With much hypersonic defense work focused on boosted glide vehicles, a U.S. Air Force scramjet test shows air-breathing technology is quickly closing the gap.
On the eve of International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2019, the Russian aircraft industry is looking for ways to boost production, including exports.
The two Koreas are both making strides in ballistic missile technology. The latest North Korean weapon looks similar to, but larger than, South Korea’s KTSSM.
Eurofighters are benefiting from upgrades provided through national, multinational and industrial approaches.
The U.S. is setting a few hypersonics markers; bettors are stepping up
Cowen & Co. analysts think offensive hypersonics alone could be $1.5-3 billion a year by the mid-2020s.
After 10 years, Russia has purchased 98 upgraded Mi-28NM helicopters.
Precooler-equipped jet engines could achieve higher performance and be less dependent on costly exotic materials.
Tactical boost glide hypersonic developments accelerate as Pentagon ponders space-based surveillance and warning system.
F-22’s Poland deployment; Lockheed wins Next-Gen OPIR contract; Inside Israel’s networking warfare plans and the first firing of the Philippine navy missile.
Turkey threatens to look for allies elsewhere as it wrestles with unrest at home and spat with U.S. deepens.