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The government of Iraq has approached the United States with a Foreign Military Sales shopping list worth more than $1.9 billion. Sought by Iraq are nuclear, biological and chemical Reconnaissance ground vehicles, helicopters and maintenance services.
Iraqi Air Force planes purchased from Beechcraft through a U.S. Foreign Military Sales deal are to continue to receive company logistics support. Beechcraft, headquartered in Kansas, said it has been awarded a 28-month contract extension for the
announced that its Link Simulation & Training division has won a contract from the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center to build two F-16 Block 52 Full Mission Trainers (FMTs). The flight simulators will be used to train pilots for the Iraqi
Two F-16 Block 52 Full Mission Trainers are to be built for the Iraqi air force by an L-3 Communications division under contract from the U.S...The award to Link Simulation and Training came from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.
On Friday, the Department of Defense threw bankrupt planemaker Hawker Beechcraft a bone, awarding the company's Hawker Beechcraft Defense Company a $22.6 million firm-fixed-price contract to continue work on the Iraqi T-6A trainer program. The T-6A
Iraq is buying 28 L-159 dual purpose trainer and combat jets from the Czech Republic under a deal worth $1 billion. The L-159, which can also be used as a light attack aircraft, is manufactured by the Aero Vodochody Co. "I am glad I can announce that
Spillover Threatens a Fragile Iraq Ali al-Mashhadani/Reuters Syrian refugees arrived at a camp in Anbar Province, Iraq, in August...The civil war in Syria is testing Iraq 's fragile society and fledgling democracy, worsening sectarian tensions,
The Air Force has awarded Cessna Aircraft with a $12.38 million contract for four C-208B Caravans for the Special Defense Acquisition Fund inventory. The contract also includes training for 16 pilots and 14 maintainers for future international
According to a report in the current issue of India Strategic (www.indiastrategic.in), all the three countries offered "huge" sums in the early 1980s, but the then prime minister Indira Gandhi said a firm "No". Surprisingly, then Iraqi president
COM 13 mins ago An Iraqi soldier stands near the site of a bomb attack Reuters (File Photo) On Sunday April 15, Iraq hosted its first arms fair in almost a decade. South Korea, which sent a large contingent to the expo, aims to sign a $700 million