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Lockheed Martin will conduct a rollout ceremony for the first two Turkish F-35 fighter jets despite US senate prohibition to the sales of the aircraft to Turkey. The company will roll out the fighters in Fort Worth on June 21 and the jets will move on to Luke Air Base in Arizona where Turkish F-35 pilots and technicians will receive training until November 2019, Pentagon Spokesman Mike Andrew was quoted as saying by
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Lockheed Martin has won a contract from the Qatar Emiri Air Force (QEAF) to provide Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod (ATP) for its Rafale aircraft for the precision targeting capability. Under this contract announced during the Eurosatory exhibition, Lockheed Martin will provide the QEAF with pods, spares and deployment support for the Rafale – the 10th platform to fly with Sniper ATP
An F-15 fighter jet belonging to the US Kadena air base crashed about 80 kms south of Naha city, Okinawa island early Monday. The local Okinawa prefectural government has called for the grounding of all F-15 fighters after one of the six aircraft crashed during the flight training exercise, reported
Chinas Peoples Liberation Army-Air Force is preparing to send fighter jets to escort North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to the upcoming US-DPRK summit to be held in Singapore. "Escorting [a head of state] with jets is one of the highest security protocols that the air force can provide," the South Korean source told South China Morning Post Thursday, adding that if China sends air assets to conduct the escort then "it may be a message directed to the US-ROK [Republic of Korea, or South Korea] alliance that China is strongly backing up the Kim regime
The Bulgarian National Assembly committee on finance and budget cleared $1.08 billion for the procurement of 16 fighter jets
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