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Northrop Grumman launches Nomad UGV

Northrop Grumman has rolled out a new unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), designed with independent tracks that enable the system to manoeuvre over obstacles, climb stairs, and handle a 60° incline. Nomad, part of the...

Russian engineers build bridge over Euphrates

Key Points Russia has deployed additional river-crossing equipment to Syria The move is to speed up the expansion of the bridgehead on the eastern side of the Euphrates Russian army engineers have built a...

Escribano offers add-on SAL section for 70 mm artillery rockets

Spanish engineering house Escribano is developing a new, add-on semi-active laser terminal guidance section for integration with government-furnished equipment (GFE) surface-launched, fin-stabilised, unguided 70 mm artillery rockets. Escribano’s Semi-Active Laser Kit (SALK) section comprises...

Vietnam, Hungary prepare defence industry accord

Vietnam and Hungary are preparing the terms of a defence agreement that will feature military technologies and defence industrial collaboration, the Ministry of National Defence (MND) in Hanoi announced on 26 September. The MND...

Rila MRAP enters production

The International Armored Group (IAG) of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has confirmed to Jane’s that it has secured an export order for its latest 4×4 Rila mine resistant ambush protected (MRAP) with production...

Northrop wins UK MoD contract for Cutlass EOD vehicle support

The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has contracted Northrop Grumman to continue providing in-service support for the Cutlass explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) remotely controlled vehicle used by the British Armed Forces. …read more Read...

Army Plans To Halt WIN-T Buy; Shuffle Network $$

WASHINGTON: After almost a decade of reporting on the Army’s crucial networks, I’d thought they’d started to get things right. Boy, was I wrong. At a hearing this afternoon of the House Armed Services...

Army Plans To Halt WIN-T Buy; Shuffle Network $$

WASHINGTON: After almost a decade of reporting on the Army’s crucial networks, I’d thought they’d started to get things right. Boy, was I wrong. At a hearing this afternoon of the House Armed Services...

Chinese soldiers operate flamethrower in training

The Central Military Commission of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) released images of mountain offensive operation drill when Chinese soldiers used flamethrower. A flamethrower operator assigned to a brigade with the PLA Army...

Major order for Rheinmetall

Rheinmetall will soon be modernizing part of the Bundeswehr’s fleet of Leopard main battle tanks, implementing a comprehensive array of upgrade measures. The Dusseldorf-based technology group for mobility and security will be responsible for...

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