Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Steve Trimble
The negotiations began after a Feb. 19 demonstration of the turboprop-powered A-29 at Accra Airbase attended by top Ghanaian Armed Forces officials.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
Even though the current Hawk T2 fleet is not due for retirement until 2040, groundwork planning needs to begin now for a program to replace the Hawk.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Brian Everstine
Over the past few months, the service, largely through its newly renamed Airman Development Command (ADC), has released a series of requests for information.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Steve Trimble
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.
Singapore Airshow

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force will add an automatic ground collision avoidance system (AGCAS) to its Boeing T-7A Red Hawk trainer fleet.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
The country’s order for armed H145Ms is the largest order yet for Airbus’ militarized light twin.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
Romanian airframer Avioane Craiova SA is getting ready to begin flight testing of an upgraded version of the IAR-99 Soim jet trainer.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
Ukrainian pilots are training to fly the F-16 fighter in Denmark ahead of potential transfers of the aircraft to Ukraine’s air force later this year.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force is looking to potentially outsource its training of NATO pilots on fast jets.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Chen Chuanren
The Indonesian Air Force says four people died when two of its Embraer A-29 Super Tucano counterinsurgency aircraft crashed into a mountainside.
Budget, Policy & Operations

By Steve Trimble
Boeing plans to release a strategy soon for adapting the T-7A for new missions after the trainer jet enters full-rate production.
Dubai Airshow

By Tony Osborne
European defense ministers have inaugurated a center to train Ukrainian pilots to fly the F-16 combat aircraft.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force is looking to industry to stand up a new F-16 training program for international partners.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
The UAE Defense Ministry has confirmed it has closed a contract with China’s CATIC to purchase a fleet of L-15 advanced jet trainers.
Dubai Airshow

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force’s first T-7A Red Hawk trainer has arrived at its main training base.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
Ascent uses government-furnished Hawk T2s to provide Phase 2 fast jet training.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
Latvia plans to purchase MD530F single-engine light helicopters from MD Helicopters.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Steve Trimble
Launch operator Mozambique has logged 70 flight hours on the Paramount Mwari light attack and observation aircraft.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Garrett Reim
Boeing and Red 6 have integrated and flown an augmented reality headset in a TA-4J jet trainer.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Brian Everstine
The U.S. Air Force on Sept. 12 was signing the paperwork and getting ready to receive its first T-7A Red Hawk training jet.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
The UK Royal Air Force has temporarily halted flying operations with its Hawk jet trainers after a technical issue was discovered.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Steve Trimble
The Pentagon office awarded a $77 million contract on Aug. 4 to Advanced Technology International, Inc., a manufacturing prime to Sierra Technical Services.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Steve Trimble
Russian arms giant Rostec has revealed the mockup of a new engine to replace a less-powerful Ukrainian propulsion system in the Yak-130.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Tony Osborne
The UK Royal Navy’s newest aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, has returned to sea after nine months of repairs.
Light Attack and Advanced Training

By Steve Trimble
The SkyAlyne partnership between CAE and KF Aerospace was selected over a rival proposal from the Babcock Leonardo Canada Aircrew Training team.
Budget, Policy & Operations