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Aviation & TravelCommonMilitary & Defense

aerobd.news : The Vega Radio Engineering Corporation of the Ruselectronics holding company (part of Rostec) and the Beriev Aircraft Company have upgraded the A-50 airborne early warning and control aircraft

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Aviation & TravelCommonMilitary & DefenseTest Flight

aerobd.news : The first pre-serial L-39NG trainer and light attack aircraft with serial number 7001 made its first flight on 22nd December, at Aero Vodochody Airport. The new generation of

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Event: AM-01 Gov Flight 1    
Customer: Allie Reed Murray, F-35 Communications   
Location: Fort Worth, TX  
Pilot: Lt Col. Parzych
Aviation & TravelCommonFifth Gen FighterMilitary & Defense

aerobd.news : GKN Aerospace Norway today announced that it has signed an eight-year agreement with Pratt & Whitney for the production of diffuser cases, low pressure turbine cases and shafts

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Autonomous powered paragliders are one of the technologies being developed to resupply troops (Image: Banard Microsystems)
Aviation & TravelCommonMilitary & DefenseUnmanned Air System (UAS)

aerobd.news : UK troops are testing over 70 examples of technology including drones for enhanced surveillance and resupplying in the battlefield. The four-week Autonomous Warrior experiment at Salisbury Plains, Wiltshire

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Aviation & TravelCommonMilitary & DefenseTest Flight

aerobd.news : Hindustan Aeronautics has started the spin testing of its HTT 40 basic trainer aircraft with the successful execution of two turn spins and their recoveries. The spin testing

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Corey Boltz, Air Force Research Laboratory electrical engineer, makes final adjustments before conducting a proof-of-concept arc test in preparation for follow-up testing to support a NASA research effort. (US Air Force photo by Holly Jordan)
Aviation & TravelCommonMilitary & DefenseSpace & Satellite

aerobd.news : A group of engineers at the US Air Force Research Laboratory has helped NASA determine the effects of unintended electrical arcing on astronaut spacesuits during extravehicular maintenance using

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