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US Navy picks Textron to develop T-54A METS trainer aircraft

The US Navy has awarded Textron Aviation a firm-fixed-price contract to develop the new T-54A multi-engine training system (METS) aircraft.

Textron delivers modified Cottonmouth prototype for US Marine Corps ARV bid

Textron Systems Corporation has delivered a prototype of its Cottonmouth vehicle, which has been purpose-built for the US Marine Corps' Advanced Reconnaissance...

Textron delivers first T-6C trainer to Tunisian Air Force

Textron Aviation Defense has delivered the first Beechcraft T-6C Texan II trainer aircraft to the Tunisian Air Force in support of operations...

US Army awards Textron $354M for new XM204 terrain shaping anti-tank...

The size of a large suitcase, the XM204 launcher module bears four top attack munitions that launches submunition into the air.

Textron gets $90M to build 8 T-6C trainers for Tunisia

The US Air Force Life Cycle Management Center has awarded Textron Aviation a $90.7 million contract modification for the delivery of eight...

Textron buying electric aircraft pioneer Pipistrel after its first defense sales

US defense major Textron is buying Slovenia and Italy-based electrically powered aircraft manufacturer Pipistrel. Through the acquisition, Pipistrel will...

Tunisian Air Force getting four Cessna Grand Caravan EX ISR aircraft

The Tunisian Air Force will be boosting its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capability with four Cessna Grand Caravan EX aircraft.

Textron unveils surface effect ship design for naval warfare at 50...

US defense technology company Textron Systems has unveiled a new watercraft design based on surface effect ship (SES) technology it believes will...

US Navy’s unmanned minesweeping system undergoes explosive trials

The US Navy says it has completed underwater explosion (UNDEX) shock testing on the Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS), a component of...
AT-6 Wolverine

Royal Thai Air Force orders 8 AT-6 Wolverine light attack turboprops

Thailand is becoming the international launch customer for the US Air Force's AT-6 light attack aircraft.

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