Northrop Grumman taps into the internet of things to enable real-time monitoring of the health of munitions and rockets motors.
The Atlantic Council-backed play War Words aims to help Americans better relate to U.S. government defense and foreign policies.
Marines choose UAS prize challenge winners; KF-X to receive Meteor missiles; Vying for F-16 EW upgrades and Lockheed’s UK ambitions.
Russian arms buyers hang in limbo as fallout from Turkey’s defiant S-400 delivery remains unclear.
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.