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Saab JAS39 Gripen
The Swedish JAS39 Gripen program continues it evolution through newer production-standard models and support for all-new missile weaponry.
Boeing V-280 Valor
Boeing's promising tilt-rotor continues to progress - and impress - as the program achieves several milestones heading into the late-year.
S-400 Air Defense System
These air defense systems have drawn the attention of some Western-allied powers including India - a move which has not gone unnoticed for the U.S.
Lockheed F-35 Lightning II
The versatile Lockheed F-35 Lightning II strike fighter has finally found itself aboard the new generation of British carriers such as HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Catch Up on Some New Reads...
T-43 'Universal Tank' Project
The T-43 'Universal Tank' project was to mate the mobility of the T-34 Mediun Tank with the protection of the KV-1 Heavy Tank - it was abandoned in favor of the T-34/85.
T-34M (A-43) Medium Tank
Intended to shore up the deficiencies in the original T-34, the T-34M was drawn up as its successor - but derailed by the German invasion of June 1941.
Conte di Cavour
This already-formidable WW1-era Dreadnought battleship of the Italian Navy was heavily modernized during the interwar period to make her even more potent.
Canon de 19 Modele 1870/93 TAZ
In need of mobile, large-caliber weaponry during World War 1, the French converted various artillery systems for the armored railway gun role.
Tupoelv Tu-16 "Badger"
This Tupolev high-altitude, jet-powered fast medium bomber entry proved itself a technological marvel and a market success for the Soviets.
Aeralis Dart Jet
The future of combat fighter training might revolve around modularity and common systems, an approach taken by this Aeralis concept.
Daher TBM (series)
For the discerning customer with the capital to spend on a high-performance passenger hauler, the Daher TBM single-engine, turboprop-powered offering fits the bill.
Neustrashimyy (class)
The end of the Cold War, and subsequent collapse of the Soviet Union, limited the impact of the Neustrashimyy-class ships.
In French Army service, the Cold War-era MILAN Anti-Tank Guided Missile weapon system has been officially succeeded by the all-modern MBDA MMP.
T-25 Light Tank
Another Soviet attempt at improving upon the successful T-26 Light Tank was seen through the ultimately-abandoned T-25 project.
T-46 Light Tank
This Soviet light tank experiment attempted to mate the American Christie suspension system with the existing hull and chassis of the T-26 series.
T-27 Tankette
The Soviet T-27 borrowed much from the British Carden-Loyd Tankette design on which it was originally based on - now modified to suit local requirements.
The Rheinmetall-Raytheon Lynx KF could figure into future U.S. Army plans.

Our comprehensive new listing covering airpower of the 'Big Four'.

Countering Allied airpower were hundeds of designs emerging from the Axis.

The promising Boeing V-280 Valor project continues its evolution.

Belgium becomes the 12th nation to commit to purchasing and operating the F-35.