Frank Kendall discusses with Aviation Week the need to “reoptimize” the Air Force to acquire, plan and train better for potential near-term conflict.
The company is providing development work for F/A-XX.
The teaming arrangement was agreed to during the Defense Security Equipment International exhibition.
The rocket lifted off at 10:28 p.m. EDT/7:28 p.m. local time on Sept. 14.
BAE Systems and platform integrator MSI Defense Solutions are pitching a palletized guided rocket system.
Speaking on Poland’s Radio dla Ciebie Sept. 14, Mariusz Błaszczak says the country still has a shortfall in combat aircraft.
The collaboration with Hybrid Air Vehicles will explore the use of the Airlander aircraft in defense and security missions.
Four Lockheed Martin F-35s landed at Denmark's Skrydstrup air base shortly after 2 p.m. on Sept. 14.
The 2023 National Defense Report released Sept. 12 laid out the new acquisition plans as part of an effort to bolster Taiwan’s asymmetric capabilities.
Ansett Airlines, the owner of the Apex Flight Academy, has been developing the renamed Goshawk special mission aircraft since 2021.
The Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton uncrewed aircraft system has been cleared for initial operating capability by the U.S. Navy.
AeroVironment makes two loitering munitions: the anti-personnel Switchblade 300 and the anti-armored vehicle Switchblade 600.
The request for information (RFI) was published on Sept. 15 by the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.
Universal Hydrogen has reached a key milestone in its plan to convert the ATR 72 regional turboprop to zero-emission hydrogen-electric propulsion.
A policy review document released this week shows it will take seven years to complete.
Launch operator Mozambique has logged 70 flight hours on the Paramount Mwari light attack and observation aircraft.
South Africa’s Paramount Group is seeing strong demand for the upgrade of older Russian-built helicopters.
The Type II Loitering Munition has been developed entirely in-house, including the seeker, warhead and propulsion, according to an NCIST engineer.
The Taiwan Space Agency's three-stage satellite launch vehicle measures 82 ft. in length, has a diameter of 7.2 ft. and a takeoff mass of 37 tons.
Featuring wingfold design similar to the AeroVironment Switchblade 600, Taiwanese company Hutron's H2B weighs 33 lb. (15 kg), including an 11-lb. warhead.
Leonardo Helicopters has revealed a model of what it calls a “mature concept” of the 2-3-metric-ton rotary-wing UAS demonstrator, which the OEM hopes to fly in 2025.
Beta has been working with AFWerx and Agility Prime for more than three years.
The UK Army’s Long-Range Area Effects Demonstrator is exploring how the Extended-Range Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System could carry different payloads.
The fate of Taiwan's Teng Yun II, or “Cloud Rider,” UAS will be decided after operational testing has been completed after a 16-year development path.