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Cobham to Provide Defensive Aids for Eurofighter Tranche 3A

Cobham has been awarded a contract to provide chaff and flare defensive aids systems for the Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jet tranche 3A programme. Under the £18m contract, the company will...

Cobham to Provide Defensive Aids for Eurofighter Tranche 3A

DRG to Train USAF on C-5 Galaxy Aircraft

Delaware Resource Group (DRG) has been awarded a five-year small business subcontract by Flight Safety to train US Air Force (USAF) personnel on the C-5 Galaxy aircraft. As per the terms of...

DRG to Train USAF on C-5 Galaxy Aircraft

IAF Rejects Upgrades to Original M-MRCA Bid

The Indian Air Force (IAF) will not accept any last-minute offers from contenders for the multibillion-dollar deal for purchase of 126 medium-multirole combat aircraft (M-MRCA). "No offers...

IAF Rejects Upgrades to Original M-MRCA Bid

RMAF Awaits Airborne Warning and Control System

The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) is waiting for the airborne warning and control system (AWACS) to have full control of air surveillance for tactical and defensive missions. The system...

RMAF Awaits Airborne Warning and Control System

SAAF to Receive V/UHF Transceivers and AC500 Controllers

The South African Air Force has awarded a contract to Reutech Communications to supply and deliver very / ultra-high-frequency (V/UHF) transceivers and AC500 controllers under Project Enlace. ...

SAAF to Receive V/UHF Transceivers and AC500 Controllers

Dutch MoD Awards MRO Contract to DutchAero Services

DutchAero Services has signed a public / private partnership agreement with the Dutch Ministry of Defence (MoD) for the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of military engines. The main goal...

Dutch MoD Awards MRO Contract to DutchAero Services

USAF Bids Farewell to KC-135R Tanker

The US Air Force Meridian Air National Guard (ANG) has bid farewell to the last of the KC-135R air refuelling Stratotankers from Key Field, US. ANG Wing commander Colonel Franklin Chalk said...

USAF Bids Farewell to KC-135R Tanker

A2B Wins USAF Nuclear Tracking Contract

A2B Tracking Solutions has been awarded a demonstration contract for the US Air Force (USAF) nuclear enterprise tracking system (NETS). Under the contract, the company will demonstrate its UC!...

A2B Wins USAF Nuclear Tracking Contract

Nato Assumes Command of Libyan Air Operations

Nato jets have taken control of aerial operations in Libya to enforce the no-fly zone, Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has said. "Nato allies have decided to take on the whole...

Nato Assumes Command of Libyan Air Operations

BAE Upgrades SAAF Hawk Jet Trainers

BAE Systems has completed the upgrade of navigation and weapons system for the South African Air Force (SAAF) fleet of Hawk jet trainers. The software and hardware upgrade, known as...

BAE Upgrades SAAF Hawk Jet Trainers

RNZAF Receives New Agusta Helicopters

The Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) has taken delivery of its first two new Agusta A109 aircraft at its operational air force base at Ohakea, New Zealand. The new aircraft will be the...

RNZAF Receives New Agusta Helicopters

RAF to Retire Tornado F3

The UK Royal Air Force (RAF) will retire its Panavia Tornado F3 air defence variants (ADVs) from service at the end of this month, the aircraft having served for 25 years with RAF Leuchars. ...

RAF to Retire Tornado F3

ROKAF Selects SGI Weather Forecasting

The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) has purchased and begun operating a high performance computing (HPC) solution, the SGI Altix ICE 8400 system, to enhance long-term weather forecasts for...

ROKAF Selects SGI Weather Forecasting

Aero Vodochody to Produce Pylons for Swedish and Thai Air Forces

Aero Vodochody has received a contract from Saab Aeronautics to produce pylons for the Swedish and Thai Air Forces. Under the contract, Aero Vodochody will produce 54 fully assembled, tested...

Aero Vodochody to Produce Pylons for Swedish and Thai Air Forces

Airforce-technology.com Launches Major Defence Survey

To understand what our readers view as the most important business issues for 2011-2012, airforce-technology.com is launching a major industry survey covering all its readers worldwide. We...

Airforce-technology.com Launches Major Defence Survey

Russian Air Force to Control Naval Aviation

The Russian Air Force will take control of Russia's naval aviation strike aircraft by the end of 2011, a high-ranking naval source has said. The strike aircraft to be transferred to the air...

Russian Air Force to Control Naval Aviation

Swedish Fighters Participate in Nato Baltic Air Exercise

Swedish fighter jets, for the first time, have participated in a Nato Baltic Air exercise involving Nato members Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Estonian military spokeswoman Lieutenant...

Swedish Fighters Participate in Nato Baltic Air Exercise

SAAF to Procure New Aden Gun Pod

The South African Air Force (SAAF) has awarded a contract to Aircraft Equipment International Systems (AEI) for the procurement of a 30mm Aden gun and gun pod. The R2m contract is being...

SAAF to Procure New Aden Gun Pod

Taiwanese Air Force Missiles Miss Targets Again

The Taiwanese Air Force has carried out unsuccessful missile tests of US-made Sparrow and French-made Mica missiles during a drill at an airbase in southern Taiwan earlier this week. Two of...

Taiwanese Air Force Missiles Miss Targets Again

USAF Orders GAAS Reaper UAV Trainers

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GAAS) has been awarded a firm-fixed-price modification contract for six MQ-9 Reaper production aircraft and two MQ-9 Reaper aircraft. Under the...

USAF Orders GAAS Reaper UAV Trainers

AgustaWestland to Deliver EMS-Configured AW139 to Qatar Air Force

AgustaWestland has signed a contract with the Qatari armed forces to provide three AW139 medium twin helicopters and a logistics support package. The AW139 aircraft will be operated by...

AgustaWestland to Deliver EMS-Configured AW139 to Qatar Air Force