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Swedish Army showcases StrisimPC training system

The Swedish Army showcased its StrisimPC simulation system at the 2019 International Training and Education Conference (ITEC), which was held in Stockholm from 14 to 16 May. StrisimPC is a simulation tool for individual...

UAE to buy Javelin shoulder-fired anti-tank missiles

The U.S. State Department approved the sale of 331 shoulder-fired anti-tank missiles with container to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to strengthen security in the region and modernise the country’s military, the U.S. Defense...

U.S. Army’s Devil Brigade proves fit to fight

The U.S. Army’s Devil Brigade proves its ability to alert, marshal, and deploy forces and equipment for contingency operations or an emergency disaster. The Devil Brigade is part of more than 6,000 U.S. regionally-allocated...

SOFIC 2019: L3 Technologies unveils the Fused GPNVG

L3 Technologies launched a new variant of its Ground Panoramic Night Vision Goggles (GPNVGs) at the 2019 SOFIC, which was held in Florida from 20 to 23 May. The Fused GPNVG (F-Pano) solution, which...

Palestinian security forces receive more Al-Jawad vehicles

The Palestinian Authority᾿s (PA᾿s) National Security Forces (NSF) have received a second batch of five Al-Jawad armoured vehicles, Palestinian security sources told Jane’s on 22 May. Based on the Ford F-550 chassis, the Al-Jawad...

KF41 Lynx IFV: In from the cold

Key Points Rheinmetall has positioned its KF41 Lynx IFV as a potential replacement for three different Cold War-era platforms Unlike its predecessors Lynx is designed to be as future-proof as possible, while accounting for...

Saab reveals Sirius passive sensor system

Saab has unveiled a new passive sensor system called Sirius at the Electronic Warfare Europe (EWE) 2019 exhibition in Stockholm in May. The system uses existing Saab sensor technology but includes new sensor management,...

Abrams’ upgraded version demonstrates increased lethality

The latest version of Abrams tanks demonstrates increased lethality during undergoing new system upgrade testing. Ironhorse troopers from 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment are spending time in the field, testing system upgrades to their...

Brazilian budget freeze not expected to affect naval modernisation

Despite public predictions to the contrary, Brazilian naval operations and proposed modernisation projects will likely be unaffected by the “freeze” of 44% Brazil’s non-discretionary defence budget, or approximately BRL5.8 billion (USD1.4 billion) for the...

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