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The military training provider is upgrading former Israeli F-16 fighters for contracted U.S. Air Force aggressor training duties.
The first Dassault Rafales for the Hellenic Air Force have arrived in Greece, just six days short of a year since contract signature.
Korea Aerospace will convert four Dassault aircraft to improve air force reconnaissance.
Russia is building up its strategic missile-carrying force by placing Tupolev's mighty Tu-160M “Blackjack” back into production.
Modifications to Hungary’s Gripens will allow them to fire new weapons, such as the IRIS-T and Meteor air-to-air missiles.
Having announced the AW169's selection in 2020, Austria has now committed to the purchase with a government-to-government order from Italy.
The latest order takes the Navy's TH-73A fleet to 104 aircraft, but the total should reach 130 by 2024.
Ultimately France intends to buy 169 H160Ms for the HIL (light joint helicopter) requirement to serve with the air force, army and navy.
The former BACN-carrying high-altitude UAVs will be outfitted to support hypersonic missile tests as part of the SkyRange initiative.
Kuwait’s new Typhoons are the first of the breed to feature an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar.