US Air Force considering retiring 17 B-1 bombers

The US Air Force say that continuous bomber support operations over the last 20 years have taken a toll on the B-1 airframe structure due to "overuse in a manner not commensurate with its planned design".

BAE to develop analytics to detect WMD threat activity

BAE Systems say it will develop advanced analytics technology to assist in the detection of weapons of mass destruction threat activity.

Littoral Combat Ship 19 delivered To US Navy

Lockheed Martin and Fincantieri Marinette Marine have delivered the future USS St. Louis, Littoral Combat Ship 19, to the U.S. Navy.

USS Gerald R Ford passes aircraft compatibility testing

American aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford has completed Aircraft Compatibility Testing following 16 days at sea.

China reaches second in global arms sales ranking

The top countries by arms sales are the US, China, the UK and Russia.

Aircraft compatibility trials take place on USS Gerald R Ford

American aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford departed its homeport of Norfolk to begin Aircraft Compatibility Testing.

US Navy to name new carrier after Doris Miller

A future Gerald R. Ford class aircraft carrier will be named in honour of World War II hero Ship’s Cook Third Class Doris Miller, say the US Navy.

Leonardo awarded US Navy contract for 32 TH-73A helicopters by US

Leonardo, through AgustaWestland Philadelphia, has been awarded a contract for the production and delivery of 32 TH-73A helicopters.

HH-60W enters soundproof chamber for testing

The US Air Force's newest combat rescue helicopter was suspended in a soundproof chamber for tests.

CH-53K King Stallion engine integration issues solved

Engineers have mitigated an ongoing engine integration issue for the CH-53K King Stallion.

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