The AIM-120D is the newest air-to-air
weapon in the U.
Second, we have a very limited number of B-1s left in the inventory--how many should we modify for air-to-air
The capability also brings PAF at par with other modern air forces in terms of sophistication of its air-to-air
arsenal, the statement said.
The officer said that the attainment of air-to-air
refuelling capability has greatly enhanced PAF's capability in defending the country's airspace.
AMRAAM, in both the air-to-air
and surface-launch applications, is the weapon of choice to protect the people, critical infrastructure and resources of our Arab allies.
In a statement, Air Marshal Sir Barry Thornton, the RAF's most senior engineer, said: "We have stopped air-to-air
Mr Hellyer, who runs a computer centre in Forres, Moray, said: "I believe the Nimrod is not unsafe as an aeroplane but the air-to-air
refuelling makes it unsafe.
These mechanical engines are available in naturally aspirated, turbocharged and air-to-air
P5CTS is a rangeless air-to-air
and air-to-ground training system that will support real-time air combat training for the Air Force and Navy.
The group was also shown a declassified version of an F-22 flight simulator and was run through three battle simulations - an air-to-air
combat with four Russian-built fighters, a bombing run, and a battle against an integrated air defense system featuring enemy fighters and ground-to-air missiles.
Armament: One M-61A1 20mm multibarrel cannon with 500 rounds; external stations can carry up to six air-to-air
missiles conventional air-to-air
and air-to-surface munitions and electronic countermeasure pods
The BAE Systems Tactical Aircraft Directable Infrared Countermeasure System (Tadircm) successfully completed tests for the US Navy that included hostile missile detection and jamming of both air-to-air
and surface-to-air missile seekers.
This decision further consolidates the A330 MRTT's position as the most advanced and capable air-to-air
refueling aircraft available on the market.
March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) signed a $35 million contract to deliver Stinger missiles and air-to-air
launchers to the Republic of Korea Army in support of their recent procurement of AH-64 Apache helicopters.
The aircraft upgrades include enhanced computing power, weapons systems integration advancements and improved sensor suites making Typhoon even more potent whether tasked with air-to-air
work, air-to-surface or a combination of both during a single mission.