Ramping up for a ‘Great Power’ conflict means sacrifices for some existing programs.
U.S. Congress begins debating the Defense Department’s fiscal 2020 budget request.
U.S. Defense Department to begin making components for new ground-launched cruise missile systems once banned under terms of the now-suspended INF Treaty.
More than 400 luminaries gathered at the 62nd annual gala to honor the winners and top students pursuing aviation or aerospace careers.
U.S. Navy plans to save by retiring Truman carrier; MDA delays kill-vehicle program; Philippines chooses MBDA missiles, and Australia may buy Amraams
Startup Logistics Gliders is flight-testing a disposable cargo-delivery aircraft for DARPA and the U.S. Marine Corps.
Singapore is updating its F-16s to an advanced standard, but they will be out of service within a decade.
Brazilian Air Force gearing up for KC-390’s service entry this summer. Multi-role aircraft can drop paratroopers, fight fires and refuel aircraft.
Boeing is about to start an exhaustive effort to transition the U.S. Navy’s carrier air wing to the new-and-improved Block III Super Hornet.
UK’s new ‘Lanca’ UCAV; Australia’s naval aviation fleet takes shape; GPS OCX enters new software development phase; Stratcom head assesses plutonium pit status.