Army, Guard Prep To Battle Over People, Planes

In the week between Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel’s unveiling of the broad outlines of the Pentagon’s 2015 budget request and the full rollout of the numbers on March 4, the Army’s chief of staff was largely out of the country.

BAE Takes Aim at F-15 and F/A-18 Upgrade Work

With a substantial contract under its belt to upgrade South Korea’s fleet of Lockheed Martin F-16s, BAE Systems is now looking to extend its activities in the market for modifying other nations’ aircraft by looking at Boeing’s F-15 and F/A-18 jets.

Turkey To Buy Helos for Coast Guard

Turkey’s procurement authorities have launched a new program for the purchase of four utility helicopters for the country’s Coast Guard, with an option to buy two more, the procurement agency said.

Aide: Congress Will Fight To Fund Combat Rescue Helo

There’s still two weeks to go before the Pentagon’s 2015 budget proposal becomes public, but Congress already may be gearing up for a fight over the future of the Air Force’s Combat Rescue Helicopter (CRH) program.

Rolls Royce-HAL Dealings Under Probe

India’s anti-fraud agency, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), has begun a probe into alleged corruption charges against UK-based Rolls Royce in the supply of engines to state-owned Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd.

CAE USA Joins General Dynamics T-X Offering

General Dynamics has lined up the US arm of Canadian simulation giant CAE to provide training solutions for its offering for the US Air Force’s next-generation trainer.

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