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Korean Air, Boeing propose Chinook upgrade collaboration

Korean Air and Boeing have signed an agreement to collaborate on upgrading the Republic of Korea Armed Forces’ Boeing CH-47D Chinook heavy-lift helicopters. Under the memorandum of understanding (MOU), signed at the ADEX exhibition...

​Airspacex pitches military variant of MOBi air taxi

Airspacex is taking its MOBi, a modular electric vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft developed to relieve urban congestion, and tweaking the concept to meet a military missions such as medical evacuation and intelligence,...

Cobham to deliver antenna suite for KAI’s KF-X fighter

Korean Aerospace Industries (KAI) has contracted Cobham Antenna Systems to provide antenna suite for the future Korean Fighter Experimental (KF-X) multi-role fighter aircraft. …read more Read more here:: Air Force technologie (Air)

Global Defence Technology: Issue 80

In this issue: Trends in soldier armour, Palau’s place in US military strategy, trans-Atlantic cooperation on anti-submarine warfare, the Royal Navy’s Type 26 frigates, 3D printing for naval replacement parts, new treatments for PTSD...

Cobham Awarded Contract for KF-X Antenna Suite

Cobham Antenna Systems has been awarded a contract from Korean Aerospace Industries Ltd (KAI) to design and supply the fully conformal antenna suite for the future KF-X, next-generation indigenous multi-role and fighter aircraft. Cobham...

KAI hopes to sell 4 more T-50THs to Thailand

At the Seoul International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition (ADEX), an executive from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) told Jane’s the company is keen to start talks with Thailand for a third batch of T-50TH trainers....

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