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.
Raytheon says its Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW) will be cleared to fly on the F-35A within days.
Russia’s JSC Rosoboronexport, a subsidiary of the state corporation Rostec, has begun marketing new-generation combat aircraft, according to Alexander Mikheev, director general.
Bell is hoping its new Model 525 Relentless super-medium, twin-engine helicopter can crack open the VIP market in the Middle East currently dominated by competitors such as Leonardo and Sikorsky.
The U.S. Air Force admits that the service and Northrop Grumman underestimated the complexity of the software upgrades required for the B-2 Defensive Management System Modernization.
The 24-year-old aircraft, previously operated by leisure airline TUI Airways, was delivered to 2Excel’s MRO facilities at Lasham, England, on Nov. 11.
The Japanese finance ministry is demanding private investment in the country’s Future Fighter program, in part to ensure contractors are fully incentivized to prevent failure.
The Pentagon has awarded Lockheed Martin a contract modification worth more than $7 billion before finalizing a much larger bundle of contracts and agreements to buy more than 470 F-35s for delivery between 2020 and 2022, fulfilling the last three years of low-rate production.
Boeing and Virgin Galactic will work together to develop commercial space access and high-speed exo-atmospheric transport systems under a strategic alliance announced on Oct. 8.
Pratt & Whitney will reduce the unit recurring flyaway (URF) cost of the F135 engine by 3% over a three-year ordering period for Lockheed Martin F-35s scheduled for delivery from 2020 to 2022, the company says.