More Tu-160M2 bombers for Russia, Swedes to keep Gripen C/Ds through the 2030s, India tests target drone, and the Pentagon considers options for AEHF replacement.
Turkish Aerospace is leading development of a 10-ton attack helicopter for the Turkish Army.
The B-1B’s mission is still evolving within 20 years of the fleet’s scheduled retirement.
Turkish Aerospace has scaled up the engine requirements for the TF-X calling for 25,000-30,000-lb.-thrust-class powerplants.
Turkish industry is responding to local and export needs for longer-legged, more capable drones. Two twin-engine MALE UAVs are currently in development.
NATO officials see Turkey’s acquisition of the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile as a real security concern.
ULA piecing together Vulcan rocket; Israeli Air Force’s transport upgrade; Saab builds Gripen facility in Brazil, and Indonesia receives two more maritime patrollers.
The Air Force has directed a one-day flight pause for units to conduct wing-level safety reviews.
A Senate bill would block F-35s to Turkey, while House lawmakers could instead delay JDAM deliveries.
After years of delay, the aerospace giant and its government customer are no closer to an agreement on when the new tanker will be ready for delivery.