EADS – a group partly owned by the French government – is miffed that the Aerospace Industries Association does not let them in.
Boeing sees potential for Arrow 3 sales beyond Israel, to countries including India, Singapore and South Korea. The program is expecting to start tests soon.
Paragon Dynamics settled allegations that it stole confidential bid information from Raytheon for $1.15M. The two companies were competing for a contract from the National Reconnaissance Office.
The DAU Alumni Association and the Acquisition Community Connection (ACC) are organizing a forum with a former Senate staffer turned lobbyist who will offer a firsthand account at how people in his past and present occupation impact the defense acquisition process. Oct. 3 in Fort Belvoir, VA, RSVP here.
Foreign Policy interviews General John Allen on the state of the war in Afghanistan.
India’s IDSA writes about the thawing military relations between their country and China. This being India, that statement is not mutually exclusive with continued Russian purchases and renewed cooperation with the US.
Amateur observers found that the US military has flown Global Hawks out of the Edinburgh airbase in Australia between 2001 and 2006.
AK-47s might be successful in the US, but their maker is struggling because Russia recently stopped buying them. That compounded an ongoing stream of unlicensed copycats, most prominently from China which is selling a bunch of them in Africa.