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In partnership with InfiniDome, Honeywell is further developing more comprehensive layers of GPS anti-jamming protection.
Sikorsky’s mighty CH-53K King Stallion is gearing up for operational service as the replacement for the U.S. Marine Corps’ long-serving Super Stallions.
Kuwait is the first operator in the region of the Airbus H225M Caracal, the most recent development of the evergreen Puma/Super Puma/Cougar family.
Also known as the Swing-Role Surveillance System, the Saab GlobalEye serves as an operational asset of the UAE Air Force.
The GA-ASI STARE uses artificial intelligence to warn users about anomalous behaviors by potential bad actors.
Having officially launched series production of the T-7A in February, Boeing is nearing completion of the first flying aircraft.
The PC-7 MKX is offered as a low-cost trainer that is optimized for training students destined for today’s modern cockpits.
Elbit's Emirati subidiary will promote the company's products and services in the region and work with local partners.
Boeing’s MQ-25 unmanned carrierborne tanker has conducted refueling trials with all of its intended receivers as part of early testing.
The E-11A BACN—inevitably known as the “bacon”—is a rarely seen U.S. Air Force asset, and recently the service has signed for six more.