Associazione Arma Aeronautica Sezione Roma 2 Luigi Broglio

Source: Stratfor, Oct 13, 2020. Turkey is poised to soon test its new Russian S-400 missile system, betting that the immediate U.S. pushback will remain symbolic and not include sanctions. Turkey has signaled it will test the S-400 missile system near the Black Sea province of Sinop from Oct. 13-16, according to a “notice to airmen” from the Turkish government that warned of unspecific missile testing. Washington already ended Turkey’s participation in the F-35 program as punishment for purchasing the S-400 system, which it fears will provide Moscow with a backdoor to gain information on advanced NATO weapon systems, such as the F-35, in addition to fostering overall greater security cooperation between Turkey and Russia. U.S. President Donald Trump, however, has yet to signal any plans of enacting new sanctions on Turkey, which — while popular in Congress — would have to overcome a presidential veto. … To read the full article click here
Fonte: Startmag, di Chiara Rossi, 13 ottobre 202 C’è un programma in cantiere in Europa per portare delle capacità di sviluppo per produrre in modo innovativo le ali degli aerei. Fatti, ipotesi e scenari dopo le parole dell’amministratore delegato di Leonardo, Alessandro Profumo “C’è un programma di cui adesso non voglio parlare, perché auspicabilmente verrà definito nelle prossime settimane: noi potremo, nei nostri stabilimenti del Sud, se questo programma viene approvato dal sistema della Difesa europeo, per portare delle capacità di sviluppo per fare in modo innovativo delle ali”……. To read the full article click here
Source Breaking Defense, By   SYDNEY J. FREEDBERG JR.on October 12, 202 Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville and other top Army pilots say these new technologies, tactics, & training will keep aircraft alive against high-tech foes like Russia and China. WASHINGTON: The year is 2030, and an Army scout aircraft streaks above the treetops at 200 miles an hour. At speeds no conventional helicopter could reachadvanced sensors and automation help the human pilots skim over obstacles while staying under radar. Wireless networks link the manned craft to a swarm of unmanned ones: mini-drones to scout ahead, big flying “mules” to haul high-powered jamming pods and racks of missiles…….   To read the full article click here Image: The Sikorsky Raider-X (left) and the Bell 360 Invictus (right)
Fonte: Leonardo, 12 ottobre 2020 Il mondo della logistica si è sempre evoluto con una certa velocità, ma mai come in questi ultimi anni l’accelerazione è stata così vertiginosa. Il fattore che ha radicalmente mutato le esigenze degli operatori è l’e-commerce. ……. La risposta di Leonardo in questo contesto è Multisort500, la smistatrice cross-belt espressamente progettata per l’e-commerce……   To read the full press release click here
Source: Breaking Defense, by By   SYDNEY J. FREEDBERG JR. and THERESA HITCHENSon October 09, 2020 “Gen. Brown” – the Air Force Chief of Staff – “and I are both committed to making this happen,” Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville tells Breaking Defense. “It starts at the top.” WASHINGTON: The Army and Air Force have started delving deep into the technical nitty-gritty of sharing data and conducting joint experiments in 2021, taking their often-fraught collaboration to new heights after four years of debating broad concepts for future wars. “We spent a whole day on the Air Force-Army staff talks [last month] coming to an agreement on how we are going to be able to do the machine-to-machine exchange of data,” Gen. James McConville, Army Chief of Staff, said in an exclusive interview with Breaking Defense. Those staff talks led to a new Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) that McConville signed with his Air Force counterpart, Gen. Charles Brown…….   To read the full article click here