Harry Lye

Harry Lye is a feature writer for Global Defence Technology covering new developments in the defence sector.

All articles by Harry Lye

  1. Iran has “largest and most diverse” Middle East missile arsenal: US DIA

    Despite sanctions and political pressure, Iran’s missile arsenal has grown to become the most diverse in the Middle East, according…
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    20 Nov
  2. Space Command head ‘really eager’ to get Space Force off the ground

    The head of the US Space Command (USSPACECOM) and US Air Force Space Command, General John Raymond, said he was…
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    19 Nov
  3. US and Norway pilots participate in first F-35 basic flight course

    US and Norwegian student pilots train together to fly the F-35 as they take part in the aircraft’s first allied…
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    18 Nov
  4. Rafael to showcase Drone Dome at DSEI Japan

    Rafael Advanced Defence Systems is set to showcase its Drone Dome, a counter unmanned aerial system (UAS) air defence system,…
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    11 Nov
  5. USAF to test data link between F-22 and F-35 aircraft

    The US Air Force is set to start testing a secure data-link that will allow its enable its F-35 and…
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    8 Nov
  6. UK government yet to make a decision on Cobham sale

    The UK Government’s Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom has not yet made a decision on whether the £4bn sale of British…
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    5 Nov
  7. F-35 full-rate production delayed until next year

    The F-35 will not enter full-rate production for at least 13 months, according to US Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition…
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    22 Oct
  8. Shareholders green-light Raytheon-UTC merger

    Raytheon and United Technologies shareholders have overwhelmingly approved the two companies’ ‘merger of equals’ to create Raytheon Technologies. The deal…
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    15 Oct
  9. Boeing KC-46 cargo lock fix on the way

    Boeing’s KC-46 Pegasus tanker could soon be back in the air carrying out military transport as the company is set…
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    14 Oct
  10. Second Airbus Zephyr UAS crashes during a test flight

    An Airbus Zephyr high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS) Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) has crashed while on a test flight in Australia, marking…
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    10 Oct
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