The US Air Force awarded Lockheed Martin a $928 million contract to develop a new missile that will travel more than five times faster than the speed of sound to overcome enemy defences.
The Royal Air Force will be returning to Estonia and Iceland in 2019 to conduct the NATO Baltic Air Policing Mission.
MBDA's Sea Venom/ANL missile has successfully completed its second development firing from a French Defence Procurement Agency Panther test helicopter at Ile Du Levant in southeast France.
The trans-Atlantic flight by four F-35B Lightning fast jets from the USA to their new permanent home at RAF Marham on the 6th of June represented a number of firsts for the RAF’s Air Mobility Force say the Ministry of Defence.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced new UK deployments as he acknowledges the Alliance’s importance to Europe’s defence, stability and security.
The F-35 Joint Program Office and Lockheed Martin have delivered the 300th production F-35 aircraft.
The company say that the new 55-T is able to protect large military transport aircraft such as the C-130, KC-390 and A400M from modern, radar-guided missiles.
NATO has started to provide fighter aircraft to execute NATO’s Air Policing mission over Montenegro.
The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital’s helipad in Glasgow has seen 692 landings over the past three years, made possible in part, by charity HELP (Helicopter Emergency Landing Pads).