The U.S. Army’s next tactical missile could more than double the range of the weapon it replaces in a smaller form factor, with the theoretical ability to strike targets at ranges up to 500 mi.
In its attempt to ensure that soldiers have access to GPS-like info, even when access to those USAF sats may be compromised, the U.S. Army is in the process of fielding an alternative system on certain ground vehicles.
The U.S. Army’s intel branch has started laying out a new vision for replacing the fleet of turboprop aircraft now performing the ISR mission with several layers of platforms stacked from tree-top level to low Earth orbit by 2028.
An Anglo-French technology program to develop new components and systems for missiles is set to undergo significant change next year.
The U.S. Army is updating its space training strategy to reflect the service’s role in the Indo-Pacific region.
France and Germany will sign an aircraft demonstrator contract for the European Future Combat Air System in January, the leaders of the two countries have agreed.
Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has begun building the first prototype for the KF-X fighter program, following completion of the critical design review in September.
Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) is test-flying an upgraded version of its Surion utility helicopter for export, with options including stub wings for weapons.
Honeywell announced on Oct. 15 that Mike Madsen has taken over as president and CEO of its Phoenix-based Aerospace business group, succeeding Tim Mahoney.
The South Korean air force is opposing a navy push for the defense ministry to order Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightnings in a contract that could be placed around 2024, according to industry sources close to the service.