Weapons

Weapons

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During the last three years, there has been a quantum leap in global UAV development and innovation: 80% of the patents published globally on...
IAI Barak 8 Missile

RAFAEL presented a $100 M contract to KRAS (Kalyani Rafael Advanced Systems India) for the manufacturing of 1,000 BARAK 8/ MRSAM missile kits to...
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While nuclear weapons and their hazards are well known, radiological weapons somewhat less so. Radiological weapons are designed to disperse highly dangerous and even...
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New weaponry is constantly being developed and improved to better equip infantry units. This will enhance their abilities to perform better out in combat...
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Chemical weapons used to be very prevalent years ago and are still pretty common today. They are extremely deadly and can cause a substantial...
Raytheon missile

  The United States Army has awarded Raytheon a $101.3 million to build radio-controlled, anti-tank missiles. The Department of Defense has announced that the company will...
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It is imperative for infantry units to be equipped with the finest weaponry. US soldiers have been using the same old rifles for years...
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A new military vehicle joint venture has been announced recently. Defense industries Rheinmetall and BAE Systems have launched a new, independent UK-based joint venture...
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In the chaos of combat, you only have seconds to identify a friend from foe before deciding whether or not to engage. Friendly fire...
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Did you know that 99% of the world’s fire ladder trucks cannot reach above the 7th floor? In times of danger emergency services will...
Photo Black Hornet US DoD

For the first time, a US infantry Army battalion will employ pocket-sized drones at the squad level on their upcoming Afghanistan deployment. Troops with...
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With the Navy being one of the most intense and challenging fields in the military, it is important for them to have some of...
biotech sensors

Increasing soldier’s survivability is a major concern for armed forces. The US Defense Department has been making progress on genetically engineered microorganisms that can...
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Attend the seventh Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2019. Register! Representatives from government, leading defense industries, military, security forces and law...
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Emergence and development in robotics, biotechnology and nanotechnology will significantly impact the homeland security market in the forthcoming years, empassing border security for land,...
video game missile

  In the past few years, playing video games have slowly been evolving from a simple way to relax and kill time into a legitimate...
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Morocco wants to develop a local military industry in order to reduce its dependence on foreign arms. After signing military technology share deals with...
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India has been searching for a successor to its unreliable INSAS rifle for a long time. The solution has been finally found in the...
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A new model could provide better training for schools and other organizations coping with the threat of an active shooter situation. Run, hide, fight....
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The U.S. Army airborne snipers have been testing a new weapon. They have recently conducted the first airborne infiltration operational tests of what could...
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A new Chinese gun tracking technology comes a decade after serial killer Zhou Kehua murdered a PLA soldier and stole his automatic rifle before...
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Subterranean warfare has become an integral part of current and future combat. As part of its Subterranean (SubT) Challenge, the Defense Advanced Research Projects...

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