Special Forces

Special Forces

The US Army has purchased from Boeing Nine more MH-47G Block II Chinook helicopters for its Special Operations Aviation Command. The service is expected...
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Morocco is equipping its special forces with new tactical vehicles. Rabat has signed an agreement with the French Company Arquus for the supply of...

Current military forces communications rely on increasingly complex and intelligent two-way data networks that link everyone from the commander to the frontline troops. These...

U.S. Special Operations Command is moving forward to adopt a new sniper support weapon chambered in the longer-range 6.5mm Creedmoor round. If all goes well...
battlefield decision making

US Special Operations Command wants to equip small teams of operators with advanced smart-soldier gear to stay connected with intel assets anywhere in the...

By Arie Egozi The Pentagon is considering eliminating or reducing its participation in the multinational force in Sinai. This position was expressed recently at a...

A new armored tactical vehicle is sought by U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) for use by ground troops. SOCOM is looking for a new...

By Arie Egozi The U.S army and its special forces will soon evaluate the latest versions of the Rafael's Spike missiles. The evaluation will be...

Room clearing is part of military operations in urban terrain, close-quarters combat, and active-shooter responses. This complex and risky action involves the identification of...

The Armed Forces of Turkmenistan are being rearmed with the ARX160A1/A2 5.56 mm assault rifles made by the Italian company Beretta and the Tavor-family...
Singapore's command center

In response to the growing threat of transnational terrorism, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has commissioned its new Special Operations Command Center (SOCC). It...
tactical radio for US combatants

Special Operations combatants need good communication technology that is suitable for on the move missions. Now, new software-defined radio systems are going to improve...
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Updated geospatial data is needed more and more in order to enhance the situational awareness of soldiers at the field. One World Terrain (OWT)...
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By Arie Egozi IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi said that Israel’s northern front is the most fragile and at risk of deteriorating into war....
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Biometric data ― like fingerprints, voice recordings or even selfies ― could be the next frontier in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. “The opportunity for...
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The US Army has set a new priority - subterranean warfare. Late last year, the Army launched an accelerated effort that funnels some $572...
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Training for the US Navy is considered to be one of the most difficult things someone ever has to go through. Some believe the...
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A ground-breaking Israeli development is currently undergoing a testing and confirmation process by the Israel Police - a four-wheeled tactical vehicle, the EZRaider. The...

A Russian face recognition system can be used to control access and prevent unsanctioned access in the military sector. The monitoring cameras of the...

Drawing on the experience of violent incidents such as the Beslan school siege in which over 1,100 people were held hostage, and the Moscow...
special operations

U.S. Special Operations Command will equip its combatants with a new sniper rifle model. The command has awarded a nearly $50 million contract to...
special operations

A new weapon will enhance Germany’s special operations capabilities. The latest version of Heckler & Koch’s HK416 carbine will be supplied to two of...

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