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A single bullet struck the helicopter, damaging it and causing minor injuries to a crew member.
The U.S. Navy’s electronic attack capabilities are receiving a major boost with the adoption of the NGJ to replace the 50-year-old ALQ-99.
Better theater situational awareness, expanded missile defenses, armed UAVs and a light aircraft carrier are on Seoul’s shopping list.
The sale of two Cessna Grand Caravan EXs to the Rwanda Defense Force is made possible through U.S. government grant aid funding.
The Lockheed Martin AGM-183A "Arrow" hypersonic missile could be fielded as early as 2022 if development proceeds successfully.
The Armée de l’Air is expected to receive eight special-mission King Air 350s for a range of reconnaissance duties.
The U.S. Air Force plans to equip around 350 of its F-16s with SABR radar to see them through into the 2040s.
Airo Group is consolidating a number of aerospace and defense companies in a bid to develop a new publicly traded company.
The long-running saga of what will be Canada’s next fighter could be decided in 2022 following the submission of bids from the three competitors.
After the 2019 announcement of Japan’s decision to upgrade half of its Eagles, the program has advanced with the signing of the first agreement.