On Wednesday, March 8th, Canadian Armed Forces program editor Alexis Amini was interviewed by the Monocle Daily on the topic of Canada’s fighter jet procurement.
In part two of a three part series, Alexander Sawicki explains all of the major Canadian Forces procurement projects currently underway in the RCAF.
In five years time, The Canadian government will need to make a decision concerning the CF-18 replacements. Having an open competition where F-35s win may provide a closer scenario where Canada can acquire the right equipment, at the right price, at the right time. Must we only pick two?
Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin is seeking proposals from Canadian companies interested in expanding and investing in Oman. They will work with the successful proposal(s) to put together a potential offset project that meets the Oman offset guidelines. Private Client A global company with presence in Canada is looking for companies interested in providing budgetary quotes […]
Canada faces two program options in replacing its 79 operational CF-18 Hornets: replacing them entirely with 65 new F-35s at $17 billion to $45.8 billion or repairing the current Hornets. Currently, Canada has paid the latest payment to the F-35’s Joint Strike Fighter program, delaying the imminent decision the Liberal government faces in replacing the […]
Once the weapon of choice for science fiction writers, laser are fast becoming the focus of states and weapons manufacturers as new technological developments emerge.