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  • 30 July 2009

    Dutch F-16 Fighters Fly to Jordan

    The Dutch Ministry of Defence has announced that six F-16 fighter aircraft have sold to Jordan as part of a sale prompted by cuts in the dutch defence budget. The...

  • 30 July 2009

    Goodrich to Continue Satellite Development for US Air Force

    The US Air Force has authorised American aerospace manufacturing company Goodrich Corporation to continue the development of the operationally responsive space (ORS) satellite programme. The company's ORS Sat-1 satellite system...

  • 30 July 2009

    New Zealand Air Force Update Training Aircraft

    The Royal New Zealand Air Force is set to receive four Mitsubishi MU-2F fixed-wing aircraft and six Kaman SH-2F Seasprite helicopters as training aids for its RNZAF Ground Training Wing...

  • 30 July 2009

    US Air Force Retires Stalwart T-37 Trainers

    The US Air Force is retiring four T-37 Tweet aircraft from the Sheppard Air Base. The two models of the training aircraft — T-37A and T-37B — have been in...

  • 29 July 2009

    Integral Systems Submits Proposal for USAF GPS Solution

    Integral Systems has submitted a proposal to deliver an integrated, advanced command and control solution for the US Air Force's global positioning system (GPS) next-generation advanced control segment (OCX) programme....

  • 29 July 2009

    India Plans to Develop Indigenous Low-Cost Radar System

    India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is planning to develop a low-cost indigenous radar system that will be similar to or more advanced than the Israeli Phalcon Airborne Warning...

  • 29 July 2009

    French Tiger Helicopters Arrive in Afghanistan

    Three French Tiger helicopters flown by Antonov 124 cargo aircraft have arrived in Afghanistan to support coalition forces. The helicopters, the first Tiger's to be sent to combat, will be...

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