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Boeing rolls out first Australian Growler

Boeing has unveiled the first of 12 Australian EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft at a ceremony in St Louis, Missouri, and company officials say the second example is already flight testing. …read more Read...

Boeing Unveils 1st RAAF Growler

Boeing [NYSE: BA] and the U.S. Navy today extended advanced airborne electronic attack (AEA) capability to a key U.S. ally, presenting the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) with its first EA-18G Growler. Australia is...

USAF unveils roadmap for microwave weapons use

The US Air Force Research Laboratory has unveiled a technology roadmap for its cruise missile-based “CHAMP” high-power microwave weapon that successfully fried banks of computers at a test range in October 2012. …read more...

F-35B Needs Workaround to Fuse Sensor Data, General Says

The U.S. Marine Corps’ next-generation fighter jet will initially rely on a workaround to merge targeting data from multiple aircraft, a general said. Lt. Gen. Jon Davis, the service’s deputy commandant for aviation, on...

Israel to form first squadron in preparation for F-35I

Israel’s first Lockheed Martin F-35I (Adir) squadron will be officially established in early August, as its air force advances preparations ahead of taking delivery of the type in early 2017. …read more Read more...

​Australia receives seventh C-17

Australia has taken delivery of its seventh Boeing C-17A strategic transport. …read more Read more here:: Flight Global Military News (Air)

Su-22M3K of Vietnam was Upgraded in Ukraine

Su-22UM3K Vietnam’s fighter supposedly been sent to Ukraine to carry out repairs and upgrading. Information on new military air Informant Military-page guide to sources Spotters.net.ua (Ukraine) said. Fighter Su-22M3K 8556 numbers are thought of...

Slovakian Mi-17 helicopter crash kills one

Bratislava July 29 – A Slovakian Mi-17 helicopter crashed yesterday afternoon at the village Hradisko in the district of Prešov, the First Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces Peter Gajdos confirmed...

Developments enhance future vertical lift aircraft

Efforts are being made to establish methods to reduce the time to develop and field new software capabilities and their life cycle costs for future vertical lift aircraft. Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and...

Slovakian Mi-17 crash kills one

A crew member on board a Slovakian Mi-17 helicopter was killed when the aircraft crashed in the eastern part of the country on Jul. 28. Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Slovak Armed...

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