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China’s FTC-2000G Export-Version Versatile Aircraft Rolls Off Production Line

China-developed FTC-2000G, an export version versatile aircraft, on Wednesday hit the production line in the city of Anshun in southwest China's Guizhou Province, according...

U.S. Navy Seeks Additional Funding for Readiness, Aircraft, Weapons, and Ships

The U.S. Navy's original $5.1 billion Unfunded Priorities List (UPL) released in February 2016 has grown into a massive $12 billion wish list. Curiously, the...
TC-90 training aircraft

Japan agrees to lease military aircraft to Philippines

Japan will lease military aircraft to the Philippines in another sign of deepening security ties between the two former foes to counter Beijing's...
M-346 jet trainer Aircraft for Poland

Final Assembly Begins for the First Two Polish Air Force M-346 Aircraft

The contract with the Polish Air Force is to supply eight aircraft as well as Ground Based Training Systems Presented to General Commander of the...
F-35, Lockheed Martin

US Air Force Presents Fiscal Year 2017 Budget

The Air Force presented its fiscal year 2017 president's budget request Feb. 9 following the Defense Department and sister services’ budget briefings. Maj. Gen. Jim...
Antonov An-178 Transport Aircraft

Antonov to Deliver 30 An-178 Transport Aircraft to Saudi Arabia

Antonov Company and Тaqnia Aeronautics of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia signed a Memorandum of Understanding. This document confirms the parties’ intention to deliver...
Su-34, Russian Air Force

Russia to Purchase About 200 Aircraft, Up To 30 Vessels Annually

MOSCOW: The Russian Defense Ministry will purchase about 200 aircraft and helicopters, up to 30 surface ships and submarines and up to 600 armored...
UK RAF 15 Squadron Tornado GR4

UK begins Syria air strikes after parliament vote

London: Britain joined the US-led bombing campaign against ISIS in Syria on Thursday, with air strikes beginning just hours after a decisive parliamentary...

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

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...

FAA warns Boeing 787 bug could shut off aircraft power

In a new problem for the Boeing 787, the US aviation regulator has ordered repairs to correct a software bug that could cause the...