Marine Corps Proceed with Common, Aviation C2 System Demonstration

ThalesRaytheonSystems, a joint venture between U.S. based Raytheon and the European Thales group has been selected by the U.S. Marine Corps to demonstrate a...

New Missiles Unveiled at Airshow China 2018

An illustrated report reflecting on of some of the new missiles displayed this week at the Airshow China in Zhuhai.

JPADS – The Way Ahead

Start < Page 5 of 6 > Heavier classes of Joint Precision Airdrop System systems are planned for fielding in the near future. These include the JPADS-L...

U.S. Air Force Gears for Irregular Warfare Operations (IW)

While the air force completes procurement of its top-performance F-22, and gears toward fielding of the fifth-next generation F-35 stealth fighter, a modest effort...

Aero-India 2015 blazes the Bangalore skies this week

72 aircraft on display here at Aero India 2015 are demonstrating the scope and size this airshow has achieved in its 10th edition. Quite a few of these aircraft are made in India, among them the Indian Tejas (Light Combat Aircraft - LCA), Light Combat Helicopter (LCH Dhruv) – all were developed and manufactured in India by Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL).

India Refloats Tender for Six new Flying Tankers

The Indian Air Force (IAF) is seeking to buy six new flying tankers to augment its existing aerial refueling capability. The two companies are...

Boeing is Building a Suborbital Space Plane for DARPA

DARPA has selected the Boeing Company to complete advanced design work for the Agency’s Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) program, which aims to build and fly the first of an entirely new class of hypersonic, suborbital aircraft that would provide short-notice, low-cost access to space.

Lebanese source: Mobile missile launchers can hit any target in Israel

Launched from camouflaged truck mounted containers, Fateh 110 ballistic guided missiles could strike most of the relevant targets in Israel, the Lebanese Daily Star reports.

Carbon fiber clouds hiding naval destroyers from anti-ship missiles

The US Navy has tested radar absorbing carbon-fiber cloud generators on board ships, which could be used to protect naval vessels from attacks by radar-guided anti-ship and air-launched cruise missiles

Tiger Seeks new Claws – Eurosatory 2006 Exhibition Review

The Tiger armed reconnaissance and attack helicopter received lots of attention at Eurosatory 2006, marking the completion of one armament programs (Australia) and the...

TESAR UAV Recce SAR Payload

MiniSAR - Tactical UAV SAR Payload (Sandia Labs / USA) Sandia National Labs, the developers of the Lynx SAR system, are developing a smaller version of...

Air Mules FanCrafts Could Be Operational in Four Years

After nine years of development, Rafi Yoeli, founder and CEO of Urban Aeronautics says he is confident the Air Mule can achieve operational level...

Indian Space Agency Tested a Reusable Satellite Launcher

India conducted the first flight test of its ‘Reusable Launch Vehicle’ (RLV) developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Monday, May 23, 2016, as the 6.7 m’ (22 ft) long vehicle was launched on top an HS9 solid rocket booster. Unlike the American space shuttle or X-37B space plane that perform most of their mission in orbit, the Indian RLV is designed to provide a reusable ‘upper stage’, to assist bringing satellites to orbit.

Russian Air Force Suspends An-22, Tu-95M Operations after an An-22 Crash

The Russian Air Force command has grounded the entire fleet of its Antonov An-22 transports and Tupolev Tu-95MS bombers after an An-22 crash yesterday...

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