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PODCAST: Space Force – Ready to Launch?

It’s episode 3 of Defense Daily’s new podcast series, THE BUSINESS END. This time, we dive into Space Force, asking questions like: What procurement efforts will fall under the new Space Development Agency? Will...

Testing of 9M337 Sosna-R completed

An executive from Russia’s Rostec says testing of the 9M337 Sosna-R short range air defense missile system has been completed. By Nickel nitride – Own work, CC0, Link According to Vysokotochnye Kompleksy, delivery of...

UK F-35s make combat debut against Islamic State

UK Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning combat aircraft operating out of Cyprus have flown the type’s first combat missions in national service, conducting operational sorties against the Islamic State in the Middle East. The milestone...

Sikorsky: S-97 Raider Is Safe At Any Speed

The S-97 can reach such speeds because of the same unusual design that made it vulnerable to the 2017 accident — so if Sikorsky couldn’t fix the problem, their whole strategy would have been...

Two Eurofighter Typhoons collided over a lake in Germany

Two German air force Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets collided on Monday north of lake Fleezen. Bundeswehr spokesperson confirmed that two fighters collided midair and crashed in a mid-air collision over Waren, Müritz region, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern....

Nigerian Air Force reactivates three L-39s

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) announced on 21 June that it had received three L-39ZA jet trainers that were reactivated in Nigeria by Aero Vodochody, the Czech company that manufactured them, with the assistance...

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