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Participation in Northern Edge in Alaska provided the combined F-15EX Eagle II test team with a chance to wring out the new fighter in a major exercise.
The training/adversary services provider is the first in the world to operate the fourth-generation F-16 on commercial services.
The SH-60L is the latest in a line of license-built Seahawk versions for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.
The G 120TP has been selected for the first phase of a complete overhaul of Sweden’s military pilot training program.
The new deal will bring Rafale deliveries to Egypt from France to 54 aircraft, making it the most important export customer to date.
An operational aircraft carrier capability is being restored to the Royal Navy after more than a decade with the deployment of the Queen Elizabeth.
The leading engine companies from France, Germany, and Spain have forged a framework for joint development of the engine for the Next-generation Fighter.
The introduction of the Airbus tanker/transport has greatly enhanced the RSAF’s capabilities, notably in the fields of medevac and fighter deployment.
The latest test campaign has achieved most of the objectives required to clear the A400M to refuel helicopters in flight.
Tokyo has ordered three examples of Northrop Grumman's high-altitude, long-endurance unmanned air vehicle, along with associated ground equipment.