Lockheed Martin has completed delivery of the 79th and final C-5 Galaxy aircraft of the current Avionics Modernization Program at a ceremony at Travis Air Force Base, Calif., on April 27.
“We are very proud of our AMP team,” said Greg Ulmer,… Full Story
Marine Corps Cpl. Garrett Carnes was on a clearing mission in Afghanistan‘s southern Helmand province in February when he stepped on a pressure plate that exploded and cost him both legs.
Proving his newfound flexibility with the Biom ankle and… Full Story
The F/A-18 Super Hornet is competing against the Rafale fighter, made by French firm Dassault Aviation, and Swedish manufacturer Saab’s Gripen for Brazil’s contract for 36 next-generation fighter jets valued at between 4 billion and 7 billion dollars.
Brazil the… Full Story
U.S. House lawmakers frustrated by Air Force and Army decisions to cancel weapons in the 2013 budget have taken the first steps toward reinstating funding for those programs.
In its markup of the 2013 defense authorization bill, the House Armed… Full Story
The man at the helm of the world’s biggest company, Bob Stevens, resigned today from his post as CEO and was smoothly replaced by Chris Kubasik, the company’s chief operating officer. His resignation is effective January first.
Stevens will remain… Full Story
This picture is one of the coolest pictures of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter we’ve seen. It shows the JSF conducting in-fight refueling while loaded with weapons on its wing hardpoints for the first time ever.
The jet above, an F-35A known… Full Story
A controversial technology from the war on terrorism may soon be a common sight in Illinois skies.
A bill signed by President Obama in February has accelerated the timetable for the domestic use of aerial drones, also known as UAVs… Full Story
Trucks, not sports cars – that’s the Chief of Naval Operations’ vision for an affordable and upgradeable future fleet. And that’s good news for an array of programs, from the controversial Littoral Combat Ship, to theLPD-17 amphibious ship, to a Marine… Full Story
The U.S. Air Force is preparing to launch the second Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) communications satellite on May 3, according to service officials.
The Lockheed Martin-built satellite, which is currently being prepared for launch, will ride aboard a United… Full Story
New technologies and procedures that proved effective last week in defending one-sixth of the Israeli population from Gaza-launched rockets are augmenting strategic options for Israel’s political leadership in response to growing threats.
Officials here creditedadherence to civil emergency procedures and… Full Story