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    The Russia-Ukraine war is the most significant space-related development since 2022, given the wide-ranging use of space-based assets by both the warring sides.
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    ‘Monster Power’! Eurofighter Typhoons Can Now ‘Jam The Jammers’

    The British Royal Air Force’s Eurofighter Typhoon fleet has inched closer to acquiring the powerful European Common Radar Architecture (ECRA) Mk.2 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars.

    Italy reveals plans for converting Gulfstream jets

    The Italian Air Force plans to convert two Gulfstream jets into electronic attack Compass Call variants, with an option for a third.

    Russia Overestimates Its Su-35 Fighters; Ex-F-16 Pilot Says Moscow Using ‘Identical’ Tactics In Air As They Do On Ground

    As the Russia-Ukraine war rages on and former F-16 pilot taking a dig at Su-35 jets, the US Air Force’s F-16 Fighting Falcons stationed in South Korea have begun receiving critical upgrades to their radar and avionics systems to improve their operational capabilities. 

    Russia Masters Destroying HIMARS Rockets & Launchers Using ‘Deadly Trio’ Of S-300, Buk Missiles & Glide Bombs

    Russian forces are achieving greater success in shooting down HIMARS rockets with coordinated use of S-300 and Buk AD systems and striking more HIMARS launchers using satellite-guided glide bombs.

    Inspired By US Tech & Powered By Russian Engines, China ‘Unveils’ Y-20B Aircraft With Indigenous WS-20 Engines

    A video has surfaced featuring the latest version of China’s Xi’an Y-20 military transport aircraft, the Y-20B, equipped with the homegrown WS-20 engine.

    Russia ‘Stuns’ Ukraine With 1.5 Ton Heavy-Duty Bombs; Air Force Says ‘No Capability’ To Challenge Smart Bombs

    As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine rages, the Ukrainian Air Force has reportedly complained that they have no answer to Russian 1.5-ton bombs.

    Angry China ‘Hits Back’ At Taiwan With ‘United Sword’ Military Drills After President Tsai Meets McCarthy

    China will conduct three-day military drills around Taiwan following President Tsai Ing-wen’s meeting with US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.

    Russia’s ‘Catastrophic’ Campaign In Ukraine Could End In October As Moscow Runs Out Of Options — Swiss Expert

    The war between Russia and Ukraine has been ongoing for more than a year, and despite international efforts, there are no visible indications that the conflict will conclude anytime soon. 

    B-52 Bombers Get 30 Years ‘Life Extension’ Thanks To New Rolls Royce Engines

    The US Air Force’s (USAF) B-52H bombers will be designated as B-52Js after receiving their new Rolls Royce F130 engines, the service says in its fiscal 2024 budget documents.

    Russia ‘Welcomes’ Finland To NATO With Massive Combat Drills Involving Super Sukhois, S-400 & Aerial Bombings

    Russia conducted another round of military exercises in its Kaliningrad region on Monday, including close air support (CAS), ground attack, aerial bombing, and maneuvers by infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) and ships of the Baltic Sea Fleet. 

    Chengdu J-10 Fighter: How Borrowed Tech From Russia & Israel Revolutionized China’s Combat Aviation Sector

    China put out a video montage of the Chengdu J-10 Vigorous Dragon in March to mark the 25 years of service of the most revolutionary indigenously developed fourth-generation fighter jet, which remains the mainstay of the country’s air power.

    ‘Strip It Down To The Last Bolt’: Russia Wants To Decode Mysterious MQ-9 Reaper Drone That Crashed In The Black Sea

    Russia is reportedly attempting to retrieve the MQ-9 Reaper drone that ‘collided’ with a Russian Su-27 aircraft and was forced to crash into the Black Sea.

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