New light attack aircraft that target low priority threats could be built quicker...
AMA Rational Solutions in Challenging Situations
The AMA containerised systems are 'self sustained' units designed and manufactured to transport, transfer, dispense and collect a variety of fluids in support to military operations within the field.
IMI Systems and IAI unveil latest Rampage assault rocket
Israeli Military Industries Systems (IMI Systems) has unveiled the new Rampage long-range assault rocket, which was co-developed with Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).
USAF awards $928m contract to develop HCSW hypersonic missile
The US Air Force (USAF) has awarded a contract, valued at $928m, for the development of new hypersonic conventional strike weapon (HCSW) system.
Leonardo unveils new BriteCloud 55-T missile decoy
Leonardo has unveiled the latest variant of its BriteCloud missile decoy family, the BriteCloud 55-T, which is the first expendable decoy for the protection of military transport aircraft.
The OA-X experiment: is there a future for light attack aircraft?
New light attack aircraft that target low priority threats could be built quicker and cheaper than jet fighters, but does sending lightly armoured planes into battle put pilots at unacceptable risk? Julian Turner talks to aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia about a controversy that is 70 years in the making.
India and Russia complete negotiations for $5.92bn S-400 Triumf deal
India has negotiated with Russia for the procurement of S-400 Triumf air defence missile systems to be deployed with the Indian Air Force (IAF) for approximately Rs400bn ($5.92bn), said officials.
Afghan Air Force uses laser-guided bombs to improve strike capability
The Afghan Air Force has enhanced its strike capability with the implementation of the increased use of laser-guided bombs in southern Afghanistan.
BAE to demonstrate optical seeker for precision munitions
BAE Systems has secured a contract for the demonstration of an advanced optical seeker for use in precision-guided munitions.
Diehl and Boeing sign agreement on GBU-54 Laser JDAM
Arms manufacturing company Diehl Defence has signed a teaming agreement with US-based Boeing Defense, Space and Security to cooperate on marketing GBU-54 Laser Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) weapon systems in Germany.
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