U.S. greenlights up to $6 billion in sales to Middle East; The Space Force’s base of support; India’s new anti-airfield weapon; Turkey develops guided bomb.
A new appreciation for large, long-range combat aircraft is reshaping global military fleets around a class of new stealth bombers.
Open systems standards will make future F-35 upgrades easier and more affordable, according to Harris Corp.
Business jets are increasingly used for electronic intelligence. Japan makes none, but the MRJ is close in size.
The Army’s future aviation force will be a mix of unmanned and optionally piloted platforms that can fly farther, faster and be as agile as today’s fleet.
The U.S. Army is shadowing Canada’s collaboration with Boeing on autonomous flight control technology. for the CH-147F.
Arrow-3’s Alaska Flight Delay, a new container for BrahMos missiles, Indonesia receives Grob trainers, and Rand sizes the risks of additive manufacturing.
T-6 aircrew have reported 14 unexplained physiological episodes since March 1.
France has the lead role in the Franco-German future combat air system, but some, including the country’s financial watchdog, question equality of roles.
The Pentagon is already using cutting-edge machine learning to identify objects on the battlefield.