Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
“I’d be a little cautious about being all-in on that experiment,” says Frank Kendall, former Pentagon undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics.
London’s once low-key defense relationship with Tel Aviv has become more public.
Are key stakeholders ready for the new approach Lockheed Martin is pitching to save 16% on sustaining the fleet?
The U.S. military's plans to acquire thousands of cheap unmanned aircraft systems and cruise missiles fuels demand for two newly announced engine families.
Senate appropriators demand Air Force transition plan for adaptive engine technology.
The U.S. Air Force’s premier fighter development program calls for disrupting the aerospace business models.
Aero closing in on closing L-39NG contracts for Senegal and LOM Praha.
New Pentagon undersecretary of defense for research and engineering says the U.S.’s real work of developing hypervelocity weapons systems is just beginning.
Technology needs to be proven carefully, but the service should not risk losing funds budgeted for a multidomain command-and-control system of networks.