Defense Department officials continue to lay the framework for a U.S. Space Force and will submit a proposal to the White House in early December.
The U.S. should plan for the cost of an unbounded missile competition to encourage Russia and China to negotiate new missile controls.
KC-390 nears operational capability; Indian Navy chooses Barak 8; Israel nears heavy helo decision; Indonesia wants a break on KF-X, and Raytheon’s Amraam boost.
Will this wave continue? The prudent answer is “yes”—but with lots of caveats.
Yearly, China introduces systems to find, track and attack U.S. targets beyond the first chain of islands to its east; and yearly, the deployed numbers rise.
Shipborne rolling vertical landing was developed to yield payload bring-back benefits and reduce engine wear.
Commercial space companies need the government—sometimes
In this week's Washington Outlook: Those preparing to broaden access to space want relief from broadband spectrum rules, an easier path to launches and help keeping low Earth orbit safe.
U.S. Air Force seeks state-of-the-art escape system for T-X trainer
The service’s new trainer will feature a next-generation ejection seat designed to improve safety for student pilots.
The Middle East is still providing opportunities for the fighter business
Fighter purchases are keeping the F-15, F-16 and Typhoon lines open longer than expected and giving Russia hope for increasing its exports.
Bigger UAVs and attack helicopters will keep TAI’s engineering teams busy
Jet trainer development starting in 2018 will bring key skills into TAI engineering arsenal, building on Hurkus B turboprop and Anka S UAS.