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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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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British Defense will see its budget grow by £ 24bn over the next 4 years

Great Britain is a country of contrasts, and its political class, like the climate, can sometimes hold great surprises. So after 3 months of rumors and ...

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Team Tempest unveils certain technological advances of the future British fighter

Like the HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carriers of the Royal Navy, the Tempest next-generation fighter aircraft program is on the way ...

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Will London be able to keep a pilot aboard its Tempest stealth fighter?

In his latest research paper from July 2020, the air power researcher of the prestigious Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Justin Bronk, made several recommendations that ...

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To finance the Tempest program, London could divide its fleet of F2B by 35

In 2010, the Royal Air Force justified, in part, the withdrawal of its 72 Harriers from service by the fact that the implementation of such a small fleet of aircraft ...

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