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The Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence at 22 Wing/CFB North Bay has launched a new exhibit that showcases the efforts that museums put into safeguarding their artifacts, showcasing artifacts from its own collection.
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Textron Aviation Defense LLC., a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. company, today announced that the Beechcraft T-6C military trainer has achieved basic certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), supporting future configuration certification and delivery of 10 previously ordered T-6C aircraft for the U.K. Ministry of Defence’s Military Flying Training System (UKMFTS) program.
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Talks with the Pentagon about filling the Canadian air force's short-term need for jet fighters remain on track, said Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.
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Esterline, a global leader in aerospace technologies, will supply distributor Triman Industries, Inc., with its Korry-branded press-to-test indicators for resale to the Defense Logistic Agency (DLA), the U.S. Department of Defense's combat logistics support agency. The DLA will be restocking its inventory with a multi-year supply of the Korry indicators, critical components for master-caution assemblies in the F-16 cockpit.
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Boeing announced today, through its subsidiary Aviall, an exclusive aftermarket distribution agreement with GE Aviation for spare parts supporting F110-100 and F110-129 engines that power the F-16 aircraft for a select list of operators.
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Boeing received a three-year contract earlier this month to continue support of the Indian Navy’s fleet of P-8I maritime patrol aircraft.
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The federal government’s plan to increase defence spending will be good for Montreal-area aerospace businesses, according to an organization that works to promote the local aerospace industry.
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Fox Flight’s air ambulance fleet is sporting a new look these days. The Toronto-based international medical repatriation company recently partnered with Wounded Warriors Canada to help support programs for ill and injured Canadian Armed Forces members, first responders and their families. As part of its commitment, Fox Flight has placed a Wounded Warriors Canada decal on each of its four Lear jets.
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In a new twist on their aerospace rivalry, Bombardier has joined Boeing to protest the awarding of a U.S. military aircraft contract to another company.
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Armed drones are the way of the future for Canada's military, but conversations about how they are used need to be had before they are deployed on the battlefield, says prime minister Justin Trudeau.
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