Bronco II light attack aircraft is being developed by Bronco Combat Systems, a...
Sikorsky plans German industrialisation for STH helicopter programme
Lockheed Martin company Sikorsky has confirmed its German industrialisation plan to compete in the German Air Force’s ‘Schwerer Transporthubschrauber’ (STH) heavy-lift helicopter programme with its CH-53K King Stallion aircraft.
Royal Australian Air Force commissions 10th C-27J Spartan aircraft
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has commissioned the tenth and final C-27J Spartan into service during a ceremony held at RAAF Base Richmond.
Derco and Arkwin sign deal for C-130 and F-16 components repairs
Lockheed Martin company Derco has signed a contract to serve as the exclusive repair centre for all C-130 and F-16 aircraft components manufactured by US-based company Arkwin Industries.
Tyonek to provide C-130H A-Kit manufacturing and integration services
Tyonek Services Group (TSG) has been sub-contracted to support A-Kit manufacturing and modification for the US Air Force’s (USAF) C-130H military transport aircraft.
Rockwell Collins to support GATM components on USAF’s KC-135 fleet
The US Air Force (USAF) has awarded a contract to Rockwell Collins to support Global Air Traffic Management (GATM) components installed on its KC-135 Stratotanker fleet.
KAI awards pilot oxygen system contract for KF-X aircraft
Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) has awarded a contract to UK-based manufacturing company Cobham for the design and delivery of a pilot oxygen system for the future KF-X multi-role fighter aircraft.
Czech Air Force completes MS20 capability upgrade to Gripen fleet
The Czech Air Force has successfully completed the MS20 upgrade for its entire Gripen fighter aircraft fleet in order to enhance its combat and communication capabilities.
AIM-9X Sidewinder Air-to-Air Missile
The AIM-9X is the newest member in the family of AIM-9 Sidewinder short-range missiles produced by Raytheon. It is an infrared air-to-air missile primarily developed for the US Air Force and the US Navy.
Military aircraft crash in Algeria leaves 257 people dead
An Algerian military transport aircraft has crashed near its capital city Algiers killing 257 people on-board, officials from the country’s defence ministry said.
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