Rheinmetall supplying the Bundeswehr with training rigs and state-of-the-art augmented reality systems for A400M maintenance training.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has received a contract from the U.S. Air Force to continue preparing the AN/ALQ-257 Integrated Viper Electronic Warfare Suite (IVEWS) for developmental test and full hardware qualification.
The first two drones of the reconnaissance drone system (ADS 15) have arrived in Switzerland. In the coming months, they will undergo flight testing before being handed over to the Air Force in 2022.
The Air Force Research Laboratory and Eglin’s Integrated Test Team demonstrated a new low-cost, air-delivered capability for defeating maritime threats April 28, 2022, that successfully destroyed a full-scale surface vessel in the Gulf of Mexico.
KC-46A conducts first operational international aircraft refueling during Employment Concept Exercise
In a major milestone for the KC-46A program, a Pegasus refueled Spanish EF-18 Hornets, known in Spain as C-15s, on April 18, during its first Employment Concept Exercise, ECE 22-03, at Moron Air Base, Spain.
Boeing has unveiled the first T-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer jet to be delivered to the U.S. Air Force. The jet, one of 351 the U.S. Air Force plans to order, was unveiled prior to official delivery.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. has integrated the Leonardo Seaspray 7500E V2 multi-mode radar onto an MQ-9A Block 5 Remotely Piloted Aircraft and performed its first test flight on Apr. 14, 2021.
Bell Textron Inc., a Textron Inc. company, announced it has signed a teaming agreement with Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), the global aerospace and national security company.
The Mobility and Training Aircraft Directorate’s C-130 Program Office, along with the Air Mobility Command, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve and prime contractor L3Harris (L3H) Integrated Mission Systems, celebrated a major milestone with a ribbon cutting ceremony earlier this month to mark the completion of the first Trial Kit Installation (TKI) onto a C-130H.
Based on market research, the Department of the Air Force has decided to replace a portion of the E-3 Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System fleet with the E-7 Wedgetail, which is produced by The Boeing Company.