As the U.S. military grapples with the global pilot shortage, the armed services are adopting various retention methods, from incentive pay to retiree recall.
U.S. Air Force adversary air providers; European tanker requirements; Russia seeks MiG-35 customers; and the U.S. is now operating polar protected satcom satellites.
The KF-X has cleared its critical design review. A radar technology demonstrator has flown.
Cyber hardening, environmental sustainability, and development speed and cost are “grand challenges” facing the industry, a new study finds.
There have been no images or statements released, but growing evidence points to the existence of the stealthy RQ-180 and its use in regular front-line service.
A new type of miniature munition aims to change the way fighters protect themselves from incoming missiles
MBDA’s Anglo-French missile programs are benefitting from joint industry, academic technology research.
The U.S. should plan for the cost of an unbounded missile competition to encourage Russia and China to negotiate new missile controls.
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.
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.