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An initial order for two Pegasus tankers begins the replacement process for Israel’s elderly Boeing 707-based refuelers.
Indonesia’s air force hopes to acquire a new fleet of multi-role fighters, along with tankers, transports, UAVs, air defense radars and AEW aircraft.
The Bell 206 derivative served as the U.S. Army's primary training helicopter since 1993.
The Beechcraft AT-6E is being procured to advance the U.S. Air Force’s efforts to improve the counter-terrorism capability of partner air forces.
Initial operational capability has been reached by the Northrop Grumman RQ-4D fifteen months after the first was delivered.
Japan’s first new-generation 767-based tanker is in the air and due for delivery to the JASDF later this year.
Korea intends to replace its current TPS-77 equipment with longer-ranged radars being developed by LIG Nex1.
The Spice 250 ER is a turbojet-powered derivative of Rafael’s combat-proven precision glide weapon.
Boeing is to build up to 144 F-15EX Eagle fighters for the U.S. Air Force, destined for service with Air National Guard units.
The first batch of F-16s from the Israeli Air Force arrived at Top Aces' Arizona location this week.