• 4 December 2008

    Lockheed Martin Tests Multiple-Kill Vehicle

    Lockheed Martin announced today that its team successfully conducted a free-flight hover test of the US Missile Defence Agency's multiple-kill vehicle-L (MKV-L). The MKV-L is designed to destroy medium through...

  • 1 December 2008

    Lockheed ITT Partner to Land US Warfare Programme

    Lockheed Martin has teamed up with ITT Corporation to compete for the US Navy's surface electronic warfare improvement programme, which will lay the groundwork for Navy's next-generation electronic warfare system....

  • 30 November 2008

    RAF’s Innovative ASTOR Radar Now in Service

    The British MoD has officially declared the innovative ASTOR (airborne stand-off radar) system in service onboard the RAF's Sentinel R1 aircraft. The ASTOR System, which was developed under a £860m...

  • 26 November 2008

    Canada Upgrades Combat LAVs

    The Canadian government has awarded a contract to Ottawa based Engineering, Developing and Licensing Inc. to upgrade its combat LAV IIIs. The LAV IIIs are state-of-the-art infantry transport vehicles, which...

  • 25 November 2008

    New Attack Missile Completes First Guided Test

    An innovative new precision attack missile for the US military has completed its first guided test flight. A joint venture between Raytheon Missile Systems and Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire...

  • 24 November 2008

    UK MoD Dets New Upgraded Apaches

    The UK MoD has taken delivery of the first two of 67 Apache AH mk1 helicopters equipped with new sighting and targeting systems from AgustaWestland. AgustaWestland was awarded a £194m...

  • 23 November 2008

    US Army Orders QinetiQ Wearable Sniper Detectors

    QinetiQ has announced a $9.95m order from the US Army's Rapid Equipping Force (REF) for SWATS soldier-wearable acoustic targeting systems. This is the US army's first large-scale deployment of soldier-wearable...

  • 20 November 2008

    Balanced Approach Vital Warns MoD Air Chief

    The UK Air Force must keep a balanced approach to rapidly changing modern conflicts if it is to remain a leading power, a defence head has warned. The UK's Commander...


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