Modern attack helicopters, from the AH64 Apache to the Z19.

Although helicopters have been used in combat since the late 40s, especially during the Korean War when they first played ...

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Is South Korea's New KF-21 Boramae a Successful Joint Strike Fighter?

Only twelve years after carrying out the first risk analysis, and less than two years after starting its assembly, the first prototype of the KF-21 combat aircraft program ...

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The Sukhoi Hypothesis resurfaces in Turkey

After a tense end of the year, in particular due to the implementation of sanctions imposed by the American Congress, the Turkish authorities had chosen to take a…

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Ukraine nationalizes engine manufacturer Motor Sich, preventing Chinese takeover

It is undoubtedly a great service that Ukraine has just rendered, and its president Volodymyr Zelenskiy, to the United States and to the West, by deciding to nationalize the national aircraft engine manufacturer Motor Sich,…

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Turkish Altay main battle tank to receive engine and transmission from South Korea

Since the Turkish intervention in northern Syria in 2019, several European countries, including Germany, have embargoed Defense equipment and technologies that can be used by ...

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France in the trap of European defense cooperation

Is the Future Air Combat System, or SCAF, program doomed to fail? A few months ago, such an idea would have unleashed the fury of ...

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Su-35, S-400… Saudi Arabia puts pressure on Washington

On January 28, just a few days after taking the oath, US President Joe Biden announced that he was suspending US support for the military intervention in Yemen ...

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SCAF, MGCS: Why is Germany going too far?

Since the last virtual meeting between French President Emmanuel Macron and his German counterpart Angela Merkel last week on defense cooperation programs between…

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