• IAI buys 3-D simulation technology

    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has reached a deal to purchase TView, a 3-D simulations technology, IAI announced on 4 May. The 3-D simulations capabilities, which IAI bought from another Israeli company Tiltan Systems, will help IAI develop its unmanned systems simulations, the company said.

  • Mexican Air Force EC725 forced down by cartel attack

    A Mexican Air Force (FAM) Airbus Helicopter EC725 medium transport helicopter was forced to conduct an emergency landing after it was attacked over Casimiro Castro-Villa Purificacion, Jalisco, on 1 May. Three soldiers on board were killed and 12 others on board were wounded. The EC725 was on a

  • Poland looks to order 200 new helicopters

    Poland needs to eventually buy 200 new helicopters to replace its currently used ageing Soviet-made Mil Mi-8/17, Mi-14, and Mi-24 and US Kaman SH-2G helicopters, according to the Polish minister of defence Tomasz Siemoniak and representatives of the Polish General Staff. On 21 April Poland decided

  • Portugal deploys F-16s to Romania

    Four Lockheed Martin F-16AM Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft of the Portuguese Air Force will arrive at the Romanian Air Force 71st Air on 4 May, the Portuguese Armed Forces General Staff Public Affairs assistant told IHS Jane's . The aircraft of Squadron 201 'Falcões' and Squadron 301

  • House panel votes for one-year reprieve for A-10

    Key Points The HASC has voted to keep the A-10 flying for another year in the FY 2016 Pentagon policy bill The full House will vote on the bill before the Senate prepares a separate version The House Armed Services Committee (HASC) has voted to keep the Fairchild-Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II

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  • Briefing: Turkish transformation

    The Turkish defence market and national military industries have been transformed over the past decade as a consequence of economic prosperity and shrewd, long-term strategic planning. Guy Anderson reports
  • Briefing: Lighter than air

    With the development of new technologies and materials aerostats are enjoying a resurgence, proving to be an inexpensive surveillance solution for military and homeland security applications. Martin Streetly reports
  • Industry briefing: Spanish succession

    Despite suffering from austere defence budgets in recent years, Spain still maintains a highly developed defence industry that continues to produce a wide range of major platforms. Andrew MacDonald reviews the country's current defence-industrial status
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  • Denmark selects Piranha V, halts artillery buy

    Key Points The GDELS - MOWAG Piranha 5 has been selected for Denmark's M113 replacement competition Denmark has also opted to halt its planned purchase of a new 155 mm self-propelled artillery system Denmark has selected the General Dynamics European Land Systems - MOWAG Piranha 5 8x8 to be its

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    Type MALE surveillance UAV. Decelopment Cyber Technology characterises its CyberEye II MALE surveillance UAV as being designed for the detection, localisation and tracking of targets and as being suitable for a range of applications including emergency services/safety support, infrastructure

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