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How do you keep a state of the art F-35 stealth fighter safe in a crowd? By following procedures and responding to your instincts. Read the full story by Adam J. Hebert who is reporting from the Paris Air Show.
The Defense Department will likely wrap up its analysis
of alternatives on a new Penetrating Electronic Attack aircraft within a
month, Pentagon electronic warfare guru Bill Conley told attendees at
an AFA Mitchell Institute program June 22.
Designs for the seventh generation Perdix unmanned aircraft vehicle should be completed by this summer, William Roper, the director of the Defense Department’s Strategic Capabilities Office, said in an exclusive interview with Air Force Magazine.
USAF’s light attack experiment comes with no promises. But for Textron, placing two aircraft in OA-X is a great opportunity for the aircraft to strut their stuff as the world watches.
The Marine Corps on Thursday temporarily suspended F-35
flight operations at its Arizona base due to concerns with the jet's
logistics systems as USAF investigators continue efforts to find the
root cause of hypoxia-like incidents in its variant.
Twenty-two House Democrats, led by Armed Services Committee ranking member Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.), introduced new legislation Thursday aimed at responding to a range of Russian aggressions against the US and its allies.
When foreign nations seeking new military equipment “Buy American,” they’re not just buying hardware. They also buy into a long-term relationship with the United States.
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