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The Greek government has now signed the anticipated contract for the urgent acquisition of 18 Dassault Rafale fighters.
Sikorsky and Boeing unveiled a slicker version of their SB-1 “Defiant” for the U.S. Army's $40 billion future long range assault aircraft competition.
A fatal crash of a USAF-operated Global Express was caused by the crew's error in identifying the failed powerplant and shutting down the operating engine.
Greece is upgrading 84 of its F-16s with AESA radar as part of a major overhaul of its fighter force.
The SeaGuardian is the maritime surveillance version of the MQ-9B, capable of anti-submarine warfare.
New five-bladed Airbus H145s will suport Germany's Federal Armed Services training program.
Slaying Vipers and culling Tigers, the Apache has been selected to answer the Australian Army Aviation Corps attack helicopter requirement.
The approval covers 83 Light Combat Aircraft Tejas Mk1A aircraft to join the 40 Mk1s already in service or delivery, plus 56 Airbus C295 transports.
The first of 55 modified Mirage 2000D multi-role fighters will now undergo tests, working towards a service entry in 2022.
The 20-year deal also includes the supply of 10 Leonardo M-346 advanced trainers.