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Northrop Grumman opens new innovation lab

Northrop Grumman announced on 24 October that it had opened a new innovation laboratory at the company’s Space Park in Redondo Beach, California. The new Fabrication Laboratory innovation area, known as the “FabLab”, covers...

NATO completes largest naval exercise in five years

NATO completed its largest naval exercise in five years on 26 October, with the Ukraine crisis, the end of combat operations in Afghanistan, and the outcomes of the Wales summit all driving changes in...

Dstl plans unmanned ISR payload demonstration from Stiletto

The UK’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) is preparing to conduct a second set of maritime unmanned air system (UAS) evaluations from the US Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) high-speed vessel testbed Stilleto ....

Israel Positions Itself To Boost Satellite Business

After silently settling what many here have characterized as the most potentially damaging lawsuit in Israeli aerospace history, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has taken full control of ImageSat International (ISI), a company it created...

​Australia confirms HATS win for Boeing/Thales EC135 bid

Australian defence minister Senator David Johnston has formally declared the teaming of Boeing Defence Australia and Thales Australia as the winning tender for the Australian Defence Force’s Project Air 9000 Phase 7 Helicopter Aircrew...

India halts Su-30 flights after latest crash

The Indian air force has temporarily suspended flying on its entire fleet of an estimated 200 Sukhoi Su-30MKIs, following an uncommanded ejection involving the type on 21 October. …read more Source:: Flight Global Military...

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