Wednesday, 30 September 2015

HGH Supporting Royal Navy with Revolutionary, Mobile C2S Platform for Protection of Ships at Sea

International manufacturer of award-winning panoramic infrared thermal imaging systems, HGH Infrared Systems, have been selected by the British Navy to incorporate their Spynel-S 3500 into an integrated Compact Combat System (C2S) for situational awareness and ship-based protection against small fast inshore attack crafts (FIACs). The innovative system has already been tested in trials in the UK and will be used in part towards securing war ships in perilous locations.

Iraq and Saudi Arabia plan to acquire BMP-3 armoured infantry fighting vehicles from Russia

Iraq plans to acquire 500 and Saudi Arabia 950 BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicles from Russia, Albert Bakov, first vice president and co-owner of the Tractor Works Concern, the manufacturer of this armoured vehicle. The BMP-3 is in service with many countries including United Arab Emirates, Cyprus, Indonesia, Kuwait and South Korea.
Russian-made BMP-3 armoured infantry fighting vehicle during live demonstration at defense exhibition in Moscow. 
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Defense Ministry of Russia could invest more money to develop the new BMP-3 Dragoon Dragun IFV

According to Tractor Plants Concern official, the Russian Defense Ministry could allocate extra funding for developing the new version of the BMP-3 infantry fighting vehicle, under the name of BMP-3 Dragoon or Dragun. The vehicle was unveiled for the first time during the Russia Arms Expo 2015 that took place in Nizhny Tagil (Russia) from the 9 to 12 September 2015. 
BMP-3 Dragoon (Dragun) at Russia Arms Expo 2015, defense exhibition in Nizhny Tagil, Russia. (Picture copyright Army Recognition)
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Russia and India could develop a new generation of armoured infantry fighting vehicle

Russia and India are considering co-development of a new generation infantry fighting vehicle at an Indian enterprise, Albert Bakov, first vice president and co-owner of the Tractor Plants Concern, told TASS on Wednesday, September 30, 2015.
Project of Indian-made Abhay tracked armoured infantry fighting vehicle
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Successful M51 Ballistic Missile SLBM Test by French Defense Procurement Agency DGA

The French Defense Procurement Agency (DGA) flight tested an M51 submarine launched ballistic missile (SLBM) from a test center in South Western France. This successful test is part of the development of the new version of the M51 missile as planned by the 2014 - 2019 French military planning law.

Russia has carried out its first airstrike in Syria near the city of Homs

According CNN, Russia has carried out its first airstrike in Syria, near the city of Homs. Today, the upper chamber of the Russian parliament has unanimously given a formal consent to President Putin to use the nation’s military in Syria to fight terrorism at a request from the Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Russian Air Force Sukhoi Su-34 fighter-bomber aircraft
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US Special Operations Forces to receive Harris' new specialized handeld tactical radios

Harris Corporation has been awarded a single-source IDIQ contract with a ceiling value of $390 million to supply a new specialized handheld tactical radio to U.S. Special Operations Forces (SOF). The IDIQ contract consists of a five-year base and an additional one-year option. 

Larsen and Toubro selected to supply 100 self-propelled howitzers to the Indian Army

India is finally set to get its own mobile howitzers that will reverse the longheld Pakistani battlefield edge on artillery guns. The guns Pakistan have were supplied by the US ostensibly for the 'war on terror'. In a deal that would also fit the 'Make in India' mandate, domestic manufacturer Larsen and Toubro has emerged as the finalist for a $750-million contract to supply 100 self-propelled artillery guns to the Indian Army.
Larsen and Toubro will produce its K9 VAJRA-T self-propelled howitzer for the Indian Army

Saab to supply new advanced training system for the Austrian army

The Swedish defence and security company Saab has today signed a contract with the Austrian Federal Ministry of Defence to supply a new advanced training system for the Austrian army. The order value is approximately SEK180 million ($21.5 mn) and deliveries are planned from 2015 to 2018. Production will take place in Huskvarna.
Among other training and simulation systems, Saab is proposing its Manpack 300 portable training system
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Indian Navy Commissions Second Kolkata Class Guided Missile Destroyer INS Kochi

INS ‘Kochi’ was commissioned by the Hon'ble Defence Minister, Shri Manohar Parrikar, at Naval Dockyard, Mumbai, on 30 September 2015. Kochi is the second ship of the Kolkata-class (Project 15A) Guided Missile Destroyers. The contract for three ships of Kolkata class was signed as follow-on of the Delhi Class Destroyers, which were commissioned into the Indian Navy more than a decade ago.

Canadian Rangers select Finnish C-19 Sako rifle to replace old hunting rifle

The Canadian Rangers are bidding adieu to the hunting rifle that has served them well for nearly 70 years and reactions to its replacement are positive. The new prototype rifle, the C-19, was designed by Finland’s Sako, based on its Tikka T3 CTR model. Manufacturing will be done by Colt Canada.
Sako C-19 rifle
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Russia's Northern Fleet Slava Class Cruiser Marshal Ustinov to rejoin Russian Fleet in 2016

The Russian Navy Northern Fleet missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov, currently undergoing repairs and modernization at the Zvyozdochka defense shipyard in Severodvinsk, northwest Russia, will be armed with a new missile system and will be back in service again in 2016, the enterprise’s general director Nikolay Kalistratov said Tuesday. The Marshal Ustinov, a Slava-class missile cruiser, was launched in 1982 and commissioned with the Russian Northern Fleet in 1986. It has been undergoing a refit at the Zvezdochka shipyard in northern Russia since 2011.

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

ECA Group delivers its new generation USV INSPECTOR Mk2 for underwater survey and inspection

ECA Group announces the release of its new generation Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV) Inspector MK2. Equipped with a wide variety of sensors, effectors and associated mission management software, this comprehensive platform offers a unique solution to various naval tasks.

Full Operational Capability for the Royal Navy’s Mk2 Merlins

The first AgustaWestland AH101 Mk2 Merlin helicopters of the Royal Navy have achieved full operational capability. Of the total 30 Merlin Mk1 23 have already been delivered on time and budget under the 25-year Merlin Capability Sustainment Programme (MCSP), awarded in January 2006 to Lockheed Martin UK. 
(Credit: UK MoD)
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Lithuania officially purchases 21 PzH 2000 self-propelled howitzers from the German Army

Lithuania will purchase self-propelled howitzers from the German Army, the Lithuanian defense ministry announced on Monday, Sept. 28, 2015. The Lithuanian Armed Forces will obtain 21 PzH2000 155 mm self-propelled howitzers that have been used by the German army. 
PzH 2000 155mm self-propelled howitzer
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SAAB presents a new urban warfare configuration of its Barracuda MCS camouflage solution

The demand for advanced signature management during operations in urban environments is constantly growing. Now Saab presents a new configuration of the Barracuda MCS system to meet these needs. With this improved camouflage solution adapted for urban warfare Saab has taken the first steps into the future of camouflage solutions.
A prototype version of the new SAAB Urban MCS camouflage was showed on IVECO LMV 4x4 armoured vehicle at DSEI 2015, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK. 
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Harris Corporation receives FMS from multiple countries for tactical communication systems

Harris Corporation has been awarded a $65,669,054 firm-fixed-price, incrementally funded foreign military sales contract from Ukraine, Lithuania, Lebanon, Chad, Niger, Mauritania, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Ethiopia with options for Harris tactical communication systems, the US Department of Defense announced on Sep. 25, 2015.
Harris Falcon III AN/PRC-152A Wideband Networking Handheld Radio
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Video KADDB Jordanian Jordan defense industry DSEI 2015 8x8 wheeled armoured personnel carrier APC

Interview of Ahmad A. Sallakh, Chief Executive Officer of KADDB at DSEI 2015 about the Jordanian defense industry. At DSEI 2015, the International Defense Exhibition in London (UK), King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) from Jordan unveils a new project of 8x8 armoured vehicle personnel carrier (APC). A scale model of the vehicle was showed for the first time at KADDB booth during DSEI 2015. 

Afghan armed forces backed by U.S. airstrike to push out Taliban fighters from the city of Kunduz

Backed by at least one American airstrike, Afghan forces gathered Tuesday, September 29, 2015, to begin a push to clear Taliban fighters who seized much of the northern city of Kunduz in a surprise assault on Monday. The airstrike was conducted early Tuesday "in order to eliminate a threat to the force," Col. Brian Tribus, a coalition spokesman, said in a statement.
Afghan soldiers keep watch during a battle with the Taliban in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Afghan Taliban fighters on Monday seize control of a 200-bed hospital in Kunduz city in the north.
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General Dynamics to convert 150 Moroccan M1A1 MBTs to the Situational Awareness configuration

General Dynamics Land Systems has been awarded a $358,000,000 foreign military sales contract for conversion of 150 M1A1 main battle tanks of the Royal Moroccan Army to the M1A1 situational awareness configuration, the US Department of Defense announced yesterday Sept. 28, 2015.
M1A1 Abrams main battle tank in Situational Awareness (SA) configuration
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Special Forces troops of Ukraine will be trained by U.S. army instructors.

Instructors from the United States will start training Ukrainian special-operations troops this November, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko has said.
Sgt. Richard Lacombe shows Ukrainian National Guard Soldiers the proper procedures for operating an M4 rifle at Rapid Trident 2014 in Yavoriv, Sept. 16.
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Leader of 50 countries to strengthen and modernize capabilities of UN peacekeeping forces

Leaders of more than 50 countries gathered for a summit on United Nations peacekeeping operations today to pledge new commitments and strengthen existing capabilities, with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon saying “the demand for peacekeeping has never been greater.”
Peacekeepers serving with the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) on patrol in Bambari. UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina
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Group of British Naval Companies Unveiled their Warship of the Future: Dreadnought T2050

At DSEI 2015, a series of futuristic concept images on what a new surface ship for the Royal Navy could look like in 2050 has been released by a group of leading British naval electronic systems companies, working alongside Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S – part of the MOD) and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL – part of the MOD). 

United States to provide more support to United Nations Peace Operations

The United States will provide much more support to U.N. peacekeeping efforts, President Barack Obama said September 28, 2015, at the United Nations in New York. As the president spoke to the U.N. General Assembly, the White House released a memo he signed pledging more support to United Nations Peace Operations.
Soldiers with the 82nd Airborne Division provide survivors of the Haiti earthquake with food and water, Jan. 16, 2010. The Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute was founded 20 years ago to provide doctrine and lessons learned for such humanitarian assistance missions.
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DARPA’s Towed Airborne Lift of Naval Systems (TALONS) Concept Tested at Sea

DARPA’s Towed Airborne Lift of Naval Systems (TALONS) research effort recently demonstrated a prototype of a low-cost, fully automated parafoil system designed to extend maritime vessels’ long-distance communications and improve their domain awareness. Towed behind boats or ships, TALONS could carry intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and communications payloads of up to 150 pounds between 500 and 1,500 feet in altitude—many times higher than current ships’ masts—and greatly extend the equipment’s range and effectiveness. 

Monday, 28 September 2015

BAE Systems delivered the first four ARCHER 155mm 6x6 self-propelled howitzer to Swedish army

BAE Systems delivered the first four ARCHER 155mm 52 caliber wheeeld self-propelled howitzer to the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration, FMV, during a handover ceremony at the company’s Karlskoga, Sweden facility September 23, 2015.
BAE Systems 155mm 52 Caliber 6x6 self-propelled howitzer
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United States plans to relocate 30,000 marines in Asia-Pacific to reduce reaction time

In the face of China's growing presence in the South China Sea, the United States Marine Corps is moving ahead with plans to eventually place nearly 15% of the service's personnel in Hawaii and beyond, reports Duowei News, a US-based Chinese political news outlet.
Korean and U.S. Marines stand by to receive the order to advance from the shoreline during Ssang Yong 2014 on Doksoek-ri in Pohang, South Korea, March 31, 2014. 
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UK is about to send 370 soldiers in South Sudan and Somalia to fight terrorism threat

Hundreds of British soldiers will be sent to Africa to help counter the threat of Islamist extremists in the region, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister announced up to 300 soldiers will be deployed in South Sudan as part of a peace-keeping mission while a further 70 will be sent to Somalia to support attempts to defeat the terrorist group Al-Shabab.
British soldiers sent in Africa will be part of a peace-keeping mission and will help counter the threat of Islamist terrorism
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Oshkosh receives FMS from multiple countries for 84 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles

The US military vehicles manufacturer Oshkosh Defense LLC won a $21,774,963 foreign military sales contract (Djibouti, Jordan, Kenya, Tunisia, Uganda, Ethiopia) for an additional 84 Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles and 59 B-kits (supplemental armor). The vehicles are to be delivered to Djibouti, Jordan, Kenya, Tunisia, Uganda, Ethiopia with an estimated completion date of Feb. 28, 2017. 
Oshkosh Defense's FMTV LTAS 2.5-tons cargo fitted with B-Kit protection add-on
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Colt Defense and FN America win a $220mn contract from US Army for M4 and M4A1 assault rifles

The US-based company Colt Defense LLC; and FN America LLC, part of Belgian Herstal Group, have been awarded a $212,000,000 firm-fixed-price multi-year contract for M4 and M4A1 carbines for the Army and others, with an estimated completion date of Sept. 24, 2020, the US Department of Defense announced on September 25, 2015. 
M4A1 automatic assault rifle
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Chinese Navy Fourth Type 071 LPD Amphibious Vessel Started Sea Trials

Chinese media recently released pictures showing the fourth People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN or Chinese Navy) Type 071 amphibious transport dock LPD Yimeng Shan (hull number 978) on sea trials. Yimeng Shan was built Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding, a wholly owned subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC, the largest shipbuilding group in China) as was the case for the first three Type 071 vessels. It was launched in January this year.

Textron Systems to deliver 55 more Mobile Strike Force vehicles to the Afghan National Army

Textron Marine & Land Systems has been awarded a $56,176,864 foreign military sales contract for 55 Mobile Strike Force vehicles with related fielding hardware and field service representative services for system deprocessing. The 55 MSF vehicles are to be delivered to Afghanistan's National Army. Work will be performed in Slidell, Louisiana, with an estimated completion date of April 28, 2016. 
Textron Systems' Mobile Strike Force Vehicles in Afghanistan
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U.S. to donate additional $59 million of border security equipment to the Lebanese army

U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale announced Wednesday, September 23, 2015, additional funds for the military and expressed his country’s ongoing support for the Lebanese army. Following a meeting Prime Minister Tammam Salam at the Grand Serail he said : “I am very pleased to announce today that my government is donating an additional $59 million worth of border security equipment for the Lebanese army.”
US ambassador to Lebanon David Hale attends a meeting in Beirut, Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. 
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U.S. Navy Announces Further Delays for Gerald R. Ford Aircraft Carrier (CVN 78) Delivery

The U.S. Navy announced that the delivery of Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), first ship of the new Ford class of aircraft carriers, will be delayed six to eight weeks as more tests are needed before the vessel can start its sea trials campaign. The original delivery date was set for March 31, 2016.

Australia to Finance the Development of a New Seeker for Kongsberg's Joint Strike Missile

On 15 September Norway and Australia signed an agreement where Australia will finance the development of a new capability for the seeker in the Joint Strike Missile (JSM, the air launched variant of the NSM - Naval Strike Missile), developed by Norwegian company Kongsberg Defence Systems (KDA). If Australia later decides to procure the JSM, then Norway and Australia will share the cost of integrating the JSM on the F-35. 

China have joined Russia and Iran to protect the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

According the International Business Times, Chinese troops have joined Russia and Iran to protect the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. A report claims that a Chinese naval vessel carrying dozens of "military advisors" is on its way to Syria and the Chinese troops will then join with the "hundreds" of Russian soldiers.
The Chinese army has increased its number of exercises with Russia over the past 3 years.
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Sunday, 27 September 2015

Today France has launched first airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria

Sunday, September 29, 2015, France has carried out its first airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria. France, which has so far only taken part in strikes in Iraq, began reconnaissance flights over Syria earlier this month in order to gather information on Islamic State positions.
French fighter aircraft are also involved in airstrikes against Islamic State fighters in Iraq.
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Poland agrees to create an United States anti-missile base in the country city of Redzikowo

Poland’s lower house of parliament has given the green light to the country’s president to ratify a technical agreement on establishing a US anti-missile base in Redzikowo. Under the NATO-backed plan, the facility should be operational by 2018.
Google Earth view of Slupsk-Redzikowo airfield.
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Russia has new idea of railway armed with ballistic missile with higher technological level

Russia is ready to come back with the idea of railway armed with ballistic missile but on a higher technological level which will make them even more untraceable now. Russia’s Strategic Missile Forces are preparing to revive railroad-based missiles and counter the US’s Conventional Prompt Global Strike concept.
The RT-23 (NATO reporting name SS-24 Scalpel) on railway was a Soviet ICBM (InterContinental Ballistic Missile) developed and produced before 1991 by the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau In Dnipropetrovsk, Soviet Ukraine. 
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Video AAD 2016 Africa Aerospace and Defence Pretoria South Africa interview Michelle Nxumalo PR Marketing manager

Africa Aerospace and Defence (AAD), is the most imortant event in the the African Continent of air, land and sea exhibition. AAD is an ideal environment to make company announcements, conclude agreements and highlight strategic partnerships. AAD 2016 will be held from the 14 to 18 September 2016 at Air Force Base Waterkloof Centurion, City of Tshwane, South Africa. 

Saturday, 26 September 2015

Estonia plans to spend more money for its defense budget with an increase of 37 millions euros

Estonia plans to spend 449 million euros ($503 million) on defense in 2016, an increase of 37 million euros compared to 2015, according to the defense ministry press service.
Washington state National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Jason Muzzy, an observer-controller from Company A, 1st Battalion, 161st Infantry Regiment, assists an Estonian soldier before the group leaves the motor pool for training at Hohenfels Training Area, Germany, Aug. 27,2014. 
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Russian TOR-M2U air defense missile system now able to engage aerial targets when is moving

Russia has successfully conducted live fire tests of its advanced Tor-M2U surface-to-air missile system. For the first time, the TOR missile system was successfully tested during firing from moving position. 
Russian army TOR-M2U surface-to-air defense missile system during rehearsal in Moscow for military parade of May 9, 2015 
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Video SOFEX 2016 Special Operations Forces Exhibition Amman Jordan interview Amer Tabbah

The Special Operations Forces Exhibition & Conference (SOFEX) will take place at the King Abdullah I Airbase in Amman in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan from 9 to 12 May, 2016. SOFEX is a four-day event that kicks off with a prominent one day conference that includes a series of comprehensive and topical seminars delivered by top military officials from around the world, tackling a wide range of issues pertinent to current counter terrorism and homeland security issues. Army Recognition Official Online Show Daily News and Official Web TV for SOFEX 2016.

The old Soviet-made SU-100 tank killer still in service with the Vietnamese armed forces

The old Soviet-made SU-100 tracked tank killer is still in service with the Vietnamese armed forces. The SU-100 was used extensively during the last year of World War II and saw service for many years afterwards with the armies of Soviet allies around the world.
SU-100 of the Vietnamese army during a military parade.
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French Company Nexter Systems introduces VBCI-2 8x8 infantry fighting vehicle at DSEI 2015

French Company Nexter Systems introduces a new version of its world famous combat proven VBCI 8x8 armoured infantry fighting vehicle, the VBCI 2 at DSEI 2015, the International Defense Exhibition in London, UK. The VBCI 2 is presented at DSEI 2015 in its Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) version fitted with the latest development step of the 40mm CTA turret. 
Nexter Systems VBCI-2 8x8 armoured infantry fighting vehicle at DSEI 2015, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK. 
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Friday, 25 September 2015

Rheinmetall to manufacture turret structure of AJAX reconnaissance fighting vehicle for British army

Lockheed Martin UK has contracted with Rheinmetall’s Defence arm to manufacture the turret structures for the British Army’s new Scout SV Reconnaissance vehicle noxw called AJAX. The order, issued in London, is worth a total of €130 million and covers production of up to 245 units. Rheinmetall also participated significantly in the preceeding technical demonstration phase. 
The turret of AJAX new reconnaissance fighting vehicle of British Army. 
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KADDB from Jordan unveils a new project of 8x8 armoured vehicle personnel carrier at DSEI 2015.

At DSEI 2015, the International Defense Exhibition in London (UK), King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau (KADDB) from Jordan unveils a new project of 8x8 armoured vehicle personnel carrier (APC). A scale model of the vehicle was showed for the first time at KADDB booth during DSEI 2015. 
Scale model of KADDB project of 8x8 armoured vehicle personnel carrier at DSEI 2015, International Defense Exhibition in London, UK. 
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In the future U.S. Army could use unmanned aerial or ground vehicles to recover injured soldiers

In the near future, U.S. army could use Army-operated unmanned aerial or ground vehicle as medical unit to save live on the battlefield and to recover injured soldiers. In the near future, however, it may no longer be another Soldier, who comes running to his side. Instead, it might be an Army-operated unmanned aerial or ground vehicle, said Maj. Gen. Steve Jones, commander of the Army Medical Department Center and School and chief of the Medical Corps.
Battlefield Extraction-Assist Robot is an all-terrain, search-and-rescue humanoid robot that can lift and carry up to 500 pounds, yet can grasp fragile objects without damaging them.
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Orbital ATK’s AGM-88E AARGM Missile scores direct hit against a mobile ship target

Orbital ATK a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies, and the U.S. Navy successfully launched and scored a hit against the Mobile Ship Target during Block 1 upgrade test firings of the AGM-88E Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) at the Point Mugu Sea Range on Aug. 18, 2015. 
The AARGM shot was launched from a U.S. Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet in a scenario designed to test the missile’s capabilities against mobile ship targets employing advanced tactics
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U.S. Army has tested the German-made Rheinmetall Wiesel 2 light airborne armoured vehicle

According the website DodBuzz, U.S. Army has tested the German-made Wiesel 2 light airborne armoured vehicle. The vehicle was tested during two weeks at Fort Benning, Georgia in August along with five other companies as part of the Army’s effort to equip cavalry squadrons a light reconnaissance vehicle.
German-made Rheinmetall Wiesel 2 at Modern Day Marine 2015, defense exhibition in U.S. Marine Corps Base (MCB), Quantico.
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MSI Defence Showcased Full Size Model of its New Seahawk UL Naval Gun System at DSEI 2015

At DSEI 2015, the International Defence & Security event in London, United Kingdom British company MSI-Defence Systems Ltd, one of the world leader in the supply of small/medium calibre Naval Gun Systems, was showing for the first time a full size model of its new SEAHAWK Ultra-Lite (UL). The SEAHAWK UL was first unveiled during Euronaval 2014.

Saab was Showcasing its Latest Underwater Systems MuMNS and Sea Wasp at DSEI 2015

At DSEI 2015, the International Defence & Security event in London, United Kingdom Saab was showcasing some of its latest underwater systems such as the Multi-Shot Mine Neutralisation System (MuMNS) and the Sea Wasp Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) for disarming underwater improvised explosive devices (IEDs).

Harris Corporation wins $21 mn order from Latin America country for Falcon III tactical radios

Harris Corporation has received a $21 million order from a Latin American nation for Falcon III® tactical radios that will be used to establish high data rate networks as part of a military communications modernization program, the US-based company announced Thursday September 24th, 2015. 
Harris Corporation Falcon III RF-7850M tactical radio system
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