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Synthetic Battlefield

Rapid advances in training, including gaming, are cutting costs while honing a wide range of soldiering skills. Synthetic training seeks to bring together live, virtual,...

ITPS wins one of its largest flight testing contracts

Turkish Aerospace Industries selects ITPS to train test pilots and flight test engineers for its TF-X, Hurjet and Heavy Attack helicopter projects. The International Test Pilots...

Elbit Systems and KAI team up for UAS-based ISTAR development

Israel’s Elbit Systems and South Korea’s Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 15 March to expand cooperation in...
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First KF-X prototype nearly completed ahead of April rollout

Assembly of the first prototype of South Korea's first indigenous Korean Fighter eXperimental (KF-X) combat aircraft is nearly completed and scheduled for rollout in...
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South Korea’s KF-X programme to benefit from local industry boost

The South Korean government will increase funding support to homegrown defence companies that produce indigenous components for major platforms and weapon systems, with the...
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Singapore Airshow Promises to be Bigger and Better

The seventh edition of the Singapore Airshow is set to soar to new heights once again at the Changi Exhibition Centre (CEC) from 11...
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No peace dividend yet

Although growing interaction with North Korea seems to offer long awaited detante, it is still too early for the South Korean government to slow...

Thailand set for Tri-Service Modernisation

In February the Government of Thailand released its ten-year ‘Modernisation Plan: Vision 2026’ built around the need to upgrade Thailand’s armed forces, enhance their effectiveness with...
MPA variants of the Q400 turboprop

The Huntsman Still Rules the Waves

Once again tension over disputed island and territories in the South China Sea is the focus for Asia-Pacific nations to re-evaluate their maritime surveillance...

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