Defense Supply Chain Analysis

Feb 26, 2024
Militaries in the region are looking to evolve their attack helicopters.
Feb 22, 2024
Requiring manufacturers to pay a third of the cost and then suddenly canceling a program results in hundreds of millions of dollars in lost funding.
Feb 19, 2024
Politics, historical context and the workings of the U.S. defense industrial complex are among the reasons.
Feb 15, 2024
In what is becoming a year of going back to basics, aerospace manufacturing workers have the microphone.
Feb 13, 2024
Failing again to field the OH-58 Kiowa’s replacement, the U.S. Army will rely on uncrewed aircraft and space-based assets for the armed reconnaissance mission.
Feb 23, 2024
Current ATI President Kimberly Fields will also assume the role of CEO beginning July 1, the aerospace and defense supplier said on Feb. 23.
Feb 22, 2024
Lockheed Martin plans to select local partners in India this summer to support sales for the C-130J, including the selection of a final assembly provider.
Feb 22, 2024
GlobalFoundries (GF) has been awarded $1.5 billion through the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act that will be used to manufacture secure chips.
Feb 21, 2024
Major programs have buoyed BAE Systems to a record order backlog of more than £69 billion ($87.1 billion), the company has reported.
Feb 21, 2024
Israel’s Elbit Systems has debuted the Hermes 650 Spark in Singapore, aimed to fulfill requirements for a midsize UAS between the Hermes 450 and the Hermes 900.
Feb 21, 2024
Following increased interest, Airbus Defense & Space is revisiting the design for a maritime patrol aircraft based on the commercial A320 single-aisle airliner.
Feb 20, 2024
Embraer has several A-29 Super Tucanos that await signed orders before they can be delivered, the head of the company’s defense business tells Aviation Week.
Feb 15, 2024
After a revised assessment of its space portfolio, Airbus Defense and Space has taken a €600 million ($642 million) charge on unspecified programs.