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C-130J Super Hercules

Further expands global C-130 customer base with Indian Air Force

Marshall Aerospace has underlined its credentials as the world’s leading Lockheed Martin approved C-130 Heavy Maintenance Centre for C-130J aircraft by securing a contract...
Royal Saudi Air Force Eurofighter Typhoons are operated by Wing 2 at King Fahad Air Base at Taif. (BAE Systems)

Chasing the Middle East Top Guns

In the last decade, the Middle East has become the happy hunting ground for Fourth Plus-generation fighter aircraft manufacturers. It began in 2007 when Saudi...
sea trials Al Jubail

Gulf Naval Recapitalisation

Gulf states have been investing defence budgets in to recapitalise naval power as well as indigenous shipyards. Disputes in the Gulf and wider Middle East...
Leonardo-Type-163

Leonardo’s Laser Target Designator Type 163 for the Australian Defence Force

Leonardo Australia will provide the system to the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) LAND 17 Phase 2 Digital Terminal Control System – Capability Assurance Program. More...

Philippine Air Force Orders 32 More Black Hawks

On 22 February the Philippines Department of National Defense (DND) signed a $624 million contract to purchase Black Hawk helicopters for the Armed Forces...
Taiwan-IDS

Taiwan reports progress on indigenous submarine construction

The executive branch of the Taiwanese government, the Executive Yuan, has revealed in a policy report released late January that the integration of pressure...
Dassault-Rafale

Indonesia inches closer to potential Rafale acquisition, reiterates interest in F-15EX

The Indonesian Ministry of Defense (MoD) has advanced plans to acquire up to 36 French-made Dassault Aviation Rafale multirole combat aircrafts, defence minister Prabowo...
HMAS Adelaide Defence Media

Military Support for Tsunami-Hit Tonga

The massive eruption of an underwater volcano near Tonga in the Pacific on Saturday 15 January caused a tsunami that has devastated its smaller...
RoKAF F-35

Military aircraft accidents blight start to the year

Combat aircraft operations in the Asia Pacific is off to a rocky start in 2022 with a spate of high profile aircraft accidents for...
South Korean president Moon Jae-in

Asian Air Force Modernisation

Regional tensions have forced the pace for regional air forces to buy new capability or update legacy platforms. The increasing prospects of a peer-on-peer...

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