How is the Pentagon preparing for the high intensity conflicts to come?

Since the end of the Cold War, and the collapse of the Soviet bloc, many world armies, including the American armies, have moved away from the concepts of symmetrical employment to increase their efficiency ...

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Airbus DS tests communication technology with the future Remote Carriers of the SCAF program

It was during the German exercise Timber Express that Airbus Defense & Space experimented with virtual communication between a Luftwaffe Typhoon and a Remote Carrier, the drone of…

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Are F35, Su57 and J20 really a generation ahead of the Rafale and the Typhoon?

Very often, when it comes to comparing devices like the F35, Su-57 and J-20 to European devices like the Rafale, the Typhoon or even the JAS39 Gripen,…

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South Korea: additional Falcon 2000s and Boeing 737s to boost electronic surveillance capabilities

In recent days, the South Korean Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has approved the purchase of additional surveillance aircraft from foreign suppliers, for a total of about $ XNUMX billion. Even if…

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"British GPS" will probably never see the light of day

In 2018, with the announcement of the UK's ousting of the Galileo program because of Brexit, the strong reactions emanating from the political class and the British government had completed…

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Huawei's 5G network could jeopardize military cooperation between London and Washington

A priori, there is no connection between the deployment of a civilian 5G telecommunications network and the defense agreements between two historic partners such as the United Kingdom and…

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With its Super Hornet Block III, Boeing offers super-connected aircraft capable of countering stealth threats

On May 8, Boeing released a video showing the release of the first F / A-18F Super Hornet Block III from the factory. Presenting numerous technical evolutions, Block III should succeed from…

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Pending T-7A Red Hawk, USAF will lease other type of advanced training aircraft

In September 2018, the USAF selected the offer from Boeing and Saab to design its new advanced training aircraft as part of the TX program. Approximately 350 T-7A Red Hawks are…

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