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Jul 11, 2024
The tankers add to the four boom-equipped KC-135Rs that Metrea acquired from the Republic of Singapore Air Force in 2021.
Jul 11, 2024
As the C-130 approaches the 70th anniversary of its first flight, the current production model among more than 40 versions produced since the airlifter entered service in 1956 is the J.

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Aircraft & Propulsion

Jul 11, 2024
Lt. Gen. Michael Schmidt, the F-35 program executive officer, on July 11 approved the so-called “truncation plan.”
Jul 11, 2024
Landing gear specialist Héroux-Devtek of Quebec, Canada, has agreed to be acquired and taken private by a U.S. private equity firm for about $1.35 billion.
Jul 11, 2024
Selected to meet the initial Alliance Future Surveillance and Control (iAFSC) requirement, the Boeing E-7 will replace NATO's aging E-3 Sentry fleet by 2035.
Jul 10, 2024
The milestone came technically a year late due to production problems.
Jul 10, 2024
Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach added to the uncertainty facing the F-22 replacement, saying there are no plans to retire the fighter.

Space

Jul 11, 2024
The OK signals challenges for NASA to achieve ambitious goals .
Jul 11, 2024
New Zealand’s Dawn Aerospace has been certified to fly its Mk. 2 Aurora reusable suborbital spaceplane demonstrator at unlimited speed up to 80,000 ft.
Jul 10, 2024
The MOU, signed July 9, is a new milestone for the Alliance Persistent Surveillance from Space initiative.
Jul 10, 2024
The mission, designated Artemis IV, is to be the first aboard the more powerful SLS Block 1 rocket.
Jul 10, 2024
Starliner was launched June 5 on an anticipated nine-day flight test.

Missile Defense & Weapons

Jul 11, 2024
France, Germany, Italy and Poland signed a memorandum of understanding at the NATO Summit to partner on the European Long Range Strike Approach (ELSA).
Jul 11, 2024
The U.S. Air Force is targeting development of ERAM—a new class of air-launched precision munition for Ukraine.
Jul 11, 2024
South Korea has contracted Hanwha Aerospace to mass produce a high-powered directed-energy weapon, which the country hopes to operationalize by year's end.
Jul 10, 2024
Germany, Italy and the Netherlands are buying 940 Stinger Block 1 missiles from Raytheon.
Jul 10, 2024
The deployments will include “developmental hypersonic weapons.”

Sensors & Electronic Warfare

Jul 09, 2024
The U.S. Navy aims to declare initial operational capability for the Next-Generation Jammer’s mid-band system before the end of September after multiple delays.
Jul 08, 2024
The winner of the Advanced Electronic Warfare suite will replace the F/A-18E/F’s existing system, which combines subsystems supplied by both companies.
Jul 08, 2024
An ex-U.S. Air Force civilian employee allegedly transmitted classified information about the vulnerabilities of Air Force aircraft to unauthorized people between November 2020 and March 2021.
Jul 02, 2024
The Indian government has agreed with local entities to set up test facilities for UAS and electronic warfare, as well as to assess electro-optical systems.
Jul 01, 2024
IT services and products will operate under the brand Minsait, with the Spanish company’s defense and air traffic products remaining under the Indra umbrella.

Supply chain

Jul 12, 2024
Aerospace and defense company Nammo plans to boost rocket-motor production capacity under a deal with the Norwegian government.
Jul 05, 2024
Saudi Arabian defense companies have signed cooperation agreements with their Turkish counterparts during a visit by Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman Al Saud.
Jul 04, 2024
Thermal management specialist Intergalactic has unveiled a curved microtube configuration for next-gen propulsion systems and other aerospace applications.
Jul 03, 2024
Korea Aerospace Industries is working toward an agreement for the co-production of aircraft components in Peru as it eyes an FA-50 export deal to the country.
Jun 26, 2024
Ansys’ semiconductor simulation tools will be optimized to meet the requirements of Intel Foundry’s process design kits.

Budget, Policy & Operations

Jul 12, 2024
Aerospace and defense company Nammo plans to boost rocket-motor production capacity under a deal with the Norwegian government.
Jul 11, 2024
AFSOC has been undertaking the plan, called the Adaptive Airborne Enterprise, to have one airman control multiple UAS.
Jul 11, 2024
The U.S. Air Force is targeting development of ERAM—a new class of air-launched precision munition for Ukraine.
Jul 11, 2024
Selected to meet the initial Alliance Future Surveillance and Control (iAFSC) requirement, the Boeing E-7 will replace NATO's aging E-3 Sentry fleet by 2035.
Jul 11, 2024
South Korea has contracted Hanwha Aerospace to mass produce a high-powered directed-energy weapon, which the country hopes to operationalize by year's end.