British-Italian agreements call for alignment on Eurofighter upgrades, and the creation of industrial and collaborative frameworks to work on Tempest.
A new generation fighter needs new-generation weaponry, says MBDA
MBDA proposing weapons bay launched short-range air-to-air missiles for Tempest.
As the foundation of U.S. military dominance becomes a vulnerability, DARPA makes push for decentralizing
Following airframe and engine demonstrators for its next combat aircraft, Japan flies an integrated suite of radar, passive RF and infrared sensors.
The industrial capabilities on which the U.S. defense strategy relies would wither from increasing isolation.
USAF to pack the B-1 with more weapons; Trump fires national security advisor Bolton; Sweden’s defense budget gets a boost; Virtual war game planned for Finland’s fighter contest.
Budget request proposes setting up a program office and launching development—but does not yet estimate costs for the coming year.
Some inroads are made in employee diversity in aerospace sectors, but more remains to be done.
To attract and retain top talent in light of tempting offers from disruptive innovation markets, aerospace companies are upping offers.
The agency is prioritizing discoveries that keep existing platforms lethal, even if an opponent has equivalent or superior technologies.