Is it too late for the NEURON?

On December 1, 2012, the first European-made combat drone, the NEURON, took to the air for the first time from Istres air base 125, in the Bouches-du-Rhône, to ...

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The Tempest program is more British than ever, but is it a weakness?

On July 20, the date that was initially to mark the opening of the Farnborough Airshow, 7 companies from the British aeronautical and defense industrial and technological base announced that they were joining the…

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The Royal Air Force develops a prototype of 'Remote Carrier' ... for 2022

The SCAF program made a strong impression this year at the Paris Air Show, presenting the model of the future combat aircraft belonging to the system, and introducing to the public the ...

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IA demystified (1 / 2): AI and Defense

#IA here, AI by there, IA do you want to be here ... For some months, the term "AI" (Artificial Intelligence) has invaded the world of Aeronautics & Defense. But what about exactly ...

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Boeing, Canberra launches Loyal Wingman program for aerial combat drone

At the Avalon Air Show in Australia, Boeing introduced its new Air Combat Training UAV, called the Airpower Teaming System. Presented as the most ambitious combat drone program ...

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UK to finance FCAS project alone

According to a statement from the British Ministry of Defense, BAe has been notified of a contract to continue the development of the Future Combat Air System, or FCAS. There is no mention in this communiqué of any collaboration with the French industries, while the project was initially to be the hub of Franco-British cooperation.

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The fate of the Franco-British combat drone seems compromised

In her interview with the weekly "Le Point", the Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, announced that the British had changed their position concerning the stealth drone project that was to ...

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Resumption of the Franco-British combat drone program FCAS

The United Kingdom's Under-Secretary of State for Defense, Guto Bebb, has announced the resumption of work aimed at designing and manufacturing a stealth combat drone by 2030. The project…

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