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GPI hypersonic interceptor design

MDA goes with Northrop, Raytheon for hypersonic missile interceptor program

The Missile Defense Agency's Glide Phase Interceptor will launch from AEGIS destroyers and intercept hypersonic missiles in the glide phase of flight.
Australian Growler

Australia gets US nod for $94M buy of AARGM missiles

The US State Department has approved Australia's potential purchase of AGM-88E2 AARGM E2 missiles for an estimated cost of $94 million.
F-16 AESA upgrade

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.

US Air Force awards 3 contracts for development of SiAW missile...

The US Air Force has contracted three industry majors to begin work on the development of the Stand-in Attack Weapon (SiAW) missile...
B-21 Raider

Northrop gets advance procurement contract for B-21 Raider bomber

The US Air Force has awarded Northrop Grumman a $108 million contract for advance procurement in support of the B-21 Raider bomber...
AWACS successor AFSC

NATO awards risk reduction contracts for AWACS successor program

The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) has awarded contracts to three vendors to carry out risk reduction and feasibility studies (RRFS)...

US Army’s IBCS passes first tests as part of operational evaluation

The US Army's Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS) demonstrated scalability and resiliency to enable all-domain command and control capabilities in two recent...

MDA retires its first ballistic missile tracker satellites after 12 years

The STSS satellites were the US Missile Defense Agency's first attempt at exploring new ways to track threat missiles.

US Air Force F-16s getting IVEWS electronic warfare suites as part...

The US Air Force took another step in the effort to modernize the electronic warfare (EW) capabilities of the F-16 fleet advancing...
Global Hawk RPAS

Japan receives first Global Hawk RPAS from the US

By receiving its first system, Japan is joining the United States, Australia, NATO and South Korea as a Global Hawk operator.

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