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Category: Defence

Lockheed Martin delivers first F-16 from Sustainment Depot program to the USAF

In 2020, Lockheed Martin was selected by the US Air Force to oversee the US$900 million indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for the F-16 Sustainment Depot program, receiving the first aircraft received for maintenance at the company's South Carolina facility early 2021.

British Army onboards new Apache fleet

The British Army’s Wattisham Flying Station has received 14 new AH-64E Apaches over the last few months, with a further 36 due to arrive by mid-2024.

Airbus UH-72 Lakota hits operational milestone

The fleet has achieved a major operational milestone 15 years after entering service with the US Army. The Airbus Helicopters’ UH-72 Lakota fleet has exceeded 1 million flight-hours with the US Army since entering service in 2006. The flight hours have been shared cross 463 platforms, delivered over the past 14 years. “Many of the

Momentum’s new cyber security podcast hits the mark

Momentum Media has launched the Cyber Security Uncut podcast, another step in its commitment to providing market updates, intelligence and insights for the cyber security sector.

Japan may use drones as warnings against missiles

US-based news source The Drive said the Japanese Ministry of Defence has considered employing drones as part of the country’s early warning infrastructure to mitigate the threat of hypersonic missiles being deployed from Russia or China

Super Hornet fires new radar-targeting missile

The test was conducted at the Point Mugu Sea Range off the coast of southern California and demonstrated the new missile’s long-range capability.

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