Lockheed tests ground-launched long-range missile; Japan to keep making F-35s; Space Fence nears start of ops; NATO training center opens.
Synthetic training environments should be founded on common terrain and threat databases, military leaders say.
Indonesia’s KF-X payment plan; France upgrades milspace capacity; Philippines on verge of two helicopter orders and a new Peruvian maintenance facility.
So far, the Japanese defense ministry has only sought information for 30–50 Bell AH-1S replacements. Six companies are preparing to bid.
Why the merger with Harris Corp. was the inevitable capstone to a boom-bust story.
U.S. Air Force Col. Robert Bongiovi discusses the Air Force’s vision for future launch services, the Delta IV and the National Security Space Launch program.
Obstacles face India’s defense upgrade programs
With big bills coming due and more new contracts in limbo, India’s defense ministry is looking for a cash infusion.
Global weapon sales increase first time in seven years; Russia S-400 Turkey deal; Draken buys South African Cheetah fighters; Lockheed wins Paveway II contract.
With development of the MiG-35 almost complete, pilotless aircraft pose a new challenge for Russia’s MiG bureau.
In light of escalating tensions with neighboring regions, Israel maintains innovative defenses
With a deep-strike capability and a second-strike nuclear capability, Israel is regarded as a stabilizing force in the region.