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Category: Land

Bulgaria evaluates IFV proposals

The Bulgarian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has reported that it has received four proposals from interested bidders in the competitive procurement of 150 new wheeled infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) to equip three battalion-size battlegroups...

Indonesian shipyard lays keels for two tank landing ships

Key Points An Indonesian shipbuilder has laid down two more tank landing ships for the country’s navy The vessels will further improve the mobility of Indonesia’s armoured vehicles Indonesian shipbuilder PT Bandar Abadi has...

Bulgaria evaluates IFV proposals

The Bulgarian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has reported that it has received four proposals from interested bidders in the competitive procurement of 150 new wheeled infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) to equip three battalion-size battlegroups...

Indonesian shipyard lays keels for two tank landing ships

Key Points An Indonesian shipbuilder has laid down two more tank landing ships for the country’s navy The vessels will further improve the mobility of Indonesia’s armoured vehicles Indonesian shipbuilder PT Bandar Abadi has...

Robotic Research providing footwear sensors to US Army

The US Army is moving out with plans to outfit soldiers’ footwear with sensors designed to monitor their location, even in GPS-denied environments. Robotic Research announced on 19 December that it had secured a...

Indonesian shipyard lays keels for two tank landing ships

Key Points An Indonesian shipbuilder has laid down two more tank landing ships for the country’s navy The vessels will further improve the mobility of Indonesia’s armoured vehicles Indonesian shipbuilder PT Bandar Abadi has...

FMS contract awarded for Montenegrin JLTVs

Montenegro will receive 30 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles (JLTVs) under a Foreign Military Sales (FMS) contract announced by the US Department of Defense (DoD) and Oshkosh Defense on their websites on 17 and 18...

Malaysia, Turkey sign raft of defence industrial agreements

Malaysia and Turkey have signed a series of defence agreements supporting potential defence trade and defence industrial collaboration programmes. The accords, which strengthen Turkey’s position in the Southeast Asian country, were signed on 18...

Malaysia, Turkey sign raft of defence industrial agreements

Malaysia and Turkey have signed a series of defence agreements supporting potential defence trade and defence industrial collaboration programmes. The accords, which strengthen Turkey’s position in the Southeast Asian country, were signed on 18...

AI & Robots Crush Foes In Army Wargame

A simulated infantry platoon, reinforced with drones and ground robots, repeatedly routed defending forces three times its size — without losing a single human soldier. Would this work in real life? …read more Read...

US Army Orders additional M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzers

The U.S. Army has awarded BAE Systems a $249 million contract modification to complete an additional 60 M109A7 self-propelled howitzers that will bring improved artillery capabilities to the Army’s Armored Brigade Combat Teams (ABCTs)....

SRC forms force protection division

SRC, a US-based non-profit research and development company, has created a division to develop technology to defend troops and military assets against hostile unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and other threats. SRC recently said that...

Analysis: Russia to beef up its Iskander missile brigades

Russia’s battlefield overmatch relating to tactical missile systems appears to be growing with the introduction of more Iskander-M missile units. Miko Vranic reports On 16 December Russian broadsheet Izvestia published a story claiming that...

Kenya inaugurates new base in northeast

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta inaugurated a new base in Garissa County in the northeast of the country on 13 December. Modika Barracks will be the headquarters of the 6 Infantry Brigade and home to...

US-Indian ‘annex’ to strengthen defence industrial ties

Key Points Industrial Security Annex intended to facilitate US transfers of technologies New pact viewed as a step towards co-production, although barriers remain The United States and India have concluded agreements to expand defence...

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