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  • PICTURE: Saab delivers fuselage for Neuron UCAV demonstrator


    Saab Aerospace has handed over the fuselage section for Europe's Neuron unmanned combat air vehicle technology demonstrator ...


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  • PICTURE: Saab delivers fuselage for Neuron UCAV demonstrator


    Saab Aerospace has handed over the fuselage section for Europe's Neuron unmanned combat air vehicle technology...


  • Picture: nEUROn in high-speed tunnel tests


    <P>Sweden’s <A href="http://www.saabgroup.com/en/index.htm" target=_blank>SAAB&nbsp;Aerospace</A> has begun high-speed...


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  • PICTURE: EADS delivers wings for Neuron UCAV

    News | 15 Mar 2011 10:10

    Dassault has taken delivery of the wings for Europe's Neuron UCAV demonstrator ...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-EADS-delivers-wings-for-Neuron-UCAV-354351/
  • PICTURE: Saab delivers fuselage for Neuron UCAV demonstrator

    News | 26 Jan 2011 12:45

    Saab Aerospace has handed over the fuselage section for Europe's Neuron unmanned combat air vehicle technology demonstrator ...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-Saab-delivers-fuselage-for-Neuron-UCAV-demonstrator-352355/
  • Good vibrations hit the ice

    News | 10 Apr 2009 14:00 | John Croft

    Red-ink economics and green ambitions are increasingly driving the aerospace industry to Long Island in search of the targeted technologies created, built and delivered by Cox & Company.Cox is a New York-based provider of temperature control and ice-protection systems.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Good-vibrations-hit-the-ice-324970/
  • Defence in brief: 17 April 2007

    News | 17 Apr 2007 00:00

    <P><STRONG>C-130 MILESTONE</STRONG></P> <P>Boeing has flown the second test aircraft in the US Air Force's C-130 avionics modernisation programme (AMP), with the updated C-130H2.5 having debuted from Lackland AFB in Texas on 25 March. The AMP is under review because of cost overruns and schedule delays.</P> <P><STRONG>A-10 AWARENESS</STRONG></P> <P>Lockheed Martin has delivered a situational awareness datalink capability (SADL) for the US Air Force's upgraded Fairchild A-10C ground-attack aircraft, with the low-cost UHF datalink to be fielded from September. Lockheed has, meanwhile, received $70 million to continue development of the A-10C's SADL and Improved Data Modem until December 2009.</P> <P><STRONG>BELGIAN ARRIVAL</STRONG></P> <P>A C-130E transport acquired secondhand from Evergreen International to replace a Belgian air force Hercules destroyed in a Sabena Technics hangar fire last May has arrived at Brussels Zaventem airport. The platform will undergo refurbishment and enhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Defence-in-brief-17-April-2007-213263/
  • Picture: nEUROn in high-speed tunnel tests

    News | 11 Apr 2007 17:20 | Julian Moxon

    <P>Sweden’s <A href="http://www.saabgroup.com/en/index.htm" target=_blank>SAAB&nbsp;Aerospace</A> has begun high-speed wind-tunnel testing of a model of the nEUROn unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV). </P> <P><BR>The 1:16-scale model is installed in the Forces Research Institute tunnel in Stockholm as part of the Swedish contribution to the nEUROn demonstrator programme. The programme involves high-speed testing up to the speed of sound. </P> <P><A href="http://www.flightglobal.com/Home/Default.aspx" target=_blank>Flight&nbsp;Internation</A>al UAV specialist Peter La Franci comments that comparison of the wind-tunnel photo with the mock-up unveiled at the 2005 Paris Air Show and with models displayed at the 2006 Eurosatory exhibition suggest that the air vehicle configuration now sports a less swept wing and a more distinct fuselage section. Earlier models and the mock-up both emphasised a fully blended wing body arrangement and a highly-swept wing. </P> <P align=center><IMG style="http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Picture-nEUROn-in-high-speed-tunnel-tests-213206/
  • Nordic special: Three-nation programme finally set to deliver NH90s

    News | 12 Dec 2006 00:00 | Peter La Franchi

    <P>The first NH Industries NH90 tactical transport helicopter deliveries under the 52-aircraft, three-nation programme are expected to start from April next year after delays caused by multiple configuration changes and longer than expected certification approvals.</P><P>The Nordic Standard Helicopter project, which links Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish requirements, involves complex industrial arrangements split between the three countries as well as other suppliers in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal. </P><P>The two main Nordic industrial partners in the project are Patria and Saab. Patria is assembling 50 aircraft at its facilities in Jamsa in central Finland.</P><P>Saab is building 270 forward fuselage sections for the wider NH90/MRH90 programme, and developing the tactical mission system (TMS) for the Swedish armed forces' variant.</P><P>Norway has ordered 14 aircraft, six to operate from its navy's frigates and eight to replace the coastguard's Westland Lynx hehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Nordic-special-Three-nation-programme-finally-set-to-deliver-NH90s-211092/