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Sikorsky's entry in the Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program moves closer to first flight.
The U.S. Army currently operates a fleet of 2,100 Black Hawks and intends to continue flying them for another 30 years.
The Cypriot National Guard has ordered six militarized H145s from Airbus Helicopters.
The pending F-35 contract is only one of several new procurements in progress in Germany as a result of increased tension in Europe.
The Mosquito uncrewed technology demonstrator will not be built as the money can be better spent elsewhere, says the UK defense ministry.
The new fighter aircraft for Spain will be fitted with ECRS Mk1 E-Scan radar, and will be based in the Canary Islands.
The delivery of F-16 Block 70s will significantly improve the RJAF’s capability, although the numbers are half of what was originally expected.
The Dutch choice of the C-390M over the C-130J Super Hercules is a significant boost for Embraer’s military transport program.
Pentagon rotorcraft programs beset by technical, supply chain problems, GAO finds.
The U.S. Air Force is harnessing the capabilities of the F-35A to help train combat units that may encounter fifth-gen opponents in future air wars.