Sirkosky Aircraft has struck deals with two Asian countries to supply helicopters for search and rescue and other duties, the aircraft-maker announced at the Singapore air show on Feb 14. South Korea's Coast Guard signed with Sirkosky to deliver one S-92 in 2013 as part of the countryâ€™s Multi-purpose Helicopter Program
The Swiss government allayed Saabâ€™s discomfort and is standing by the Gripen to replace its fighter fleet, the defense ministry said on Feb. 14, after reports claimed that the Swiss military feared that the aircraft was not up to the job
After a Su-24 Fencer tactical bomber crashed in the Russian Urals on Monday, the Russian Defense Ministry has indefinitely grounded the entire fleet, Ria Novosti reported on Tuesday. The Su-24 combat aircraft, similar to NATOâ€™s Tornado and Mirage 2000 planes, crashed in the woods of the Kurgan region during a routine flight on Monday
Mexican helicopter service provider ASESA (Aeroservicios Especializados, S.A
US military sales overseen by the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) topped $30 billion for the third consecutive year. Total sales for fiscal year 2010 were $31
MathWorks today announced that Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) reduced by 50 percent the development time of its Prisma project, which tests and validates guidance, navigation, and control (GNC) strategies for advanced autonomous formation flying. SSC adopted Model-Based Design with MATLAB and Simulink to help model and simulate the GNC system, perform real-time closed-loop simulations, and generate production flight code
Indian Air Force May Acquire HAL HTT-40 Trainers
Project 20385 Lead Corvette to Begin State Tests
US Begins Paperwork to Greenlight Sale of 100 Abrams tanks for Taiwan
Turkeyâ€™s ATAK FAZ-2 Gunship Makes Maiden Flight
Bangladesh to Buy Fighter Jets, Apache Gunships & Missile Systems from US
India's Tejas Mk2 in Final Trials
Russia Seeks Customers for 6 Upgraded, Former Indian Air Force Su-30 Fighters
Chinaâ€™s J-20 Fighter May Have Entered Mass Production with Increased Deployment
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