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Category: Defence

Northrop confirms long-range missile launch from B-2

Upgrade work undertaken by the prime on the batwing stealth bomber will enable it to fire 'JASSM-ER' missiles so it can “hit any target, anywhere".

Frequentis lands Royal Netherlands Air Force deal

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) has awarded a contract to Frequentis to replace its three end-of-life voice communication systems (VCS).

US B-2s leave northern Australia

It comes as the US marked the occasion by releasing incredible new images showing aircraft from the two countries flying together in formation.

Northrop tests new radar against cruise missiles

The defence giant said the G/ATOR device successfully tracked multiple missile threats simultaneously, tracking each target after launch.

US Super Hornets test long-range, anti-radiation missiles

The exercise, which took place at the Point Mugu Sea Range off the coast of California, involved launching Lockheed Martin's new AGM-88G Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile Extended Range (AARGM-ER) missiles. 

IAI to deliver surveillance aircraft to NATO country

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has agreed a US $200 million deal with an undisclosed NATO member in Europe for the delivery of one of its Special Mission surveillance aircraft. The plane is scheduled to be built by IAI Group and its subsidiary ELTA Systems, which specialises in radar and intelligence solutions. It’s currently in use

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