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Poland Shows Interest in F-15EX Strike Fighters
Air

Poland Shows Interest in F-15EX Strike Fighters

Boeing has offered Poland two squadrons of F-15EX Eagle II strike fighters alongside industrial cooperation.

Boeing F-15EX, the third competitor in Saudi Arabia
Air

Boeing F-15EX, the third competitor in Saudi Arabia

Boeing offers F-15EX to Saudi Arabia, competing with Rafale from France and Typhoon from the Eurofighter consortium.

SNC to Develop Doomsday Aircraft with a $13 billion contract
Air Country

SNC to Develop Doomsday Aircraft with a $13 billion contract

The US Air Force has awarded SNC a $13 billion contract to develop a new Doomsday AACP aircraft to replace its ageing E-4B aircraft fleet.

Biden Considers Selling $18 Billion Worth F-15 Jets to Israel
Bilateral Relations

Biden Considers Selling $18 Billion Worth F-15 Jets to Israel

The Biden administration will request Congress' approval to sell $18 billion worth of F-15 fighter fighters to Israel.

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun to Leave Due to Safety Crisis
Air

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun to Leave Due to Safety Crisis

Boeing Chief Executive Officer Dave Calhoun will leave the post at the end of 2024 as the company faces safety crises.

U.S. Navy Orders a 17 F/A-18 Super Hornet Block IIIs
Navy / Maritime Air E/W

U.S. Navy Orders a 17 F/A-18 Super Hornet Block IIIs

The U.S. Navy ordered 17 additional F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter jets from Boeing on March 19, 2024, under a contract worth $ 1.3 billion.

France Prioritises Multi-Role Capability for the Next MPA
Navy / Maritime Air E/W

France Prioritises Multi-Role Capability for the Next MPA

French Lieutenant Commander Maxence Combas stated that the future maritime patrol aircraft (MPA) needs to be a multi-role platform with high payload capacity.

USAF Postpones T-7A Red Hawk Jet Trainer’s IOC Status
Air

USAF Postpones T-7A Red Hawk Jet Trainer’s IOC Status

USAF has delayed the Initial Operating Capability (IOC) of T-7A Red Hawk trainers from 2025 to 2028, jeopardising the goal of training 1,500 pilots per year.

Pentagon Introduces AI-Guided Combat Drones
Air Simulator / AI / Drill/ Software Unmanned Systems

Pentagon Introduces AI-Guided Combat Drones

The Pentagon has launched a major project to build artificial intelligence-guided Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles.

Indonesia Chooses Boeing’s F-15EX
Air

Indonesia Chooses Boeing’s F-15EX

Indonesia has signed an MOU with Boeing to procure 24 F-15EX fighters. The country has recently eliminated second-hand French Mirage 2000-5 choice.

Netherlands Receives Two AH-64E Attack Helicopters
Air

Netherlands Receives Two AH-64E Attack Helicopters

The U.S. Program Executive Office announced the delivery of two AH-64E V.6 attack helicopters to the Royal Netherlands Air Force.

The U.S. Navy Receives the First Orca XLUUV in its Fleet
Navy / Maritime Unmanned Systems

The U.S. Navy Receives the First Orca XLUUV in its Fleet

Boeing's ORCA XLUUV is formally delivered to the U.S. Navy. The unmanned submarine will survey oceans.

Canada Completes Poseidon Orders
Air Navy / Maritime

Canada Completes Poseidon Orders

Canada has a firm order for 14 P-8 Poseidon worth $ 5.9 billion, a complete package option for 16 P-8s with simulators and weapons worth $ 7.7 billion.

AH-64E Apache Performs Maiden Flight with T901 Engine
Air Engine and Transmission Expo and Air Show

AH-64E Apache Performs Maiden Flight with T901 Engine

Boeing stated that the latest version of the AH-64E Guardian Apache attack helicopter had completed its first flight with the General Electric T-901 engine.