Navy Turns to Off-the-Shelf Tablet for CH-53E Panel Upgrade

The system is the first fully integrated, hard-mounted commercial tablet to be used as a primary mission display on a naval aircraft.
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Critical Staffing Shortage Prompts Air Force to Recruit Retirees 

The service is seeking up to 1,000 retirees to return to active duty for a variety of special duty fields, including pilots and ...
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Marine Corps Confirms 5 Killed in CH-53 Crash

The Super Stallion heavy-lift helicopter was on a training flight when it went down late Tuesday in a remote area in Southern California.
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B-1Bs Begin Return to Ellsworth AFB Following Airstrikes

The long-range bombers had temporarily been relocated to another air base after a crash investigation shut down the runway.
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Search Underway for Missing CH-53 with 5 Marines Aboard

The heavy-lift helicopter en route to Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California, was reported "overdue."
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Virgin Galactic Grounded after Alignment Pin Detaches

The FAA confirmed it opened a mishap investigation and no public injuries or damage had been reported.
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Netherlands Stops F-16 Sale to U.S. Firm, Pledges Fighters to Ukraine

The Dutch government says it will now send two dozen fighter jets to bolster the war-torn country's air force.
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French Navy Orders Fleet of Small Airbus Maritime Drones

The Aliaca uncrewed surveillance system provides airborne surveillance, detection, and identification capabilities for high seas patrol boats and surveillance frigates.
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MH-139A Grey Wolf Training Unit Activates at Maxwell AFB

The detachment is the first active-duty flight training unit based at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, since the end of World War II.
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U.S. Deploys Long-Range Bombers for Airstrikes in Iraq, Syria

The barrage against 85 targets employed more than 125 precision munitions.
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