The Russian Navy is expected to receive 40 new warships and auxiliary vessels this year, according to RIA Novosti. In addition to surface ships of various classes, the navy will also commission the third Borey-class nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine, the Vladimir Monomakh, and a Varshavyanka-class diesel electric submarine, Rear Admiral...
L-3 Communications has been awarded a contract to deliver state-of-the-art Ground Laser Target Designators (GLTD) to the Republic of Korea (ROK). L-3s new Scarab system is a modular laser designator equipped with rangefinding and an IR thermal imager, providing accurate target designation during the day, night and in nearly all...
Uralvagonzavod will present its latest Tank Support Fighting Vehicle BMPT-72 at the Russia Arms EXPO 2013 on September 25, 2013. BMPT-72 is a breakthrough modernization of the world-famous Uralvagonzavod T-72 tank
Thales today signed a contract worth €60 million to develop a high-intensity laser system at the Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH), Romania. The Thales laser system will generate an unprecedented power level of 2 x 10 petawatts (10E15 watts) in ultrashort pulses
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Raytheon Company was awarded a $13.7 million U
Eurocopter and the UK Ministry of Defence signed a contract for the through-life support (TLS) of the Royal Air Force fleet of all Puma and Gazelle helicopters on December 19, 2008. This contract will run up to end of March 2013
ANKARA --- Thales announced today that the Turkish Navys future CN235 maritime patrol aircraft made its first flight this week.>> Modified by Thales and industrial partners TAI, Havelsan, Aselsan and Milsoft, the aircraft features the AMASCOS system (Airborne MAritime Situation and COntrol System) to provide Turkish naval forces with advanced anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare capabilities
>Raytheon will produce additional Mk 48 and Mk 54 torpedoes for the US and Turkish navies. The Mk 54 replaces the Mk 46 lightweight torpedo, seen here during a training launch