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Although superficially similar to the B-2, the B-21 bomber benefits from four decades of advances in systems, manufacturing, and low-observable technology.
British government to provide trio of retired Westland WS-61 Sea King helicopters to Ukraine.
Production of the F-16 has moved to Lockheed Martin's new South Carolina location to free up capacity for F-35 assembly line at Fort Worth in Texas.
Jet Aviation began supporting the Royal Australian Air Force's Beechcraft King Air 350s in 2002.
Australian coroner's court is investigating a 2020 Orroral Valley bushfire, which was started by army helicopter’s search light.
Beechcraft has handed over the first examples of its T-6C turboprop trainer to its most recent military customers—Tunisia and Thailand.
The delivery of the last Bell AH-1Z helicopter to the U.S. Marine Corps marks the end of an era for U.S. forces.
Sierra Nevada Corp. will use the Global 6500 business jet as a platform for its new RAPCON-X rapidly configurable ISR program.
An autonomous, uncrewed Sikorsky Black Hawk recently flew a variety of simulated military missions.
The replacement and expansion of the Super Hercules fleet with a greater number of the same type represents a cost-effective, low-risk approach.