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Unmanned Peacekeepers Over Africa

United Nations peacekeepers in Africa are expanding the use of drones to improve force protection and better secure the civilian communities in conflict areas. The UN is expected to select a supplier for a larger MALE drone to succeed the Falco UAVs operating in the Democratic Republic of Congo since 2013. Such drones will soon launch operations from two bases in Mali, in support of UN operations in the Sahara.

British and French Attack Helicopters Conduct First Attacks in Libya

British Apache attack helicopters conducted their first operational sorties over Libya on Friday last night. According to British sources, the capabilities of the Apache complement well the precision strike and reconnaissance missions flown by NATO fast jets.

HJT-36 ‘Sitara’ Lost in an Accident

An Intermediate Jet Trainer (HJT-36 Sitara) made by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) crashed yesterday in the Tamil Nadu region, Southern India. Group Captain Mathur...

Helicopter Pilots to Join Air Combat Training

IAI is extending the functionality of its Ehud Air Combat Maneuvering System (ACMI) with the introduction of new training pods designed for combat and...

Update: Riyadh to Invest up to $60 Billion Modernizing Airpower with...

Updated: October 21, 2010: The U.S. and Saudi Arabia have finalized an arms package that shadows even the large arms mega-sales in the region....

Arming Attack Helicopters for Asymmetric Warfare

Start < Page 1 of 5 > European combat helicopter missions, as part of modern Army Aviation units, are rooted in the 1980s, when NATO...

PASSM – Precision Attack, Air-to-Surface Missile

Raytheon unveiled new details about the Precision Attack, Air-to-Surface Missile (PASSM), under development addressing future requirements for airborne multi-sensor precision attack weapons designed against...
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