New long-range weapons in development by the Army overtake roles now assumed by the U.S. Air Force combat fleet.
Four contenders are each offering different configurations for the U.S. Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program. A fifth remains under wraps.
Off-the-shelf contenders emerge as rivals to a nearly decade-old centerline engine development program for the Army’s high-speed replacement for the UH-60.
New Zealand plans to overhaul its military aviation capabilities, which will involve replacing core transport, surveillance and naval support aircraft types.
A naval version has appeared for the Avic Harbin helicopter, which appears to be longer than Sikorsky’s H-60.
The lesson of getting the U.S. Air Force’s Combat Rescue Helicopter effort back on track is a back-to-basics approach to program management.
The hallmark of Karem Aircraft's AR40 active-rotor, winged, compound helicopter is to fly fast.
Sikorsky's Raider-X, 20% larger than the S-97 prototype, highlights its future growth capability.
Poland will complement its F-35 buy with more F-16s and a loyal wingman unmanned system.
Aeralis wants to debut its common fuselage at next year's DSEI defense show in London.