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The German navy is seeking a replacement for its Lockheed P-3 Orions, which are slated for retirement in 2024.
Initial production fighters are assigned to the U.S. Air Force's Eglin base for an accelerated test program to get the new Eagle into service in 2024/25.
Denmark has 27 of the F-35A conventional takeoff and landing versions on order and expects to deploy them from 2023.
The Republic of Korea is in the market for loitering munitions that can be used in manned-unmanned teaming operations.
The Airpower Teaming System air vehicle is the first military aircraft to be designed and built in Australia in over five decades.
After a relatively brief yet busy and productive career, the RAF’s Sentinel radar reconnaissance aircraft have been retired.
Turkish Aerospace Industries expects to fly the new, electric-powered, unmanned T629 attack helicopter later this year.
Sikorsky’s latest heavylift helicopter has been chosen over the CH-47 to replace first-generation CH-53s in service with the Israeli Air Force.
An initial order for two Pegasus tankers begins the replacement process for Israel’s elderly Boeing 707-based refuelers.
Indonesia’s air force hopes to acquire a new fleet of multi-role fighters, along with tankers, transports, UAVs, air defense radars and AEW aircraft.