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US Air Force launches radar upgrade initiative for B-52 Stratofortress
New AESA radars on the old B-52 bombers are set to enhance their navigation and targeting capabilities, propelling them towards a record-breaking 100 years of service.
South Korea upgrading FA-50 light fighters with Raytheon’s PhantomStrike radars
Raytheon will supply Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) FA-50 Light Combat Aircraft with the new PhantomStrike radar. In collaboration with...
US Air Force now has its first squadron flying F-16s with...
The 480th Fighter Squadron has become the first active-duty USAF F-16CM squadron to upgrade their entire fighter jet fleet with AESA radars.
Britain earmarks £2.3B for radar, EW upgrades for Typhoon fighters
The UK defense ministry has revealed plans to invest £2.35 billion into radar and anti-jamming technology upgrades for the Royal Air Force's...
US Air National Guard F-16s complete SABR AESA radar upgrade
ANG's F-16 fighters are the first in the US fleet to fly the fifth-generation radar.
Rheinmetall introduces new Oerlikon AESA multi-mission radar
German defense technology company Rheinmetall has unveiled the Oerlikon AMMR, its latest radar system based on active electronically scanned array (AESA) technology....
Leonardo gets €260M for German, Spanish Eurofighter AESA radar upgrade work
Italian defense technology company Leonardo has received contracts worth 269 million euros for work on the delivery of new e-scan radars for...
Canada upgrading Hornets with AESA radars
The Royal Canadian Air Force is investing into radar upgrades for its C/F-18A Hornet fighter aircraft under a contract with Raytheon.
DARPA receives multifunction ACT-IV phased array sensor system
The novel multifunction AESA system will now transition to AFRL to enable continued exploration of digital, multifunctional RF technologies.
Raytheon delivers first APG-79(V)4 AESA radar for legacy USMC Hornets
The US Marine Corps' is buying new AESA radars for its F/A-18 Hornet to allow the aircraft to remain in service until 2030.
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