F-35

Lightning Reflexes

Enhancements to the F-35’s electronic warfare systems will focus on software, firmware and hardware should be completed by 2024. The contract won in August by...
AIR-B21-Bomber

OK, Bomber!

When it enters service from circa 2030, the US Air Force’s Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider strategic bomber will likely be the most advanced aircraft...
eurofighter-typhoon

Prince Salman signs up to discussions on a new batch of Saudi Typhoons

The UK Government signed a Memorandum of Intent (MoI) with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) aimed at finalising discussions for the purchase of...
Rafale-F4

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...
AESA-Radar

Important decision for Germany as a technology base

Sensor supplier HENSOLDT welcomes the German Bundestag's release of billion Euro budget for Eurofighter AESA radar and multi-purpose warship MKS 180. AESA radar Sensor systems supplier...
Bronco-II

BRONCO II aircraft launched for USA

In a move set to revolutionize the light attack and tactical C4ISR aircraft industry, the launch of the BRONCO II aircraft is announced today...
IRIS-T

Of Sparrows and Sidewinders

The global Air-to-Air Missile (AAM) market is a fiercely competitive one, in which long-established players battle to provide the armament for a diminishing number...
Tornado-GR4

Preparing for Retirement

The RAF will commence the drawdown of its Panavia Tornado-GR4 fighter force on 31 March, armadainternational.com has learned, when the jet’s training unit will...

Analysis: German Tornado/Typhoon Replacement

At the ILA Berlin Airshow Dirk Hoke, CEO of Airbus Defence and Space, and Eric Trappier, CEO and chairman of Dassault Aviation announced that...
AIR-F-35A-(USAF)

Suppression Aggression

US Air Force air defence suppression capabilities are being enhanced via the F-35. The US Air Force is on course to receive a new...

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