Air Force scraps for missile-warning satellite funding; Fire Scout begins operations; Philippines to get Black Hawks in 2020; Germans use A400M for refueling.
Electric-powered air taxis and a cargo delivery technique invented by a missionary could change the personnel recovery mission in combat zones.
Can Britain justify developing a new-generation trainer to go with the Tempest?
Grown in size, the KF-X has arrived at a weight category halfway between the Eurofighter Typhoon and Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning.
The U.S. Air Force search for a T-X trainer is headed toward a decision by the end of summer.
Some of this advanced—but unrealized—capability that Japan is seeking could come from the radar that will detect and track targets and guide interceptors to them.
Growing U.S. and international interest in low-cost counterinsurgency aircraft has prompted the development of new aircraft derivatives of existing types.
Singapore is in the market for advanced aircraft for sea surveillance; its neighbors mostly want to add simpler types.
Can Europe justify two new fighter aircraft? It may have to.
A look at some of key defense contractors and the choices they are facing.