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Category: Land

Japan positions for advanced military technologies

Japan’s new defence policy, which will be introduced before the end of the year, is expected to put emphasis on the development of military capabilities in cyber, artificial intelligence (AI), and autonomous systems, it...

Raytheon’s OCX clears IA hurdle

Raytheon announced it has completed cybersecurity vulnerability testing of the GPS Next-Generation Operational Control System (GPS OCX). The enhanced ground control segment of the US Air Force-led GPS III satellite programme demonstrated the ability...

Nammo pursues C-UAV ammunition development

Ammunition manufacturer Nammo is looking to expand its range of 40 mm grenades to include non-lethal examples optimised for counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (C-UAV) applications in military peacetime operations or in crowded urban environments. Company...

Russia poised to be awarded Indian Army MANPADS contract

India’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) is poised to award Russian export agency Rosoboronexport a USD1.5 billion contract to supply the Indian Army (IA) with man-portable air-defence systems (MANPADS). Official sources told Jane’s that KB...

Russia refits Missile Troops and Artillery

The Russian Missile Troops and Artillery (MT&A) are receiving new weapon systems, the chief of the service, Lieutenant General Mikhail Matveevsky, told Russian media on 19 November. “The troops continue to receive 2S19M2 Msta-SM...

Can Army Afford Electronic Warfare Force It Wants?

WASHINGTON: Army planners are thrashing out how many electronic warfare specialists the service needs, not just to rebuild radio-jamming and spoofing capability in combat units, but to create a training cadre that can sustain...

North Korea May Have Tested New Long-Range Artillery

SEOUL: North Korea’s newly developed tactical weapon is thought to be a long-range artillery piece, a government source in Seoul said Friday, hours after Pyongyang’s media reported on leader Kim Jong-un’s supervision of its...

US Marines seek new UVS capability

The US Marine Corps Rapid Capabilities Office (MCRCO) is interested in lightening the load that infantry marines currently carry by equipping squads with new unmanned vehicle technologies. In a recent request for information posted...

Romania pursues replacement MBT

Romania is seeking a replacement for its existing TR-85 M1 main battle tank (MBT), Lieutenant Colonel Valentin Torcica, chief of the Romanian Ministry of Defence’s Armoured Office, announced on the last day of the...

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