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US Army fleet of roadside bomb-hunting Dash 8s depart Middle East

The programme known as Saturn Arch, which used a derivative of the De Havilland Dash 8 turboprop to search for improvised explosives targeting ground forces, recently flew its final mission in the region.

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Private F-16 fleet receives USAF approval for adversary training

The Lockheed Martin jets are operated by Top Aces, which provides adversary air training services.

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USA, Australia conclude joint air combat exercise in Alaska

The Pacific-focused training comes on the heels of major military Chinese military drills around the Strait of Taiwan.

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Qatar takes delivery of first Typhoon, ahead of World Cup duty

Qatar’s introduction of the Eurofighter Typhoon has drawn a step closer, with a first delivery completed at BAE Systems’ Warton final assembly site in Lancashire on 15 August.



Korean Air to help develop stealthy loyal wingman UAVs

Seoul has named Korean Air as the “preferred bidder” in a programme to develop a low observable unmanned air vehicle (UAVs) that will work with manned aircraft in combat.

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UAV maker Edge Autonomy buys fuel cell producer Adaptive Energy

The California maker of unmanned aerial vehicles for the Pentagon purchased a Michigan manufacturer specialising in solid oxide fuel cells.



Joby expands military partnership in eVTOL development

The California developer of electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft says a modification to its existing contract under the US Air Force’s Agility Prime programme is worth $45 million.

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Malaysia to acquire MALE UAV by 2025

Malaysia aims to acquire a medium-altitude, long-endurance (MALE) unmanned air vehicle (UAV) capability in 2025.