Norwegian government, military and industry leaders celebrated the arrival of Norway’s first three F-35A Lighting II aircraft in a ceremony at Ørland Air Base. The F-35 provides a transformational solution for Norway’s sovereign defense and will serve as a critical element of the Royal Norwegian Air Force for decades to come.
Following a £60M contract award to GallifordTry earlier this year for construction works at Marne Barracks in Catterick under the Army Basing Programme (ABP) construction is now underway.
Royal Marines of 43 Commando Fleet Protection Group’s Boat Troop made the 800-mile round trip from Faslane to the Castlemartin ranges to practise with their General Purpose Machine Guns on land and at sea.
Take a virtual tour of the future USS Little Rock’s flight deck, bridge, hangar, missile launcher and helicopter control tower, courtesy of Lockheed Martin.
In 2018, the U.S. Air Force is expected to begin launching the most powerful GPS satellites ever designed and built – GPS III.
Today, GPS III satellites are in full production at Lockheed Martin’s GPS III Processing Facility near Denver, a $128 million, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, itself designed in a virtual reality environment to maximize satellite production effectiveness and efficiency.
Eurofighter Typhoon is the most advanced, combat proven multi-role aircraft in the world
Engineers from BAE Systems together with students from Cranfield University, have revealed a new technology concept – named Adaptable UAVs – which can alternate between the two different flight modes in the same mission.
The future USS Little Rock’s (LCS 9) Builder’s Trials were completed in Lake Michigan on Aug. 17. The sea trials tested the ship’s performance under a variety of conditions, including situations not likely to occur during the ship’s service life.
Today’s multi-domain battlespace spans air, land, sea, space and cyberspace. Watch how Raytheon brings new digital tools to allow the military to outthink and outmaneuver the enemy across all domains.