DEFENSE India on Oct. 8 officially received the first of 36 Dassault Rafale fighters ordered under a 2016 intergovernmental agreement. After training in France, the Indian Air Force Rafales will arrive in-country in May 2020. Collins Aerospace is to deliver up to 3,018 ACES 5 ejection seats to replace the escape systems in five U.S. Air Force combat aircraft fleets, after rival Martin-Baker was excluded from the competition. The U.S. Air Force has stood up an Advanced Aircraft office to ...

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