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Converting a pair of existing 747-8 airliners to presidential duty presents a host of expensive problems.
Like many European countries, the Netherlands is increasing its defense spending as a result of increased tensions caused by Russian aggression.
After many years of deliberation, Germany has selected the CH-47 over the CH-53K, citing greater interoperability with NATO allies.
CAE's virtual and mixed reality training systems provide more efficient and realistic simulator scenarios.
FlightSafety International is putting virtual, mixed, and augmented reality technology to use for modern training programs.
Delays in acquiring Norwegian F-16 fighters have led to Romania rescinding its decision to ground the MiG-21 LanceR fleet.
Astronautics is selling its legacy electromechanical instrument product line to support specialist Extant Aerospace.
The Bell 505 will be the new military training helicopter for the South Korean Army and Navy.
Since the beginning of Russia's attack on Ukraine NATO has taken measures to shield its member states along the eastern flank from potential aggression.
Equipped with a STOL wing kit, the MQ-9B SkyGuardian/SeaGuardian will be capable of operating from assault carriers and regular aircraft carriers.