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EA-18G Growler: 21st Century Electronic Attack

Mark Ayton

Air International details the Boeing EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft and its Next-Gen Jammer, as Mark Ayton considers what lies ahead for this sophisticated node in the modern battlespace.

Mark Ayton

US green lights potential Israeli KC-46A purchase

Khalem Chapman

The US State Department has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) of up to eight Boeing KC-46A Pegasus tanker/transport aircraft and related equipment to the Israeli government.

Khalem Chapman

Boeing unveils FARA contender

Khalem Chapman

Boeing Defense has officially unveiled its offering for the US Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) programme.

Khalem Chapman
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Singaporean Super Eagles!

Chen Chuanren

The Boeing F-15SG has quickly risen to become the primary air superiority platform of the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF). Combat Aircraft Journal studies the F-15SG fleet as it marks its first decade of service.

Chen Chuanren

Growler goes autonomous

Khalem Chapman

Boeing and the US Navy have successfully flown a pair of EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft autonomously.

Khalem Chapman

ANALYSIS: First RAF Poseidon arrives in the UK

Khalem Chapman

The Royal Air Force’s (RAF’s) first Boeing P-8A Poseidon MRA1 – serial ZP801 (c/n 64175/7532), named Pride of Moray – has landed on UK soil for the first time.

Khalem Chapman

Boeing/Sikorsky compete for German CH-53G replacement

Khalem Chapman

US-based manufacturers Boeing Defense and Sikorsky have placed bids to provide the Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces) with its next-generation heavy-lift helicopter.

Khalem Chapman

USAF welcomes Grey Wolf to the pack

Khalem Chapman

The USAF's new MH-139A utility helicopter has been officially christened Grey Wolf, following a naming and unveiling ceremony at Duke Field, Eglin Air Force Base (AFB), Florida.

Khalem Chapman

Progress for planned RAF Chinook buy

Dave Allport

Plans to purchase additional Chinooks for the RAF appear to be moving forward.

Dave Allport

'Little Birds' for Thailand

Thomas Newdick

THE US DEFENSE Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) recently notified the US Congress of the potential sale of eight Boeing AH-6i light attack/reconnaissance helicopters and associated equipment to Thailand in a deal worth around $400 million.

Thomas Newdick