NASA’s rapid feasibility project demonstrates ultralight cellular structures that can be programmed during assembly to enable a wing to adapt its shape in flight
The five-year spending plan stops short of establishing a traditional program of record for a hypersonic vehicle.
The contract sheds a little more light on Raytheon’s closely held work developing technology for hypersonic weapons.
U.S. Navy plans to save by retiring Truman carrier; MDA delays kill-vehicle program; Philippines chooses MBDA missiles, and Australia may buy Amraams.
The RAAF’s Wedgetails have been fully operational for only four years, but a midlife update already is due.
Typhoons could be assembled in Saudi Arabia as Riyadh diversifies away from oil.
A recent fatal accident is not likely to stop a follow-on order for up to 100 aircraft.
Russia confirms ICBM silo ejection test; the new, new Indian-fighter contest; Qatar signs NH90 deal; and the Philippines new UAV.
Support for a low-cost, light attack aircraft to fight terrorists is the strongest it has ever been.