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Astronautics is selling its legacy electromechanical instrument product line to support specialist Extant Aerospace.
The Bell 505 will be the new military training helicopter for the South Korean Army and Navy.
Since the beginning of Russia's attack on Ukraine NATO has taken measures to shield its member states along the eastern flank from potential aggression.
Equipped with a STOL wing kit, the MQ-9B SkyGuardian/SeaGuardian will be capable of operating from assault carriers and regular aircraft carriers.
The APG-79(V)4 radar is being procured in an upgrade effort to ensure that the U.S. Marine Corps Hornet fighters can meet the planned "sundown" date.
The Marines are planning to double the organic adversary force while extending Red Air training coverage to the East Coast.
Augmented-reality platform developer Red 6 has signed a strategic partnership with Saudi Arabia-based Advanced Electronics.
NASA’s electric experimental aircraft, the X-57 “Maxwell,” is nearing the end of ground tests and being prepared for the installation of batteries.
The Republic of Angola has placed an order with Airbus for three C295s, two of which will be outfitted for maritime surveillance operations.
The upgraded MiGs were due to serve until 2024, but it is now considered unlikely that they will be returned to service.