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  • Rivals still seeking clarity on Seoul F-X III contest

    Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Eurofighter had a major presence at this year’s Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition, despite the continuing uncertainty surrounding South Korea's F-X III fighter competition.

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  • Japan nears decision on oldest F-15s

    Japan should reach a decision “within months” on whether to pursue a modernisation programme for its oldest...

  • South Korea needs both F-15s and F-35s: retired USAF general

    ​A retired US Air Force chief of staff recommends South Korea acquire Boeing F-15 Silent Eagle aircraft in the...

  • ANALYSIS: Seoul’s F-X III backdown raises thorny questions about competition

    Seoul’s decision to re-tender the F-X III competition for 60 fighters raises questions about the viability of a revised...

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  • ANALYSIS: MH17 Previous shoot-down incidents or attempts

    News | 24 Jul 2014 10:22 | David Learmount

    Starting with the most recent, this list includes some of the civil aircraft that have been shot down when carrying out normal business in non-combat airspace. Many more have been downed in combat zones or areas in which rebels were active.
  • ILA: Roketsan, Airbus sign defence pact

    News | 20 May 2014 16:13

    ​Turkish company Roketsan has linked up with Airbus Defence & Space to investigate collaboration on several military aerospace projects, including the projected TFX fighter programme.
  • ILA: TAI heads Turkish charge in Berlin

    News | 20 May 2014 09:13

    ​Look around this year’s ILA Berlin air show and Turkish aircraft are everywhere. From the Turkish Aerospace Industries Anka unmanned air vehicle being shown for the first time to venerable McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantoms, the red and white Turkish flag is highly visible.
  • PICTURE: US Air Force gets final QF-4 aerial target

    News | 05 Dec 2013 06:38 | Craig Hoyle

    BAE Systems has delivered its last of more than 300 McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantoms to have been modified for use as aerial targets by the US Air Force.
  • For Boeing Defense, it's fight where you can

    News | 03 Dec 2013 13:57 | Greg Waldron

    ​Boeing is nothing if not resilient. One month after receiving a black eye when South Korea decided not to obtain the F-15 Silent Eagle for its 60 aircraft F-X III requirement, the US airframer changed tack, pitching an aircraft it dubs the “Advanced F-15” at October’s Seoul air show.
  • Japan nears decision on oldest F-15s

    News | 14 Nov 2013 13:24 | Craig Hoyle

    Japan should reach a decision “within months” on whether to pursue a modernisation programme for its oldest Boeing/Mitsubishi F-15 combat aircraft, or replace them with a new type, a senior air force official has revealed.