Japan's military is lagging in terms of its digitisation, but a smart base experiment could begin to turn the tide.
Boeing strives to climb out of Pegasus money pit
The KC-46A Pegasus programme passed an ignominious milestone in late January, when the out-of-pocket costs of $5.1 billion for Boeing to develop the USAF tanker exceeded the $4.9 billion contributed by the Pentagon.
The programme — launched ten years ago this month — is at least another two years from being in the clear.
In late January in its financial report for Q4 2020, Boeing advised shareholders of a $275 million charge for the KC-46 programme, bringing total pre-tax charges during 2020 to $1.3 billion. This was the worst single year of unforeseen Pegasus development costs for ...
More from Military Logistics
Kuwait will use the Oshkosh Defense heavy vehicles to transport heavy equipment, including legacy and new main battle tanks.
The new bridging systems will provide new, lightweight, medium gap-crossing capability to very high readiness forces.
Bittium has received a purchase order from the Finnish Defence Forces for Bittium TAC WIN and Tough VoIP system support.
New facility will support the global fleet of Leonardo-made helicopters.
Despite plans to retire the P-3C Orion from German Navy service, the MoD is procuring MRO equipment to support the aircraft.