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With the first flight of its first P-8, Norway has taken a major step towards becoming the second Poseidon operator in Europe after the UK.
The withdrawal of the E-3D airborne warning and control aircraft leaves a temporary capability gap that will be filled by aircraft from NATO allies.
Bell’s vision is for a family of military air vehicles that can achieve speeds beyond those offered by the company’s current tiltrotor technology.
The long-serving variable-stability testbed and research platform is being recruited to the Skyborg autonomous low-cost air vehicle development effort.
Bell's profit in the second quarter of 2021 declined largely because of costs related to its Army Future Vertical Lift competition offerings.
The first six Rafales for Greece will remain in France for a while to train Greek aircrew and technicians.
Russia’s latest fighter design is focused primarily on export sales, although could receive a small domestic order to boost its marketability.
The light attack aircraft are being procured as part of a build-up of attack assets to counter extremist forces in the north of the country.
The delivery of the aircraft to the San Diego Air and Space Museum brings the flying career of the S-3 to a close after nearly 50 years.
The first of five P-8A Poseidons is scheduled to take to the air for the first time before the end of July.