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USAF Begins Work on First Cyber Warfare Intelligence Centre

The USAF Air Force Centre for Engineering and the Environment has begun the construction of the new 38,000ft² cyber warfare command centre at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The centre...

USAF Begins Work on First Cyber Warfare Intelligence Centre

Israeli Air Force Deploys Upgraded PAC Missile

The Israeli Air Force (IAF) has deployed a Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC-2) guided enhanced missile (GEM) defence system following an upgrade. The IAF, which operates about ten batteries...

Israeli Air Force Deploys Upgraded PAC Missile

RAAF to Reduce JSF Use of Weapons Range

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) will reduce the projected use of its Salt Ash Air Weapons range to decrease the impact of aircraft noise on the local community. Air Vice-Marshal...

RAAF to Reduce JSF Use of Weapons Range

USAF to Expand C-130 Hercules Training Fleet

The US Air Force will expand its C-130 Hercules training fleet with additional planes from the air national guard and air force reserve squadrons. USAF secretary Michael Bruce Donley said...

USAF to Expand C-130 Hercules Training Fleet

BAE Wins New Contract for Typhoon Avionics

BAE Systems will provide repair and support services for the Typhoon aircraft's avionics equipment, under a £150m ($221m) contract from Eurofighter. The contract will cover the Typhoon...

BAE Wins New Contract for Typhoon Avionics

South Korea Takes Delivery of Final T-50 Training Jet

The Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) has taken delivery of the 50th and final advanced T-50 Golden Eagle supersonic training jet from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI). Each $25m...

South Korea Takes Delivery of Final T-50 Training Jet

IAF to Begin Apache Helicopter Evaluation Tests

The Indian Air Force (IAF) will begin evaluation tests of the Boeing AH-64D Apache attack helicopter this summer before purchasing 22 helicopters as part of its modernisation plan. ...

IAF to Begin Apache Helicopter Evaluation Tests

RAAF Signs Air Traffic Management Agreement

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has signed a joint operational concept deal with Airservices Australia to implement an integrated national air traffic management system. Under...

RAAF Signs Air Traffic Management Agreement

USAF Orders Oshkosh Runway Brooms and High-Speed Blower

The US Air Force has contracted Oshkosh Airport Products Group to supply 22 H-Series runway broom / blower vehicles and one H-Series high-speed blower vehicle for its bases. The air force...

USAF Orders Oshkosh Runway Brooms and High-Speed Blower

Norwegian Air Force Takes Delivery of Final C-130J Super Hercules

The Royal Norwegian Air Force has taken delivery of the fourth and final C 130J Super Hercules airlifter from Lockheed Martin ordered under the US foreign military sales (FMS) programme. ...

Norwegian Air Force Takes Delivery of Final C-130J Super Hercules

Airbus to Deliver A330 Support Equipment to RAAF

Airbus Military will begin to deliver A330 multirole tanker transport (MRTT) aircraft equipment for the Royal Australian Air Force's (RAAF) new fleet of air-to-air refuelling tankers. The...

Airbus to Deliver A330 Support Equipment to RAAF

USAF to Receive Avaya Support for Scope EDGE Project

The USAF will receive technical support from Avaya Government Solutions to ensure continued security and operation of the USAF network resources around the world. Under the $64m contract,...

USAF to Receive Avaya Support for Scope EDGE Project

UK Deploys Tornados for Canadian Exercise

The UK Royal Air Force (RAF) has deployed two Tornado fighter bombers for a week-long training exercise at Canadian Forces Base Suffield. During Exercise Prairie Thunder the RAF's...

UK Deploys Tornados for Canadian Exercise

Netherlands Replaces Cougars with Chinooks in Afghanistan

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has replaced five Cougar helicopters used in transport missions in southern Afghanistan with CH-47 Chinooks. The Chinooks will help the air...

Netherlands Replaces Cougars with Chinooks in Afghanistan

Jordan to Buy AH-6i Light Helicopters

Jordan plans to purchase AH-6i light attack and reconnaissance helicopters for the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) from Boeing to enhance border security. RJAF commander Major General...

Jordan to Buy AH-6i Light Helicopters

German Air Force Resumes Heron UAV Tests in Afghanistan

The German Air Force has resumed initial flight tests of its Heron 1 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) in Afghanistan, after a taxiing accident in March. The trial will verify Heron's...

German Air Force Resumes Heron UAV Tests in Afghanistan

Raytheon Receives USAF Laser-Guided Maverick Missile Contract

Raytheon has received a contract from the US Air Force to continue design work on the AGM-65E2/L laser-guided Maverick missile, the newest variant of the Maverick. Under the $34.4m...

Raytheon Receives USAF Laser-Guided Maverick Missile Contract

Boeing Launches Phantom Ray Airborne System

Boeing has launched the Phantom Ray unmanned airborne system, which will begin taxi tests shortly. Developed from the X-45C programme for the US Air Force, the Phantom Ray aircraft...

Boeing Launches Phantom Ray Airborne System

RAAF Takes Part in Bersama Shield 2010

The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is taking part in Exercise Bersama Shield 2010, part of the Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) exercise. During the exercise, the Australian...

RAAF Takes Part in Bersama Shield 2010

Frequentis to Provide Voice Communications System to Iraq

Frequentis Defense will deliver its voice communications system (VCS) to support the Iraq air command and control system (I-ACCS) programme, under a deal with Lockheed. The firm will provide...

Frequentis to Provide Voice Communications System to Iraq

Iran Tests Anti-Radar System on Fighter Jet

The Imperial Iranian Air Force (IIAF) has successfully tested an anti-radar system using its Sadaf and Miraj fighter jets during manoeuvres in the Straight of Hormuz and the Sea of...

Iran Tests Anti-Radar System on Fighter Jet