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International Talks on Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

International Talks on Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems

Lethal autonomous weapon systems (LAWS), or weapons designed to independently select and engage targets without the need for manual human control, could enable military operations in communications-degraded or -denied environments where traditional systems may not be able to operate.

LAWS are no…

Rolls-Royce to Increase Support for Key Royal Navy Programs

Rolls-Royce to Increase Support for Key Royal Navy Programs

Rolls-Royce has signed a collaborative agreement with the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) to strengthen ways of working across key Royal Navy programmes.

The Memorandum of Understanding describes a commitment of both parties to work together to deliver on-going support for Rolls-Royce MT30 and WR-21…

Pratt to Invest $650M in Turbine Airfoil Production Facility

Pratt to Invest $650M in Turbine Airfoil Production Facility

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. — Pratt & Whitney announced today that it plans to invest at least $650 million through 2027 in a world-class turbine airfoil production facility in Asheville, North Carolina. The new, 1,000,000-square-foot facility will house an advanced casting foundry for the production of …
European Experts Reflect on Hypervelocity Systems

European Experts Reflect on Hypervelocity Systems

BRUSSELS — Last week, experts from 12 EDA Member States as well as Norway and Switzerland participated in an online workshop organised by the Agency to identify and discuss research & technology needs as well as potential future applications of hypervelocity systems.

The workshop (12-13 October…

Airbus Delivers its First US-Assembled A220

Airbus Delivers its First US-Assembled A220

Airbus has delivered its first U.S.-assembled A220 aircraft from Mobile, Alabama, underlining the aircraft manufacturer’s role as a global aircraft producer and heralding the arrival of a new era in Airbus aircraft production in the United States. The aircraft was delivered to Delta Air Lines.

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Two of South Korea’s RQ-4s have defects

Two of the Northrop Grumman RQ-4 unmanned air vehicles that were delivered to South Korea have been found with defects. Photo: U.S. State Department One aircraft had an oil leak in the undercarriage while another one had “a core control sensor-related problem” Yonhap reported. For more information, hit the Source below Source