Dutch Navy Sets Thales a Naval Battle-Management Challenge

Angus Batey - Thales faces a ‘challenging’ schedule to develop a new concept in naval battle-management technology for the Royal Netherland’s Navy’s (RNLN) M-class...

Aerostar Moves Military MRO from Mig-21 to F-16

David Oliver - Romania’s leading MRO provider Aerostar is planning to transform its military business that in 2017 amounted to only 17 percent of...

UAE Armed Forces take UAS, Rotorcraft and Naval Synthetic Training to...

Andrew Drwiega, IDEX, UAE - The United Arab Emirates is proving to be a leader in the Gulf region in terms of synthetic training...

Rafale F4 launched

Jon Lake - On 14 January 2019, the French government signed a $2.26 billion (€2 billion) contract with Dassault Aviation for a batch of...

RAF Typhoons Carry Brimstone Over Syria

Jon Lake - The RAF’s Typhoon Force has flown its first operational sortie carrying the new-to-Typhoon MBDA Brimstone 2 precision attack missile. On 30 January, Air...

RAF Tornado Bows Out

Jon Lake - On 31 January 2019, the RAF Tornado Force flew its final operational sortie on Operation Shader - the UK element of the...

BIRD wins second African ASIO contract

Martin Streetly - Israeli contractor BIRD Aerosystems has announced that it is providing a Cessna Citation-based Airborne Surveillance, Information and Observation (ASIO) solution to...

Four generations of strike fighters?

When UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson announced that the RAF’s F-35Bs were ready to deploy, having attained initial operating capability (IOC), he did so...

KC-46A Edges Nearer to Service Entry

Jon Lake - Boeing has announced that its KC-46A Pegasus tanker has completed the second phase of flight testing in support of receiver certification....

First Tranche of 18 F-35B’s for UK Nears Completion

Jon Lake - In mid-November the UK took delivery of its 17th Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning aircraft. The aircraft was the penultimate aircraft in...

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GM-200 for Dutch Army

Dr. Thomas Withington - The Dutch Army will receive new ground-based air surveillance radars in 2021, allowing the force to reture several legacy systems....

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Dr. Thomas Withington - New radars promise a major enhancement to the Royal Netherlands Air Force’s air surveillance. The Koninklijke Luchtmacht (RNLAF/Royal Netherlands Air Force)...

Mack Defense Highlights Medium Support Vehicle System Roll-Out at CANSEC 2019

Mack Defense will showcase the ongoing delivery of its Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS) Standard Military Pattern (SMP) trucks to Canada at the Canadian...

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