Canada looks to second conversion to meet auxiliary needs

Canada is considering leasing and converting a second auxiliary tanker to help bridge the gap until its long overdue Joint Support Ship project comes into fruition. 

F-22 Raptors take out aerial targets in missile tests

The F-22 has completed operational tests of air-to-air missiles against an aerial target at the Utah Test and Training Range as part of a major capability upgrade.

‘We will not win in a man-to-man fight’ says US official, citing leverage directed energy weapons will bring the US and allies

Michael D. Griffin, the US undersecretary of defence for research and engineering, spoke to senior leaders from the US government and defence industry to explore the impact of integrating directed energy capabilities into the US military.

‘It gives us the advantage of not having to worry about as many surface-to-air threats’ say US airmen of the F-35

During the F-35 Lightning II's pre-Initial Operational Test and Evaluation, Airmen from the United States Air Force 3rd Air Support Operations Squadron had the opportunity to work with all three variants of the Joint Strike Fighter.

Canada lays out plans for $5bn order of 18 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet jets and other equipment

The US government has agreed to a potential sale of 18 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet aircraft to Canada worth $5.23 billion, the State Department announced.

WATCH: C-17 air launches a ballistic missile

A medium-range ballistic missile was air launched by a US Air Force C-17 over the Pacific Ocean in order to test the THAAD weapon system.

American supercarrier underway for sea trials

The USS John C. Stennis is underway for Sea Trials as the ship's planned incremental availability nears its end.

US Navy to commission supercarrier USS Gerald R. Ford

The US Navy will commission its newest aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford, during ceremony on Saturday.

Steel cut for USS Enterprise

Huntington Ingalls Industries has cut a 35-ton steel plate at its Newport News Shipbuilding division to kick off advance construction of the USS Enterprise.

Entire US Navy fleet in one day operational pause

US Navy officials have ordered a temporary halt in operations after a spate of maritime accidents.

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