Report to Congress warns of “dangerous” erosion of U.S. military superiority that risks “grave and lasting” consequences for the nation.
Russia’s newest light transport aircraft; Egypt may buy $1 billion in Apache helos; the impact of Elbit’s IMI acquisition and Malaysia’s drone squadron.
Executives assert the new UTC, unveiled in late November, is positioned for the long-haul in A&D, not just against any one OEM or aircraft.
A Canadian audit says pilot and engineer retention are limiting the capability of the RCAF’s CF-18 Hornet fleet.
In this week’s Washington Outlook, ex-deputy defense secretary cautions on shorting computing research; costs up for Wfirst Telescope; terrorism a threat.
Britain’s F-35 land base is scheduled to be ready for arrival of the first aircraft next summer.
U.S. Air Force uses ‘Jigsaw’ to help streamline tanker planning in the air campaign against ISIS
The U.S. military’s air operations center in the Middle East is reaping the benefits of computer software developed by the Pentagon’s Silicon Valley office.
Qatar comes closer to buying 24 Typhoons, U.S.-Poland discuss missile and artillery deals, India tests BrahMos air-to-ground missile, and Colombia takes delivery of training system.
The first four of its 27-total F-35 purchase are slated to arrive in Denmark beginning next year.