Lockheed Martin on Dec. 10 completed the first flight test of the company’s candidate for the U.S. Army’s next long-range, ground-launched ballistic missile.
As the U.S. military develops and deploys a host of new anti-ship cruise missiles, a Russian admiral says a MiG-31 demoed an ability to shoot down such a threat with an air-to-air missile.
As Beijing’s power begins to gain influence around the alliance’s soft underbelly, NATO is taking notice.
A short version of the R-77 was called a new air-to-air missile but may be just a stage in the production cycle.
The Air Force awarded a $652 million contract to Lockheed’s Missiles and Fire Control unit for ARRW in August 2018, but that amount was a placeholder as the negotiators hammered out the definirized terms.
Holding company EDGE brings two PGM developers under one roof, potentially leading to cooperation.
Northrop Grumman taps into the internet of things to enable real-time monitoring of the health of munitions and rockets motors.
Boeing Australia has conducted its first flight tests of autonomously teamed aircraft, apparently using two small jet-powered UAVs as surrogates for its Airpower Teaming System (ATS) “loyal wingman” unmanned aircraft.
The USAF has retired the AGM-86C more than 45 years after the original GPS-guided conventional air-launched cruise missile entered development.
Defense against maneuvering hypersonic missiles will probably require interception while weapons are still climbing, former U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command chief Gen. Herbert Carlisle said.