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Texas-based Air Center Helicopters has landed a vertical replenishment contract with the U.S. Navy to provide services.
Sikorsky Raider and Defiant prototype rotorcraft programs mark milestones.
In the mid-2030s NATO’s current fleet of aging E-3 AWACS will be retired, to be replaced by a system-of-systems combining aircraft with other assets.
The first Defence Services Asia (DSA) show for four years was a well-attended event to display and discuss regional requirements.
One of the most successful trainer designs, the original Hawk has been retired from UK military duties, and now only flies with the “Red Arrows” team.
The selection of the F-35 by Canada is the latest in a flurry of high-profile successes for the Lockheed Martin-led fighter program.
The VSR700 demonstrator has undertaken the first at-sea trials of its autonomous take-off and landing capabilities as part of a French navy/DGA program.
Having earlier discarded the U.S. F-35 fighter, Germany is once again looking to the aircraft to carry out its nuclear commitment to the NATO alliance.
Intra is leading the drive for greater Saudi self-sufficiency in the unmanned air vehicle sector through two major programs.
China has delivered six J-10 multirole fighters to Pakistan just eight months after contract signature.