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Nexter pushes T40 turret development

Nexter Systems of France has now completed two of its T40M two-person turrets armed with the CTAI 40 mm Case Telescoped Armament System (CTAS) and roof-mounted remote weapon station (RWS), the company has confirmed...

NORINCO develops 76.2 mm mobile air-defence system

China North Industries Corporation (NORINCO) has released details of its latest 76.2 mm self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (SPAAG), which is designated as the SA2. The SA2 is mounted on a 6×6 cross-country truck chassis that...

Nexter reveals FINDERS updates

Nexter revealed a number of additional capabilities incorporating new technology for its FINDERS command-and-control (C2) software at IDEX 2017 in Abu Dhabi. The existing FINDERS Crewshare capability makes use of vehicle vetronics to ensure...

Shoigu talks up new formations, spending plans

Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu has announced that the country’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans to have completed the formation of four new divisions by the end of 2017. Speaking before the State Duma...

Savantage secures JETS IDIQ contract from US DLA

Software company Savantage Solutions has been awarded a new indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract by the US Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for the delivery of J6 enterprise technology services (JETS). …read more...

Achleitner Shield

Available as a passenger carrier, in cargo, pick up and ambulance configuration, the Achleitner Shield offers a secure, versatile and discreet means of protected transport. …read more Read more here:: Army Technology (Land)

Expanding 10ft ISO Ablution Shelters

Nordic Shelter offers a truly innovative solution to meet the need for rapid deployable, easy transportable latrines and showers in the field. Download the white paper to find out more. …read more Read more...

LITPOLUKRBRIG kicks off Brave Band training

With Battle Staff Training Brave Band, military and civilian personnel from Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade Command begin a new training cycle for 2017, on 27 February 2017. During the next five days, the multinational staff will...

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