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Over-watch capabilities are needed in Asia, and further development is being undertaken to help see beneath dense jungle canopies.
India has other more pressing priorities, not to mention the cost of pursuing the Su-57 rather than purchasing Rafales.
First flight of a larger design is expected soon.
Having built more than a million 2.75-inch rocket launchers, Arnold Defense is the biggest manufacturer of such products in the world.
Data analytics are an important tool for the early detection of faults. Boeing has teamed with DSTA to use and develop data tools for the RSAF.
UTC Aerospace Systems to provide key components to KF-X prime contractor KAI, but Korea must develop its own AESA radar.
Rafael is 70 this year, and is continuing its tradition of harnessing the very latest of technology to create innovative weapons and systems.
Sky-blue livery pays tribute to those who defend the Lion City's skies.
Four surrounding countries dispute Chinese sovereignty over a huge and important maritime area.
With submarine capability growing in the Asia-Pacific and, as maritime traffic increases, the need for MPAs has increased significantly.