be the first export customer for the KUH-1 utility transport helicopter
Poland is buying four AW101s from Leonardo to dramatically improve the capabilities of the Polish navy's air brigade