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US Navy Launches First UAV Test Squadron

The goal of the new squadron is to provide research, development, test and evaluation support for Navy and Marine Corps UAS. The unit will fly a variety of fixed and rotary UAVs, including the Aeronautics RQ-26 Aerostar

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IAF Launches Mental Preparation Program for RPAV Operators

While the operators of Remotely Piloted Aerial Vehicles are not physically on the battlefield, they still experience combat from up close – from pre-mission intelligence gathering to post-strike analysis. To support the operators, the IAF has developed a mental preparation program

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IAI to Supply Radars for Combat Aircraft of Asian Country, Possibly South Korea

ELTA received a $55 million follow-up order for ELM-2032 Airborne Fire Control Radars from an undisclosed country in Asia. Such radars are currently installed on TA-50 aircraft, which are manufactured by South Korea’s KAI and marketed to a variety of customers worldwide, including the Iraqi Air Force

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman tours an innovation gallery of Saudi Arabian technology, including an exhibit by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, at MIT, USA (Photo: AP)

Saudi Arabia Develops Two New Reconnaissance Satellites

Saudi Sat 5A and Saudi Sat 5B are set to be launched this year, via the Chinese space rocket Long March 2D, to support remote sensing services in the Kingdom
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