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A look at Saab’s Swordfish maritime patrol aircraft

Saab's Swordfish maritime patrol aircraft is a combination of Bombardier’s Global 6000 ultra-long-range aircraft, General Dynamics Mission Systems Canada's acoustics processor and Saab’s airborne surveillance solutions.

BAE Systems win contract to modernise Head-up Displays for UAE F-16 fleet

BAE Systems has been selected by Lockheed Martin to modernise head-up displays (HUD) on F-16 aircraft for the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, replacing the fleet’s analogue system with advanced digital technology.

Airbus says ‘new deal on A400M’ with buyers will limit future losses (by removing...

Airbus said buyers had agreed to work on contractual changes, including a 'new roadmap' for development and completion of capabilities for the A400M, in simple terms less promised capabilities are to be integrated and delivery is to be slowed.

Ministerial Communiqué released regarding the A400M Atlas Programme

A communiqué released today by the UK Government summarises the recent meeting of the A400M Partner Nations.

NATO awards Cobham operational readiness training contract

Cobham secures contract to provide Electronic Warfare Services for NATO training and exercises.

The E-3D Sentry – An Airborne Early Warning stalwart

The US designed E-3D Sentry AEW.Mk 1 is an airborne early warning (AEW) and command and control aircraft in British service, but what does...

Royal Air Force declare RC-135 fleet fully operational ahead of schedule

The Royal Air Force has declared the full operational capability for the RC-135 Rivet Joint or 'Airseeker' ahead of schedule.

First operational Japanese F-35A makes debut at arrival ceremony

The first operational Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Lightning touched down at an arrival ceremony at Misawa Air Base in Japan this week.

Atlas aircraft hangar opened by Defence Minister

A £70 million hangar large enough to contain three of the RAF’s new Atlas transport aircraft at the same time was officially opened by Defence Minister Guto Bebb at RAF Brize Norton.

F-35 to incorporate automatic ground collision avoidance system ‘five years earlier than planned’

The F-35 project office is to accelerate the implementation of anti-collision software five-years earlier than originally planned.



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