An audit by the Pentagon’s Inspector General found that Boeing has been overcharging the U.S. Army for helicopter parts. For example, a metal pin that costs 4 cents was charged $71.01.
Archive for June, 2011
Four Royal Moroccan Air Force pilots are completing their F-16 conversion course at the 162nd Fighter Wing.
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The UAE had wanted to buy Predator drones from the United States but the request was turned down.
German defense minister Thomas de Maiziere has agreed to replenish NATO’s depleted stocks of precision weapons used up by the air campaign in Libya.
Britain has retired its Nimrod R1 fleet and it will not have its own electronic intelligence aircraft until 2014.
Taiwan’s military has admitted that one of its Hsiung Feng III supersonic anti-ship missile missed its target during a recent test.
A senior Iranian military official revealed that drones from the U.S. that were shot down by Iran were examined by Russian experts.
The RSAF’s 149 Squadron has won the Best Fighter Squadron award for the first time as a F-15SG unit.