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Past articles by Garrett:

Northrop Grumman to develop digital twin of Bombardier CRJ testbed

Northrop Grumman plans to develop a "digital twin replica" of its highly-modified Bombardier CRJ700 testbed aircraft, including of the jet's subsystems. → Read More

Sikorsky-Boeing SB-1 Defiant demos single-engine, sling-load and slalom flight

The Sikorsky-Boeing team behind the SB-1 Defiant demonstrator is pressing on with additional flight tests, five months after submitting to the US Army a proposal for the Future Long Range Air Assault programme. → Read More

Interest in loitering munitions grows in Asia after Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: IAI

After the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, in which loitering munitions were seen as playing a decisive role, interest in the new weapon type among Asian militaries is growing. → Read More

Turkish Aerospace looks for TF-X partners, customers in Asia

Turkish Aerospace is on the hunt for potential customers and partners for its TF-X stealth fighter. → Read More

Rafael sees big market for Spike NLOS with Asian AH-64 operators

After the US Army adopted the Spike non-line-of-sight (NLOS) missile as an interim long-range weapon for its Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopter, manufacturer Rafael believes more export orders could come. → Read More

Manufacturers compete to seize maritime patrol aircraft market in Asia

Territorial water disputes, pirates, submarines lurking beneath the surface - there's plenty of reasons why South East Asian countries are in the market for maritime patrol aircraft. → Read More

Boeing Defense eyes up to $70bn in sales in Asia Pacific over next 5 years

Boeing Defense, Space & Security believes it can generate up to $70 billion in revenue from sales to militaries in the Asia-Pacific region over the next five years. → Read More

Leonardo targets Asian F-16 upgrade market with BriteCloud decoy

As geopolitical tensions in the Asia-Pacific continue to build, Leonardo sees an opportunity to upgrade the region’s more than 500 Lockheed Martin F-16 fighters with its BriteCloud 218 decoy. → Read More

Bell sees continued demand from Asia-Pacific militaries for civil helicopters

Military operators in the Asia-Pacific continue to express interest in Bell’s civil helicopters, such as the 412 medium-twin, as they seek cost-effective solutions for their vertical lift requirements. → Read More

Sikorsky sees fleet renewal opportunities in Asia Pacific for UH-60M and S-70i

Sikorsky sees an opportunity to sell its UH-60M Black Hawk and S-70i/M utility helicopters to replace ageing military fleets in the Asia-Pacific. → Read More

Northrop Grumman looks for first international sale of MQ-8C Fire Scout

Northrop Grumman remains on the hunt for the first international sale of its MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned maritime patrol helicopter, roughly two and a half years after the aircraft reached initial operational capability with the US Navy. → Read More

Boeing to offer P-8A Poseidon for Canada’s Multi-Mission Aircraft project

Boeing plans to offer its P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft for Canada's Multi-Mission Aircraft project. → Read More

US Air Force seeks AWACS replacement for Boeing E-3G Sentry

The US Air Force (USAF) has formally launched its search for a replacement for the Boeing E-3G Sentry Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS). → Read More

Sikorsky’s Matrix autonomous flight system flying on ‘large cargo aircraft’

Because they do not carry passengers, cargo aircraft are seen as likely early adopters of flight automation - potentially reducing the number of humans required in the cockpit from two persons, down to one, and possibly zero one day. Sikorsky's Matrix is one of the most advanced flight automation systems ... → Read More

DARPA flies Black Hawk autonomously, no pilots on board

The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) flew a UH-60A Black Hawk, retrofitted with Sikorsky's Matrix technology, autonomously, without pilots on board for the first time. → Read More

US Navy’s AARGM-ER hits radar target in second test

The US Navy's AGM-88G Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile Extended Range (AARGM-ER) hit a land-based radar target in its second test on 21 January. → Read More

RCAF CH-148 Cyclone tail cracks caused by electronic warfare, satellite equipment

Tail cracks found on the majority of the Royal Canadian Air Force's (RCAF) Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone helicopter fleet were caused by in-flight structural loads on electronic support measures and satellite communication antenna mounts. → Read More

How F-35A demonstration pilot Major Kristin Wolfe became star of the show

F-35A Demonstration Team commander Major Kristin Wolfe has the enviable job of putting the stealth fighter through its paces for the US public, helping others to also fall in love with aviation. → Read More

Raytheon, US Navy talk EA-18G’s AESA radar providing jamming boost

Raytheon and the US Navy are looking to increase the jamming capability of the Boeing EA-18G Growler by also using the electronic attack aircraft’s APG-79 active electronically scanned array radar. → Read More

Will Russia’s MC-21 break Airbus/Boeing narrowbody duopoly?

Can the MC-21, set to enter service in the next year, break the Airbus/Boeing narrowbody duopoly in an era of increasing Western hostility to Moscow? → Read More