Britain launches development of its own "Loyal Wingman"

The principle of the allied drone, an autonomous device but controlled by a piloted combat aircraft with which it would act in concert, seems to have imposed itself in the large majority ...

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The Tempest program takes on a European dimension

Until recently, the FCAS (Futur Combat Air System) program, which is to give rise to the new-generation Tempest combat aircraft, was essentially a British initiative. Of course, Italy ...

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The Franco-German CIFS Artillery Program could be postponed

When he came to power, Emmanuel Macron launched 4 major cooperation programs between France and Germany in terms of defense equipment, with the objective of giving birth to ...

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Is France sacrificing part of its Defense Industry on the altar of cooperation with Germany?

It's official, the KNDS company, which brings together the French Nexter and the German Krauss-Maffei Wegman, and which was until now managed by a two-headed structure made up of Nexter CEO Stephan Mayer ...

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Are the technological ambitions of the European SCAF program excessive?

The Future Air Combat System, or SCAF, program is today the most ambitious defense technology cooperation program in Europe. Bringing together 3 countries, Germany, Spain and ...

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Can France export its future NG Nuclear Aircraft Carrier?

French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed, this Tuesday, December 8, the official launch of the New Generation Nuclear Aircraft Carrier program intended to replace the Charles de ...

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Spanish Indra will lead the “Sensors” section of the FCAS program, but is that good news?

This November 23, the Directorate General of French Armament, known by the acronym DGA, signed by delegation of the German, French and Spanish States, the contract granting to the electronics company ...

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Will Japan, South Korea and Turkey capture the 5G medium fighter market?

Since the end of the Second World War, 3 countries have traditionally shared the market for light fighters in the West: Great Britain (Vampire, Gnat, Harrier), France (Mystery ...

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