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Boeing, Raytheon Assured Half of Surging US Support for Israel Missile Defense

As US missile defense funding to Israel surges, so, too, does the economic benefit to American teams…

Pentagon Eyes US Iron Dome To Defend Forward-Based Forces

Americanized versions of the Iron Dome’s Tamir interceptors are being offered under the Raytheon-tra…

Tata Technologies Plans Major Acquisitions Push

Tata Technologies plans to buy a number of secondary and tertiary defense firms in the next four yea…

Embraer Hopes Systems, KC-390 Spurs Defense Growth

Brazilian firm Embraer predicts a growth in its defense sector with a rollout of new products.

UK Government Shuffle Spells Uncertainty for Industry

How will Brexit and the restructuring of British leadership affect the defense industry in the UK?

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Boeing, Raytheon Assured Half of Surging US Support for Israel Missile Defense

As US missile defense funding to Israel surges, so, too, does the economic benefit to American teams…

Pentagon Eyes US Iron Dome To Defend Forward-Based Forces

Americanized versions of the Iron Dome’s Tamir interceptors are being offered under the Raytheon-tra…

Tata Technologies Plans Major Acquisitions Push

Tata Technologies plans to buy a number of secondary and tertiary defense firms in the next four yea…

Embraer Hopes Systems, KC-390 Spurs Defense Growth

Brazilian firm Embraer predicts a growth in its defense sector with a rollout of new products.

UK Government Shuffle Spells Uncertainty for Industry

How will Brexit and the restructuring of British leadership affect the defense industry in the UK?

After Brexit, Keep Calm and Carry On

To be expected, amid flybys and chalet meetings, Brexit hung over Farnborough like a tethered aerost…

Piaggio Aero UAV Deliveries Set Back by Prototype Crash

Deliveries of the Piaggio Aero P1HH UAV to the Italian Air Force will be delayed by two months follo…

Leonardo-Finmeccanica Sees US Coast Guard’s C-27J as Calling Card in Canada

The Coast Guard deployment of C-27Js may be a calling card for Leonardo-Finmeccanica in Canada, but…

Airbus Signs With Roketsan To Add Missiles, Bombs to C-295

Airbus and Turkey’s Roketsan signed an MOU to team on the design, integration and testing of Roketsa…

Marine Corps Aviation Chief Ranks SDB II as F-35 Upgrade Priority

Raytheon's Small Diameter Bomb II could be one of the first F-35 Block 4 upgrades integrated on the…

Embraer, Boeing Hope KC-390 Will Have Long Payout

Embraer and Boeing plan to work together on the KC-390 for a long time.

Raytheon Exec Sees Hope Yet for SDB II in UK Inventory

The president of Raytheon Missiles Systems believes there could still be a role for the company’s Sm…

Defense Firm Banks on 'Chemputer' to Spit Out Aircraft Parts

Someday, small unmanned aircraft could be grown at the molecular level using chemical reactions.

Textron Scorpion Could Target Services Customers

The Textron AirLand Scorpion is as close as it has ever been to finding a first customer.

Typhoon Fighter Savings Could Pay To Upgrade the Jet

The support deal, announced at the Farnborough air show, is set to run for 10 years and is valued at…

Italian Firm Sees Quality of Products Overcoming India Blacklist Threat

As part of his bid to ward off a blacklisting, the CEO of Leonardo-Finmeccanica says he's working to…

Farnborough Air Show

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Tata Technologies Plans Major Acquisitions Push

Tata Technologies plans to buy a number of secondary and tertiary defense firms in the next four yea…

Embraer Hopes Systems, KC-390 Spurs Defense Growth

Brazilian firm Embraer predicts a growth in its defense sector with a rollout of new products.

UK Government Shuffle Spells Uncertainty for Industry

How will Brexit and the restructuring of British leadership affect the defense industry in the UK?

After Brexit, Keep Calm and Carry On

To be expected, amid flybys and chalet meetings, Brexit hung over Farnborough like a tethered aerost…

Paris Air Show

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Sikorsky Bids, M&A Talks Shake Up Air Show

PARIS — Even with jets roaring overhead, the loudest blast in the defense sector during the Paris Ai…

Textron's Scorpion jet draws attention at Paris Air Show

For a plane without any known buyers, Textron AirLand's light strike/ISR jet Scorpion generated quit…

France To Conduct Parachute Tests With A400M

A six week parachute drop test using an A400M aircraft will go ahead by end June, a French defense o…

Selex: Sensor Nearly Doubles IR Camera Range

Selex ES says it is about to nearly double the range of infrared cameras thanks to a new technique t…