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India's troubled Tejas Light Combat Aircraft program is advancing with an interim improved Mk1A, followed by a much more capable Mk2.
With the conclusion of Marine Corps EA-6B operations, the career of the Prowler electronic warfare platform has come to an end.
Working with AFRL, Kratos has flown a demonstrator of an expendable low-cost UCAV that can operate collaboratively with manned aircraft
MD Helicopters plans to submit a proposal for the U.S. Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) program.
Elbit Systems of America will begin delivering its Common Helmet Mounted Display to the U.S. Army in 2020.
Airbus Helicopters has selected the PW206B3 to power the EC135 twin it is proposing for the U.S. Navy's new training helicopter
The Belarusian government has donated four more MiG-29s to Serbia as the Balkans air force continues its expansion.
Spirit AeroSystems, a supplier to Airbus and Boeing, sees opportunity in helos, tiltrotors, particularly on defense side.
The Komosomolsk-upon-Amur factory revealed that it has delivered the last of the baseline Su-27 "Flanker" family to the Russian forces.
The U.S. Air Force is planning on keeping its B-52 strategic bombers for at least another 30 years, and beyond the retirement of the B-1 and B-2.