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Playlist - Acquisition & Procurement
The US Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program has been narrowed down to two contenders; Sikorsky’s Raider X and Bell’s 360 Invictus.
Saab, Boeing and Lockheed are all fighting to offer the best deal to the Canadian government for the next Royal Canadian Air Force fighter.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has announced that it received a $110 million production order from the U.S. Air Force late last year for FMU-167/B, also known as the Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze.
Sikorsky have announced that they have received a second order from the United States Air Force (USAF) for their new HH-60W rescue helicopter.
Bells’ new proposed attack helicopter looks awfully familiar. Can it succeed where its predecessor failed?
The Japanese Ground Self Defence Force (JGSDF) has announced its selection of a new service rifle and pistol.
The US proposed sale of the latest F-16s has infuriated Beijing but offers a boon to the Taiwanese Air Force, which is facing a crisis with ageing aircraft.
Following on from the announcement last week that Lockheed was willing to transfer exclusive production of their F-21 variant of the F-16 fighter aircraft to India in order to help their bid to win the Indian Air Force’s competition seeking a new multirole aircraft, now Saab has made a similar offer to the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) with its Gripen.
The Philippine military’s ambitious modernisation goals took a step forward this week as the name ship of the new Jose Rizal class of frigate launched on May 23, 2019 at the Hyundai Heavy Industry shipyard in Ulsan, South Korea.