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Rheinmetall, Textron pitch Lynx IFV for US Army’s optionally manned fighting...

American Rheinmetall Vehicles, a subsidiary of Germany-based Rheinmetall Defence, and Textron Systems are joining forces to offer the Lynx infantry fighting vehicle...

Textron, Shield AI to collaborate on artificial intelligence for unmanned systems

Textron Systems Corporation announced it will be working with California-based artificial intelligence (AI) software company Shield AI on developing AI technology for...
RAF Texan

First pilots graduate in Royal Air Force’s new Texan T1s

Student pilots at the Royal Air Force station Valley made history recently by becoming the first ones to graduate from basic flying...
Beechcraft T-6 Texan II

Thai Air Force orders Beechcraft T-6C Texan II trainers

The Royal Thai Air Force has signed a $162 million contract with Textron Aviation Defense for the delivery of 12 Beechcraft T-6C...

US Navy takes delivery of second LCAC ship to shore connector

The US Navy has received its second ship to shore connector (SSC) from Textron Systems' Slidell, Louisiana, facility. Landing...

Rwanda Defense Force to get two Cessna multi-mission aircraft

The aircraft are anticipated to enter service during the first half of 2021, and will primarily be based in Kigali, Rwanda.
Israel Air Force T-6 trainer

Israel Air Force contracts Elbit for T-6 trainer fleet maintenance

The Israeli defense ministry has awarded Elbit Systems a contract valued at approximately $38 million for the operation, maintenance and logistic services...

US Navy’s second ship to shore connector completes acceptance trials

The second of overall 22 next generation landing craft currently on order has completed US Navy acceptance trials following a series of...

US Navy awards $386m ship to shore connector craft contract to...

Textron will build a total of 15 additional craft under the $386 million contract.

Australia shortlists bidders for Shadow UAS replacement project

The Australian government has announced the four companies shortlisted for the replacement of the army’s Shadow 200 tactical unmanned aerial system (UAS).
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