Northrop Grumman is designing a new active array radar for the Lockheed Martin F-16, as the company seeks to defend its suddenly vulnerable monopoly on the fighter's main sensor equipment.
EADS Defence & Security successfully completed the first flight tests of its MILDS F Missile Warning System (AN/AAR-60(V)2) on a Royal Danish Air Force F-16 combat jets.
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) delivered the first modified aircraft to the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) during a hand over ceremony at it facilites on October 17th.
A judgment of nearly $900,000 has been reached in a lawsuit that alleged a military contractor sold faulty seals for F-16 fighter jets to the U.S. Air Force.
L-3 Communications has been awarded an $18.8 million contract from the USAF's Aeronautical Systems Center to build an F-16C Block 52+ Aircrew Training Device (ATD) for the Hellenic Air Force.
Korean Air’s Aerospace Division has been rewarded by the US Air Force for its depot maintenance capabilities and credibility with a new contract order for F-16s.
The Israeli Air Force (IDF/AF) is to enhance the combat effectiveness of its 125 Lockheed Martin F-16C/D fighters.
NASA is looking into the possibility of returning one of the two F-16XLs back into flyable status.
The Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD) Team successfully accomplished its first powered flight during a test mission from Eglin AFB on April 30.
Boeing has been awarded a $19 million U.S. Air Force contract to provide Mission Training Center (MTC) services for F-16 pilots at Shaw Air Force Base, S.C.; Misawa Air Base in Japan; and Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany.
InterSense Inc., have won new contracts from the L-3 Communications Link Simulation and Training division to supply helmet tracking systems for flight simulators used by both the USAF and ANG F-16 aircrews.
Pratt & Whitney, in partnership with the United States Air Force and the Egyptian Air Force, announced today the opening of the F100 engine line at the Helwan Depot located at the Helwan Air Base in Egypt.
L-3 Communications announced today the delivered F-16 Aircrew Training System for the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) has achieved ready-for-training status.
Turkey has advanced in its upgrade of the F-16 fleet of Jordan. TAI, a subcontractor to Lockheed Martin in this $1.1 billion project, has now completed the upgrade of several of the F-16s.
EDO Corporation has been awarded a $1.5 million contract for delivery of 50 of its new-generation "MALTS" two-station carriers this year for use on Royal Norwegian Air Force F-16s.