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Jordanian Centauro upgrade contract announced

Spanish company Star Defence Logistics and Engineering (SDLE) announced on 15 November that it has begun work on a maintenance and modernisation contract for 80 of Jordan’s Centauro B1 armoured reconnaissance vehicles. The upgrade...

Roketsan discloses Karaok short-range ATGM development

Roketsan has disclosed initial details of a new 125 mm manportable short-range anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) that is currently in an accelerated phase of development. Designed to equip airborne infantry, amphibious assault units, and...

FNSS to show Marine Assault Vehicle in 2019

The first examples of the Turkish Marine Assault Vehicle (MAV) – called the Zaha project – are to be unveiled at the IDEF Defence Exhibition to be held in Istanbul, Turkey, in May 2019,...

Rheinmetall starts work on Australian vehicle centre

Rheinmetall Defence Australia (RDA) announced the start of construction of its new military vehicle production facility in Queensland, Australia, on 16 November. In a press release, RDA said its Military Vehicle Centre of Excellence...

China’s Hongda details HD-1 supersonic cruise missile family

China’s Guangdong Hongda Blasting Company (Hongda), a Guangzhou-based company specialising in mining and industrial explosives, has showcased its new indigenously developed and export-oriented HD-1 supersonic cruise missile designed for precision land attack and anti-ship...

Ukraine army receives new batch of modern military vehicles

The Ukrainian military received 70 units weapons and military equipment, in particular, the modernized T-72 tanks, new BTR-3, the “Stugna-P” and “Corsar” anti-tank missile systems, mobile all-round radars “Delta”, the newest armored car “Warta”...

Russian deploys new CBRN vehicle to Syria

Russia has deployed its newest chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) reconnaissance vehicle to Syria to operate with military police units patrolling the Idlib de-escalation zone. An RKhM-6 vehicle was seen in footage shown...

Australian firm TAE expands through engine support facility

Australian firm TAE Aerospace has started building a facility in Queensland positioned to support the engines that power the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF’s) Lockheed Martin F-35 fighter aircraft. Announcing the development, the Australian...

Next HASC Chair Targets Nuke Funding

Rep. Adam Smith called into question the decades-old backbone of US nuclear policy, while calling for a “total redo” of the Nuclear Posture Review the Pentagon released earlier this year. …read more Read more...

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