navigation-background arrow-down-circle Reply Icon Show More Heart Delete Icon wiki-circle wiki-square wiki arrow-up-circle add-circle add-square add arrow-down arrow-left arrow-right arrow-up calendar-circle chat-bubble-2 chat-bubble check-circle check close contact-us credit-card drag menu email embed facebook-circle snapchat-circle facebook-square facebook faq-circle faq film gear google-circle google-square googleplus history home instagram-circle instagram-square instagram linkedin-circle linkedin-square linkedin load monitor Video Player Play Icon person pinterest-circle pinterest-square pinterest play readlist remove-circle remove-square remove search share share2 sign-out star trailer trash twitter-circle twitter-square twitter youtube-circle youtube-square youtube

F-35 logistics system all set for US Air Force and Navy, not yet for Marines

This version of the system was originally due to be fielded in August 2016.

Rolls-Royce, India could still cooperate on jet engine tech, despite bribery allegations

The British company would have to be prepared to assist India in its jet engine development program…

DIUx expects to transition programs in next two months

As of the end of March, DIUx has awarded 25 agreements for a total of $48.4 million.

Lockheed expanding counterfire radar to meet US Army's capability gaps

Lockheed Martin’s AN/TPQ-53 counterfire radar’s versatility is expanding to meet the U.S. Army’s mos…

South Korea develops artillery-locating radar

If the North fires cannons and rockets toward the South, the new radar will be able to detect the ar…

Sign up to get the top defense industry news from our Daily News Roundup:

Don't Miss

UK, Leonardo Sign Deal for Unmanned Helicopter Tech

Work on an unmanned rotor-wing technology demonstrator is set to get underway following the signing…

Airbus DS Prepares To Sign Contract for 2-Year Drone Study

Airbus Defence and Space expects to sign this month a contract for a two-year definition study for a…

F-35 Program Office at Odds With Air Force Over Ejection Seat

The F-35 program office will reluctantly study potential impacts to the program if the ejection seat…

Top Headlines

F-35 logistics system all set for US Air Force and Navy, not yet for Marines

This version of the system was originally due to be fielded in August 2016.

Rolls-Royce, India could still cooperate on jet engine tech, despite bribery allegations

The British company would have to be prepared to assist India in its jet engine development program…

DIUx expects to transition programs in next two months

As of the end of March, DIUx has awarded 25 agreements for a total of $48.4 million.

Lockheed expanding counterfire radar to meet US Army's capability gaps

Lockheed Martin’s AN/TPQ-53 counterfire radar’s versatility is expanding to meet the U.S. Army’s mos…

South Korea develops artillery-locating radar

If the North fires cannons and rockets toward the South, the new radar will be able to detect the ar…

Iran demonstrates domestically produced stealth fighter

Iran shows off its new stealth fighter, but previous observers of the jet believe it's nothing more…

Women in the military: US Navy redesigning its submarines

Every submarine in the U.S. fleet was designed with the height, reach and strength of men in mind, f…

United Technologies faces narrow chances of ousting incumbent F-35 ejection seat maker

A decision on F-35A weight restrictions could spell the end of United Technologies' hopes to replace…

Aselsan eyes 10,000 Mi-series helicopters for upgrades

Turkey’s largest defense company, Aselsan, says it will take an "active role" in the future moderniz…

Air Force satellites will use 3-D printed parts

The 3-D part was made using a process in which a laser melts and fuses aluminum metal powder layer-b…

North Korea may be capable of sarin-tipped missiles: Japan PM

North Korea may have the capacity to deliver missiles equipped with sarin nerve gas, Japanese Prime…

NATO receives offer of bullets that 'swim'

The company is offering NATO 12.7mm, 7.62mm and 5.56mm bullets along with smaller calibers.

Technology alone may not curb insider threats

While various technological solutions have been employed to monitor insider threats, the intelligenc…

US Navy considers a more powerful frigate

The U.S. Navy is taking a hard look at upgrading its future frigates to protect other ships from ant…

Taiwan struggles to acquire 5 types of submarine tech for local program

It's unclear what other critical submarine technology Taiwan requires, although it likely includes a…

US hammered Syria with Tomahawk missiles, a weapon the Pentagon doesn't want anymore

The 3,500-pound munition used against a Syrian airfield Thursday is one of the military's most used…