Photos: Guizhou JL-9 production line

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Guizhou Aviation Industry Import/Export Company (GAIEC) has released photos of the production line for the JL-9 fighter trainer. These images indicate production of the jet with DSI is well underway.

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Pilot class for Aegis Ashore Missile Defense System graduates

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The pilot class of students that will be the first deploying watch team to the Aegis Ashore Missile Defense System in Romania have graduated.
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Building where IJN plan Pearl Harbor attack to be demolished

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A four-story building at Kanoya Air Base, believe to be the location where the Imperial Japanese Navy plan the attack on Pearl Harbor, is set to be demolished as early as this summer.
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Argentine technical delegation to evaluate JF-17

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According to MercoPress, Argentina will send a technical team to China next week to evaluate the Chengdu JF-17 fighter.
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Italy places order for three P.1HH HammerHead UAS

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The Italian Air Force is the launch customer of the Piaggio Aerospace P.1HH HammerHead unmanned air vehicle.
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Six Royal Thai Army pilots complete UH-72A conversion course

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Six pilots and 10 maintenance technicians from the Royal Thai Army have successfully completed training to fly and maintain the UH-72A at Airbus Helicopters Inc. in Grand Prairie, Texas on Feb. 27.
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Sweetman: Boeing may have already won Uclass competition

Posted in Air Force, Navy, UAV on March 2nd, 2015 Be the first to comment

In his latest opinion for Aviation Week, Bill Sweetman, postulate that Boeing has won a classified U.S. Air Force unmanned combat aerial vehicle program and the stealth jet, designated RAQ-25, will be adopted by the U.S. Navy for its Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (Uclass) program.

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Washington State won’t let USN use Olympic National Forest for EA-18G training

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Washington State’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has informed the U.S. Navy that it won’t participate in a program to deploy mobile electromagnetic radiation emitters in Olympic National Forest.
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Israel asks U.S. Congress for $317 million more in missile funding

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Israel has asked the U.S. Congress to provide additional funding for production of the David’s Sling and Arrow 3.
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U.S. donates one C-130E to Ethiopian Air Force

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The U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia confirmed that the United States government had donated a single C-130E to Ethiopia.
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