Steve Trimble

Defense Editor

Washington, DC

Summary

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

Born in a U.S. Air Force family, he grew up on military bases around the world and came to Washington DC in 1997 to work for Army Times Publishing Co. as a journalist. Steve helped launch the Military.com portal in 2000, then joined the editorial team for Aviation Week’s web site in 2001. He reported on the Pentagon for Aerospace Daily in 2002 and 2003.

From September 2003 to September 2018, Steve covered defense and aviation issues and managed staff as the US bureau chief for Jane’s Defence Weekly and later FlightGlobal. He has covered aviation stories on six continents and won several multiple awards, including the 2017 Aerospace Media Awards honor for Best In-Depth Feature on the effort to revive Russia’s commercial aviation industry.

 

Articles

Australia Expands Role In Next Generation Jammer Development

By Steve Trimble Jul 15, 2020
Australia’s military has agreed to help the U.S. Navy develop the second electronic attack pod developed for the Boeing EA-18G under the Next Generation Jammer program, U.S. and Australian officials announced on July 13.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

USAF Starts Testing New Radar On CV-22 Fleet

By Steve Trimble Jul 15, 2020
A powerful new terrain following and avoidance radar for the Bell Boeing CV-22 has entered flight testing at Eglin AFB, Florida, the service announced on July 15. 
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

U.S. Army, Air Force Seek New Defenses For IR-Guided Missiles

By Steve Trimble Jul 15, 2020
New threats posed by advances in heat-seeking missiles have prompted new development efforts by the U.S. Army and Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to protect helicopters and fighters. 
Missile Defense & Weapons

 

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