U.S. military surveillance activities on North Korea have begun in earnest as the joint U.S.-South Korean military exercise began on Monday.
Visitors look at a miniature of a light aircraft carrier on display at the International Maritime Defense Industry Exhibition (Madex) in Busan on Wednesday. Some 120 companies from seven countries are participating in the exhibition.
Incheon International Airport Corporation signed an agreement with Israel’s state-owned aerospace and aviation manufacturer to build an aircraft conversion center at Incheon International Airport.
Air Force Chief of Staff Lee Seong-yong gives the thumbs up shortly before taking off to direct a training mission in a domestically-produced KT-1 aircraft at an air base in Sacheon, South Gyeongsang.
A nearly completed prototype of Korea's first indigenous fighter jet was unveiled to the media in Sacheon, South Gyeongsang on Wednesday ahead of its official rollout in April.
The South Korean military approved a 2-trillion-won ($1.8 billion) plan to construct a light aircraft carrier for the Navy by 2033, Korea’s arms procurement agency announced Monday.
Everdigm, a construction equipment provider, is developing a type of fire truck that is designed for suppressing fire on aircraft.
Korea’s plan to sell its FA-50 light combat aircraft to Argentina is dead in the water after Britain, which manufactures parts for the planes, barred the sale on the grounds of a decades-old arms embargo.
Korea will double the number of F-35 stealth fighter jets it will buy from the United States, including variants that will operate on the country’s first aircraft carrier, according to military sources.
South Korea will acquire a light aircraft carrier and develop a multi-tiered missile interception system as part of its 300 trillion won ($252.7 billion) defense plan for the next five years, announced Seoul’s Ministry of National Defense on Monday.