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India Specifies 65,000-Tonne Aircraft Carrier, with Catapult

India Specifies 65,000-Tonne Aircraft Carrier, with Catapult

For the first time, the size and specifications of the Indian Navy’s future aircraft carrier have been officially acknowledged. The navy has written to at least four major global shipbuilders, asking for proposals to help in designing a 65,000 tonne […]


Indonesian Air Force Plans to Replace C-130 Hercules

Indonesian Air Force Plans to Replace C-130 Hercules

Indonesian Air Force Chief of Staff, Air Marshal Agus Supriatna, revealed that he has conducted a study to replace Hercules aircraft with new transport aircraft. “We have conducted a study to replace C-130 Hercules aircraft with the new ones either […]


Long-Range Bomber May Be In China’s Plans

Long-Range Bomber May Be In China’s Plans

A fast-flying, heavy strategic aircraft is needed and long overdue, defense experts say. “Please try your best to develop new bomber aircraft.” That was the last wish of the dying Lieutenant General Liu Yudi, 92, a flying ace from the […]


Iran Deploys Cutting-Edge Ghadir Radar System

Ghadir Radar System

Iran’s IRGC on Saturday has officially put into service a domestically developed long-range radar system capable of detecting stealth aircraft. The country’s second advanced long-range radar system, named Ghadir, was unveiled in a ceremony on Saturday in Ahvaz, attended by […]


US Army, Tufts team up to advance cognitive science

Scientists at the Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences collect data on the efficacy of administering targeted brain stimulation on memory and navigation performance in novel environments.

Army researchers have teamed up with the Tufts University School of Engineering to create the Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences, or Center for ABCs. The center is co-directed by Dr. Caroline Mahoney, team leader for the U.S. Army […]


US Air Force Uses Web-Based Remotely Piloted Aircraft Application

Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems

Using existing technology, a team of Air Force intelligence experts have developed a new Web-based program that saves lives and money, while enhancing the “eyes in the sky,” the centerpiece of the $80 billion remotely piloted aircraft industry. On June […]


Joint U.S., Israeli device seeks to reduce airflow drag

Items, which are added to helicopters, such as weapons systems, create drag and decrease aircraft performance.

U.S. Army and Israeli scientists are conducting testing and research on active flow control devices as a means to reduce drag on future Army aircraft. The Suction and Oscillatory Blowing Actuator, or SaOB, invented by Israeli scientist, Dr. Avraham Seifert […]


Argyll Upkeep Marks Start of Type 23 Life-Ex Program

Argyll Upkeep Marks Start of Type 23 Life-Ex Program

Babcock has begun a docking period on Type 23 frigate HMS Argyll at Devonport Royal Dockyard, marking the official start of the Type 23 life extension program. HMS Argyll will be the first to undergo the Life Extension (LIFEX) Upkeep […]


Pakistan JF-17 Jets depart to participate in Paris Air Show 2015

Pakistan JF-17 Jets depart to participate in Paris Air Show 2015

A three-ship formation of JF-17 Thunders along with a Pakistan Air Force contingent comprising pilots and technicians departed from an Operational PAF Air Base on Sunday to participate in the forthcoming Paris Air Show 2015. A Pakistan Air Force Media […]


NATO to Deploy Drones Over Baltic

NATO to Deploy Drones Over Baltic

NATO’s Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) system drones will be used in the Baltic airspace from 2017. Estonia is also one of the financial contributors to the program. NATO will use drones for reconnaissance and collection of information about the enemy […]


 
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