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Israeli F-35s practice aerial refueling; Russian Helicopters starts work on Mi-38T transporters and produces first Mi-28UB dual-control helo; Cobham to supply KF-X weapons ejectors; Romania’s whopping artillery order.
Developing and demonstrating megawatt-class electric machines and power converters that are light enough and powerful enough for use in aircraft is a key step in enabling electric propulsion for commercial airliners.
Taiwanese electromagnetic-intelligence equipment supply provider SystemCom expects to sign a memorandum of understanding with the defense ministry’s technology agency that will set the company up for future domestic and perhaps export orders.