Weapons

Weapons

drone-missile

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  China is developing a new drone that uses ground effect technology to skim the surface of the ocean. There were social media reports that China...
electronic warfare

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The US Army’s Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO) has recently sent its near-term electronic warfare (EW) capability solution to Europe, and soldiers there will get a...
improvised threat

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  The easy access to low-cost, sophisticated technology enables hostile elements to deploy a diverse and ever-evolving range of improvised threats, such as improvised explosive...
brain

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The frequent use of explosive devices in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars has given birth to a new type of war injury: multiple mild...
small arms

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India’s first private-sector small arms manufacturing plant was inaugurated by the Indian group Punj Lloyd and its joint venture partner Israel Weapon Industries (IWI)....
navigation

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The US Military’s concept of combat is that in the near future all domains of war will be contested, a multi-domain battle. This includes...
military equipment

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Russia will showcase 240 pieces of Russian military equipment, including the Arena-E active protection system, Kornet-E antitank missile system at an international defense industry...
nerve gas

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New evidence supports the conclusion that Syrian government forces have used nerve agents on at least four occasions in recent months: on April 4,...
DARPA

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Although the U.S. military has already deployed the power of biology and nature before, e.g. the Navy trains dolphins to detect underwater mines, the...
reconnaissance satellite

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SpaceX took on a bold new challenge recently, launching a “classified spacecraft payload” for the United States’ National Reconnaissance Office for the first time. The...
Indian-made equipment

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A variety of Indian-made equipment has been handed over to key Indian security agencies. The Indian Defense Minister, Arun Jaitley, handed over E-Nasika, an...
new ballistic technology

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A new ballistic technology is helping US federal agents and police create a day in the life of the guns being used by criminals...
special operations

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The U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) - office of Science and Technology strives to deliver game-changing technology to enable US warfighters to have an...
weaponized drones

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Weaponized drones represent a future for policing — and could be a necessary option in moments when lives are at stake, as some lawmakers...
mother of all bombs

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By Arie Egozi The tension with North Korea may ease temporarily but this country will still be a problem for the world. Using nuclear bombs against...
dangerous materials

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Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in the U.S. have been working for nearly a decade on methods to...
policemen vests

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  A group of bioengineering students from Vanderbilt University in Tennessee has found a way to leverage technology to protect police officers nationwide. Their quest started...
Artillery-Locating Radar

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South Korea announced recently that it has developed an advanced artillery-locating radar to help counter North Korea's rocket threats more effectively. The mobile radar...
ship-to-ground guided missiles

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South Korea has completed the development phase of new tactical ship-to-ground guided missiles which would enhance its ability to strike North Korea's key military...
special forces

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  A variant of a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV or Humvee) showcased at the LAAD exhibition held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in...

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