The sensor is part of an effort to accumulate technology for the Future Fighter. It is sized for demonstration in an F-2.
The F-15 upgrade looks extensive, judging from a budget request of ¥43.9 billion ($387 million) for development in this fiscal year.
Defense contractors’ work for Saudi Arabia seems to fall in a Goldilocks position. It sounds like a recipe for the status quo, like it or not.
The higher demand comes from U.S. allies, as well as by the Pentagon as it seeks to regrow missile stocks after years of sequestration budget caps.
After winning the T-X contract, Boeing expects to prepare generations of Air Force pilots to fly fourth- and fifth-generation aircraft.
Boeing-Bombardier spat could drive Ottawa straight to Lockheed Martin
Boeing stands to lose a golden opportunity to replace Canada’s aging fighter fleet with Super Hornets.
To maintain their edge, aerospace and defense companies will have to learn about emerging companies, allocate research dollars to them and team with them.
General wants new missile-warning satellites well before 2029
After years of study, the service may be on a path to build new satellites by 2029, but the commander of U.S. Strategic Command says that is too slow.
Five factors that will be key to a U.S. defense upturn
Actions by Congress and upcoming elections could change the direction of defense spending, especially if the balance between Republicans and Democrats shifts.
In this week’s roundup, Israel prepares to integrate Israeli weapons and EW systems on its F-35s, Russia flies fifth-gen fighter with a new engine, India successfully tests Akash missile and Singapore receives approval to buy F-15 equipment.