Reason Building Group secured a $10.3 million contract to build an interim facility for the F-35 program, supporting several international partners. Sikorsky Aircraft won a $23.5 million deal for AI gearboxes in support of CH-53K aircraft. Israel revealed its new Barak tank equipped with artificial intelligence. The U.S. State Department approved a $150 million sale to repair Patriot missiles for Kuwait.
- Reason Building Group’s $10.3 million contract involves constructing a facility at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, for F-35 mission data development, benefiting international partners including Japan, South Korea, Israel, Belgium, and Poland.
- Sikorsky Aircraft’s $23.5 million contract focuses on the procurement of AI gearbox assemblies for CH-53K aircraft, with all work expected to be completed by March 2029 in Stratford, Connecticut.
- Israel’s new Barak tank is outfitted with artificial intelligence, sensors, radar, and small cameras, aiming to provide superiority on the battlefield through advanced enemy detection and targeting.
- The U.S. State Department’s $150 million approval is for the repair and recertification of Patriot missiles for Kuwait, extending their operational life to thirty years.
- The Estonian army is forming a unit solely focused on loitering munitions, possibly the first of its kind in NATO, inspired by lessons from the Ukrainian war.