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Pentagon Bills Saudi Arabia $331 Million for U.S. Aerial Refueling

Pentagon Bills Saudi Arabia $331 Million for U.S. Aerial Refueling

Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Mohammed Al-Ayesh meets US Defense Secretary James Mattis (R) next to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg (L) during a meeting at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, February 15, 2017. The Pentagon announced it will bill Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates $331 million after undercharging the two countries for […]

Sikorsky-Boeing Defiant Rescheduled Test Flight

Sikorsky-Boeing Defiant Rescheduled Test Flight

The Sikorsky-Boeing Defiant design will not have its first flight in 2018, following a technical issue discovered during ground tests. Rich Koucheravy, Sikorsky director of business development for future vertical lift, and Randy Rotte, Boeing director of globalý sales and marketing for cargo helicopters and FVL, revealed the delay in a call with reporters Wednesday. […]

Lockheed-Airbus Develop New Aerial-Refueling Service

Lockheed-Airbus Develop New Aerial-Refueling Service

Lockheed Martin and Airbus have agreed to develop a new aerial-refueling service aimed at the U.S. Air Force, upping the pressure on incumbent Boeing to deliver its KC-46 tankers on time. The two companies, industry behemoths on each side of the Atlantic, hailed the pact for combining Airbus’s A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) plane with […]

New Maryland Defense-Aerospace Consortium

New Maryland Defense-Aerospace Consortium

A Maryland congressman is launching a local consortium on Tuesday to link small and large aerospace and defense firms and educational institutions in the Pentagon’s backyard, so the companies can solve common problems like workforce shortages. The Pentagon has identified the aging workforce as a challenge to country’s defense industry, and it’s playing out in […]