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Army Approves New Advanced Manufacturing Policy

The Army has approved a new advanced manufacturing policy to bolster the use of 3D printing and robotics to build materials for new capabilities, and push for future contracts to include requirements encouraging contractors...

Army Secretary Ramps Up 3D Printing

A new policy orders organizations across the Army to embrace advanced manufacturing to “fundamentally change” both modernization and readiness. …read more Read more here:: Breaking Defense (Land)

FLIR to unveil tether kit for drones

US-based FLIR Systems has developed a tether kit that can dramatically increase the endurance of its SkyRanger R70 and R80D SkyRaider small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), according to company officials. The tether will provide...

Saudi Arabia to recapitalise 4×4 fleet

Saudi Arabia has begun efforts to acquire a new range of 4×4 vehicles for use by multiple government organisations in a significant procurement programme. Speaking to Jane’s , SAMI CEO Andreas Schwer said that...

Turkish laser weapon passes acceptance tests

The Vehicle-Mounted Laser System (ARMOL) designed and developed by the Informatics and Information Security Research Centre (BİLGEM) of Turkey’s Scientific and Technological Research Council (TÜBİTAK) has successfully completed acceptance tests, according to a press...

Iran displays guidance upgrade for artillery rockets

The Iranian Army unveiled what appeared to be a new guidance upgrade called the Labeik that converts existing artillery rockets into surface-to-surface missiles on 3 October. Several Labeik units were displayed in an event...

KAI Night Intruder 600 VT takes off

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) announced that the Night Intruder 600 VT vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicle (VTOL UAV) had successfully performed its maiden flight in South Jeolla province on 24 September. The...

South Korea, UAE deepen industrial ties

South Korea and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have agreed to strengthen defence industrial links, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul has said. Following bilateral defence talks in Abu Dhabi on 2...

Visualizing The Invisible Battle: Raytheon’s EWPMT

With the new Raytheon software, the Army will no longer be fighting blind against enemy radio jamming — but its own jammers to strike back remain years away. …read more Read more here:: Breaking...

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