In this issue of GDT we catch up with Exercise Unmanned Warrior, speak...
- Global Defence Technology: Testing frontline robots, real-life Iron Man and more
- Leonardo wins €180m NATO contract to upgrade EW training equipment
- RAF pilots to use Thales High-G training facility at RAF Cranwell in UK
- USAF chief tests Boeing T-X for future pilot training programmes
- First female F-35 test pilot completes flight mission testing
Thailand and US begin multinational military exercise Cobra Gold
Thailand and the US have begun the Cobra Gold annual multinational military exercise, claimed to be the largest military exercise in the Indo-Pacific region.
Global Defence Technology: Testing frontline robots, real-life Iron Man and more
In this issue of GDT we catch up with Exercise Unmanned Warrior, speak to the developers of the US Army's new soldier protection system, explore the feasibility of space-based missile defence, check out Leonardo's infrared search & track system for fighter jets, and more.
US and Israel begin joint military exercise Juniper Falcon
The Israeli Air Force (IAF) Air Defense Division and the US European Command (USEUCOM) have commenced the latest iteration of the joint military exercise, code-named Juniper Falcon.
Leonardo wins €180m NATO contract to upgrade EW training equipment
Global defence company Leonardo has secured a €180m ($206m) contract from NATO to upgrade electronic warfare (EW) training equipment, as part of the NATO Joint Electronic Warfare Core Staff (JEWCS) capability package.
RAF pilots to use Thales High-G training facility at RAF Cranwell in UK
A new High-G training facility at RAF Cranwell in the UK will help fighter jet pilots train under more realistic simulated flight conditions.
RAAF joins Red Flag joint military training exercise in US
The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) is demonstrating its capabilities at the Red Flag joint military training exercise at Nellis Air Force Base (AFB) in the US.
CAE wins contract to develop training system for Protector RPAS
CAE has secured a contract for the development of a comprehensive synthetic training system for the UK’s Protector RG Mk1 remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) programme.
USAF chief tests Boeing T-X for future pilot training programmes
US Air Force (USAF) chief of staff General David L Goldfein has tested the new ready-to-fly Boeing T-X aircraft, which was designed for use in future USAF pilot training programmes.
UK RAF P-8A Poseidon personnel commence training in US
British Royal Air Force (RAF) personnel of CXX Squadron and Poseidon Line Squadron have started training at the US Naval Air Station in Jacksonville, Florida, US.
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