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Despite the considerable fall in ESG mentions across defence, Thales has announced it will join the CAC SBT 1,5° climate index on the Paris Stock Exchange.
Australia’s acquisition and upgrades will total $1.5bn as the Pacific nation attempts to fulfill its pledges outlined in the Defence Strategic Review.
General Atomics will leverage EO Vista’s “rapid innovation” in electro-optical sensor systems that “set new standards of performance and affordability.”
The UK government cannot afford to invest in everything, so emerging start-ups must learn to share the financial risk as well as benefits.
The defence prime has been selected for DARPA’s four-year Glide Breaker programme to design and develop hypersonic interceptors.
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USAF’s B-52 fleet will benefit from greater situational awareness with RTX’s APG-79 AESA technology – a considerable advancement from the fleet’s legacy radar.
A flurry of social media posts report that Ukraine fired ten Storm Shadow missiles at the Russian-occupied naval shipyard in Sevastopol.
Industrial partners for GCAP have agreed next steps on collaboration and have also agreed upon a joint project delivery set-up for ISANKE & ICS electronics.
The UK Defence Committee published its findings that aircraft procurement is falling behind the required force structure needed to offset retiring platforms.
The prime presented the fighter at a Defence Industry Exhibition in Kielce, Poland, hoping that the Republic will extend its record of interoperability with American platforms.