The UK should realign its definition of autonomous weapons to be the ‘same,...
- UK should match global definition on robot weapons: Lords AI report
- US Air Force flight tests LRASM from B-1B bomber
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Raytheon completes developmental testing on USAF’s SDB II weapon
Raytheon has completed developmental testing on the Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II), a new capability to be offered for the US Air Force’s (USAF) fighter jets.
UK should match global definition on robot weapons: Lords AI report
The UK should realign its definition of autonomous weapons to be the ‘same, or similar, as that used by the rest of the world’, according to recommendations by the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence.
UK, US and France conduct precision strike in Syria
The British Royal Air Force (RAF), in conjunction with the US and French Allies, has conducted a precision strike on chemical weapon facility in Syria.
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.
British Royal Air Force to receive new BriteCloud missile decoy
The British Royal Air Force (RAF) is set to receive the BriteCloud active expendable decoy (AED) system for use in air combat missions.
High-Reliability Power Conversion
When your programme needs true military-grade high-reliability DC-DC converters, EMI filters and other power accessories qualified to MIL-PRF-38534 Class H and Class K, count on the proven products from VPT's DV Series.
Russia test-launches Kinzhal hypersonic missile from MiG-31 aircraft
The Russian Defense Ministry has reportedly announced that a combat training launch of its Kinzhal aero ballistic hypersonic missile was conducted from the Russian Air Force’s MiG-31 fighter jet.
IAF’s Spice 1000 munition attains IOC for use with F-16C/D aircraft
Israel’s Spice 1000 guided bomb has attained the initial operational capability (IOC) after successfully concluding an operational fitness examination that involved a series of aerial and ground tests.
Norway concludes F-35 drag chute system verification test
The Royal Norwegian Air Force has successfully completed a verification test of the drag chute system for the F-35A Lightning II fighter aircraft at the country’s Ørland Air Force Base (AFB).
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