Production of Gripen E for Brazil is starting, but selection of an air-to-air missile for the model is still pending.
The U.S. is responding to increased Chinese and Russian space threats by building a space force and planning to spend $14 billion in fiscal 2020. Is it enough?
Turkey, U.S. still at odds over S-400; Lockheed to deliver AEHF-5 soon; Cubesat to process hyperspectral images; and sizing up the defense electronics market.
Opening of a new supercomputer facility at MBDA leads to confirmation that France is developing a scramjet-powered nuclear cruise missile.
U.S. Army seeks major funding for its Future Vertical Lift modernization program beginning in fiscal 2020, but targets existing programs as the bill-payers.
A look at what the administration gets right in its fiscal 2020 request and what still needs work.
The U.S. Air Force is renewing its focus on how to fight in space to compete with China and Russia.
The joint venture will be the sole provider of sustainment services for all Saudi military fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.
Lockheed Martin and the JPO are struggling to get maintenance problems under control as the F-35 fleet triples in size.
The director of the Navy’s F-35C integration office sees no “showstoppers,” but challenges remain before the service can field the fighter operationally.