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technological front

Norway has been challenged by what it calls continued “electronic harassment” of critical communications systems and networks by the Russian government. To better protect...
uavs

A US unmanned aerial vehicle detachment in Poland becomes fully operational. The USAF MQ-9 based in Poland will begin flying over the Baltics to...
sniper rifle

Russia is developing a new sniper rifle within the framework of the Ugolyok project. The new bi-caliber sniper rifle and its ammunition load will...
geospatial capatilibies

Beijing has recently purchased a high-performance software from the Belgium-based defense contractor Luciad. The company, which has recently become a part of Hexagon Geospatial...
NATO

NATO members are accelerating efforts to cooperate on the development and fielding of unmanned maritime systems, according to an agreement signed by the defense...
patriot missiles

The US Army has awarded Raytheon a new Foreign Military Sales (FMS) contract, worth more than $1.5bn, to manufacture Patriot missile units for Poland....

Amid concerns in the West about Serbia's close military and other ties with Russia, Serbia is to host a NATO emergency response exercise. The...

Looking to boost its defenses amid growing tensions with Russia, Sweden will buy from Raytheon the Patriot air defense missile systems. The deal will...

The first successful guided flight test of Raytheon's ESSM Block 2 intermediate-range, surface-to-air missile has been completed by the U.S. Navy. The Block 2...
friend or foe

New systems that distinguish between enemy and friendly forces were exposed by an Israeli company. Thermal Beacon Ltd. developed high-end, innovative thermal IFF (Identification...
missile systems

India, Turkey and Saudi Arabia are likely to go ahead with S-400 missile defense systems purchase from Moscow, despite the Countering America's Adversaries through...
laser designator

A new optical and laser designation payload system for small to midsize UAV applications was released recently. UTC Aerospace Systems which launched its new...
special forces

Special Forces are trained for specific purposes and often require special equipment, including in the tactical communications field. A new control unit developed for...
turkish military forces

The Turkish Armed Forces, which are a part of the U.S. Department of Defense’s JSF program, along with a number of prominent NATO allies...
puma uav

Small UAVs have helped transform the way U.S. and allied forces plan, train, equip and operate. Now, the Puma UAV is fielded to the...
IAI

Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI) and Czech Aero Vodochody AEROSPACE a.s. signed a partnership agreement relating to technical and marketing cooperation for the military...
interoperability

Interoperability in coordinating plans and communicating in battle is especially important when several armies are involved. The U.S. Army in Europe needs to ensure...
target drone

A new model of a target drone will support military training. Following comprehensive testing, Leonardo’s new Mirach-40 (M-40) target drone has been authorized for...
3d printer

In many instances, military forces have to cope with situations whereas an urgently needed spare part is not available on site and it would...
radar deal

The Czech Republic Ministry of Defence is understood to have deferred a deal to buy Eight ELM-2084 multi-mission radar systems worth Euro 175 million...
special forces

Special forces around the world are interested in ISR capabilities, which is often associated with on-the-ground targeting and drone surveillance during operations. Recently, there...
NATO

By Arie Egozi In recent months, Turkey has made some moves that put the value of this country’s membership in NATO under a considerable doubt....

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