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U-2 Dragon Lady

Collins Aerospace secures $493M for Dragon Lady upkeep

The US Air Force recently awarded Collins Aerospace an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract worth up to $493 million for work the...

German Army NH90 helos getting electronic warfare, SatCom upgrades

The upgrades will give the Army's NH90 TTH (tactical transport helicopter) capabilities adapted to current operational requirements.

Australia boosting joint fires capability with JTAC targeting system upgrade

DTCS is a critical component of the ADF joint fires capability to communicate to mortars, artillery, strike aircraft, helicopters and ships.
Draken Falcon 20

Collins Aerospace, Draken team up for new air combat training system...

Draken’s Falcon 20 fleet will get the joint secure air combat training system (JSAS) in support of operational readiness training for the UK armed forces.

US Navy’s new TCTS II air combat training system gets production...

The TCTS II training pod will be used by both navy and air force as a common, encrypted and multiple-level security range training system.
B-52

US B-52s getting new wheels, carbon brakes

New wheels and carbon brakes are necessary for the US Air Force's now 66-year-old B-52s to remain in service into the 2050s.
E-4B doomsday plane

First US doomsday plane completes communications upgrade

The three remaining aircraft in the E-4B fleet will receive the modifications over the next few years during their standard programmed depot maintenance cycles.

Elite US Army unit tests new handheld leader radios

Airborne Soldiers with 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), 82nd Airborne Division, have completed almost two weeks of testing the army’s...

Collins Aerospace completes upgrade of US Navy E-6B fleet

Collins Aerospace Systems announced it has successfully completed the modernization of the E-6B Block I aircraft fleet, part of the Navy’s Airborne...

US approves possible sale of HIMARS systems, SLAM-ER missiles to Taiwan

The US State Department announced on October 21 it approved an estimated $1.8 billion of possible arms sales to Taiwan.
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