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DARPA Selects Aurora’s LightningStrike 24-prop Hybrid VTOL X-Plane

A canard aircraft using 24 electrically driven rotors tucked inside its wings was selected by DARPA to demonstrate high speed and vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capabilities. The revolutionary unmanned vehicle is scheduled to begin flight tests in the 2018.

T-X: Raytheon Teams with Finmeccanica, Honeywell and CAE for USAF Trainer...

Raytheon is partnering with European aircraft manufacturer Finmeccanica, CAE and Honeywell to build the T-100 Integrated Air Training System as its contender for the USAF T-X advanced new jet trainer

Bionic Ears Provide Combat Advantage, Hearing Protection for the Warfighter

Warfighters pay a high price for lack of auditory protection, but often they consider such price justified, for it keeps them sharp to react quickly and effectively, thus staying alive in combat. Sharpening the warfighter's hearing while while protecting them from short and long terms risks, next generation of hearing protection are expected soon at a battlefield near you...

Israel’s New Jet Trainer Could Cost More Than $60 Million per...

In July 2012 Israel has ordered 30 M346 jet trainers from the Italian company Aermacchi. At the time the procurement cost mentioned was $850 million, reflecting a flyaway cost of $28 million for 30 aircraft. The aircraft full life cycle cost is expected to almost triple this amount.

Israel, Italy Exchange Multi-Billion Dollar Defense Contracts

The Italian defense group Finmeccanica announced yesterday it has signed contracts worth approximately $850 million under a collaboration agreement between the Italian government and...

Raptors are Cleared to Resume Flight Operations

The U.S. Air Force plans to resume flight operations of its 170 F-22A Raptor fleet after four months stand down following safety concerns associated with the aircraft life support system. The entire Raptor fleet will undergo an extensive inspection of the life support systems before returning to flight, with follow-on daily inspections.

Army Dissolves Early-Brigade Combat Team, Discontinue Class I UAV, UGS

The Department of the Army announced today that it decided to continue low-rate initial production of two elements of the Early-Infantry Brigade Combat Team...

Honeywell Takes T-Hawk for Afghanistan Roadshow

On 14 January a group of soldiers and civilians from coalition forces gathered at the Kandahar Airfield in southern Afghanistan to witness how the...

T-Hawk Micro-Aerial Vehicle (MAV)

Feb. 2009: Honeywell announced receiving a US Navy order for six T-Hawk Micro Air Vehicle systems, destined for the British MoD. In addition to...

Honeywell Wins Production Contract for the Micro Air Vehicle (MAV)

90 systems will be fielded by the end of 2009 Honeywell (NYSE:HON) will deliver 90 Micro Air Vehicles (MAV) Block II under a $65 million...

Spectra composite armor modules

Materials based on the Honeywell Spectra fiber are also used in various vehicular protection applications. Spectra Shield PCR designed from the Spectra fibers offers...

Advanced Optoelectronic Components For High Speed Communications Servers

Honeywell and SiOptical Inc. announced a collaboration for the development of a new opto-electronic processing and communications networking a platform, which will offer the...

Class I UAVS (T-Hawk)

Honeywell is developing for the FCS program a backpack-sized Miniature Air Vehicle (MAV) designed to gather and transmit battlefield Information in support of small...
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