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UK announce plans to develop joint future fighter engine demonstrator with Japan

The UK and Japan have announced plans to develop a future fighter aircraft engine demonstrator, and sign a memorandum of cooperation to enable future development between the two nations

CAE installs synthetic training systems for TFST programme

Canadian training provider CAE has installed the first two Medallion MR e-Series visual display systems for the UK Royal Air Force’s Typhoon Future Synthetic Training programme

BAE Systems to upgrade F-35 EW capabilities

BAE Systems has received a $493m contract modification from Lockheed Martin to upgrade the AN/ASQ-239 electronic warfare (EW) system for the F-35 Lightning II

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Analysing the USAF's upcoming EC-37B Compass Call and SABER technology

With EC-37B Compass Call and BAE Systems’ SABER technology coming to the fore, we find out what the future holds for the USAF’s electronic warfare capability

Lockheed Martin highlight UK benefits of F-35 programme

Lockheed Martin has detailed the current and future economic benefits to the UK of the F-35 stealth fighter programme stating gains to date of around £9bn, a figure which would continue to rise through to the late-2030s

Marshall joins Tempest fighter programme

UK-based aerospace systems supplier Marshall has become the latest company to join the Team Tempest project, which is intended to deliver a sixth-generation fighter into service with the Royal Air Force from 2035

New funding for UK, Italy F-35 missile integration

BAE Systems and MBDA have secured additional funding to complete development and integration of next generation weapons capabilities on the UK and Italian F-35 fleets

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DSEI 2021: BAE and Malloy team-up on all-electric T-650 UAS

BAE Systems and Malloy Aeronautics announced plans to explore the development of an all-electric heavy-lift uncrewed air system at the DSEI conference at the ExCeL London Centre in Newham, East London, on September 14

BAE Systems wins UK synthetic flight training deal

The UK Ministry of Defence has awarded BAE Systems contracts valued at more than £220m to deliver synthetic training for pilots training to fly the Eurofighter Typhoon, the latest example of the steady growth of digital alternatives trumping physical solutions

Typhoon capability contract awarded to BAE Systems

BAE Systems has been awarded a contract valued at approximately £135m to drive forward the next phase of capability enhancements for the Eurofighter Typhoon multi-role strike aircraft