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U.S. Army battles to keep Humvee fleet

The U.S. Army plans to seek funding in the fiscal year 2020 to keep ageing Humvee fleet, according to Inside Defense specializes in exclusive, hard-hitting news on Defense Department programs, procurement and policy-making. According...

U.S. Army orders $45 million of explosive

Pentagon, through its U.S. Army Contracting Command, has awarded Accurate Energetic Systems LLC a contract for supply explosive. The contract, announced Thursday by the U.S. Department of Defense, is worth more than $45 million...

Industry News: V11N2

New Drone Training Program Botach, Inc. (a drone reseller–drone service provider and distributor of tactical products to the U.S. Public Safety channel and the U.S. government) announced a reseller/training partnership with Las Vegas-based Sundance...

The Rise of the Vityaz

ABOVE: On the range with the Vityaz-SN and a Zenitco suppressor. A High Performance SMG Despite Growing Pains In 1993, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs requested a new pistol caliber submachine gun for...

Russia’s 6V7M anti-materiel rifle cleared for export

Russia’s newest 6V7M 12.7 mm anti-materiel rifle (AMR), a part of the Ratnik soldier modernisation suite, has been cleared for export sales, a source from Rostec’s High-Precision Weapons (HPW) business told Jane’s . “The...

U.S. Army orders more body armor for soldiers

Pentagon has announced on 6 March that the U.S. Army decided to buy more lightweight torso and side body armor that protects soldiers while reducing their carrying load. According to a statement released by...

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