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Jul 21, 2014

Belgian Leopards Given Royal Farewell

Belgium celebrated its independence day July 21 with four Leopard 1A5 tanks ending the military part of the traditional parade in front of the Royal....More
Jul 18, 2014

Check 6 Podcast: Malaysia Flight MH17 Shootdown

Our editors discuss why MH17 was flying over a war zone when it was shot down....More
Jul 17, 2014

Learn More About Sbirs and DSP -- Satellites Attributed with Seeing the MH17 Shootdown

The U.S. Space-Based Infrared System (Sbirs) and its predecessor Defense Support Program satellites are getting a lot of attention because of the....More
Jul 17, 2014

Join Us for an F-35 Live Chat

London Bureau Chief Tony Osborne and myself will be online today at 1600 local time (1100 Eastern) to engage in an online chat....More
Jul 17, 2014

The Big Picture From Farnborough

Rockwell Collins CEO weighs in on aircraft bubble concerns, F-35, CSeries, bizjets and workforce....More
Jul 17, 2014

Sting In The Tail

Textron Airland's Scorpion defies simple comparisons....More
Jul 16, 2014

NavWeek: China Whirl

This was all brand new – the first time a Chinese warship would be participating in the Rim of the Pacific (Rimpac) exercise, and thus the first time....More
Jul 14, 2014

A Greek Tragedy

While the Royal International Air Tattoo should have been the venue for the international debut of the F-35 Lightning II, it was also the final....More
Jul 14, 2014

Raytheon’s Air Show Agenda: Meetings With 1,800

Defense electronics giant says Farnborough will be busiest air show ever....More
Jul 09, 2014

European Defense Agency Pools Carl-Gustav Ammo Procurement

The European Defence Agency (EDA) and Saab Dynamics have announced that they have signed a framework agreement to supply Carl-Gustav ammunition to....More
Jul 07, 2014

Spain joins European Air Transport Command

Spain is the sixth country to assign air transport and refueling assets to the European Air Transport Command (EATC) in Eindhoven, the Netherlands....More
Jul 03, 2014

Podcast: The F-35 Goes International

Our editors discuss the F-35’s deployment to the U.K., the evolution of Europe’s fighters in the face of competition and how those....More
Jul 03, 2014

Corrosion Delays Dutch NH90 Acquisition

Dutch Defense Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert informed parliament last week that the Netherlands will suspend the acquisition of NH90 helicopters....More
Jul 02, 2014

U.K. Enthusiasts On F-35 #davewatch

The U.K.’s aviation enthusiast community is eagerly awaiting the arrival of the first F-35s at RAF Fairford in the U.K....More
Jul 01, 2014

NavWeek: Speed Quest

As the U.S. Navy revisits many of the requirements for its Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), it’s certainly time to reconsider the vessel’s need-for-speed....More
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