Singapore's navy looks to the future with augmented-reality
Singapore's navy is starting to use augmented reality for naval vessel maintenance, while the delivery of spare parts could occur by unmanned technology in the future.
Singapore introduces new mortar carrier and weapon locating radar
In pursuit of its overarching 'next-gen' modernisation philosophy, the Singapore Army has inducted the AN/TPQ-53 radar and Belrex 120mm SRAM
MRZR spotted on Singaporean roads
The MRZR series of all-terrain vehicles has been spotted in Singapore.
Singapore MRTTs attain full capability, certified for F-15 tanking
Singapore's fleet of aerial refuelling tankers is up and running, although the RSAF continues to improve the autonomy of its tanking missions.
30th March 2021
The arrival of replacement helicopters for Singapore's sizeable Super Puma fleet has begun.
8th March 2021
The Republic of Singapore Air Force is using modern state-of-the-art flight simulators to increase the amount of virtual training that it undertakes.
2nd March 2021
Singapore's navy is looking to the future with far greater utilisation of unmanned technology.
26th January 2021
Singapore can free up its more capable naval vessels by fielding its new flotilla of tugs and old warships to monitor Singapore waters.
18th December 2020
Singapore has created an air defence umbrella over the island nation with the integration of new assets such as ASTER-30 missiles.
2nd December 2020
New personal equipment the Singapore Armed Forces is rolling out to ground combat units will bring a range of improvements for troops.
28th July 2020
Photos have emerged on the internet of the first Boeing CH-47F Chinook destined for the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF), with new features such ...
24th July 2020
While the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) builds up its future fleet with new platforms such as the F-35B and A330 MRTT, it has ...
17th July 2020
ST Engineering and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) have signed an agreement to market a new fifth-generation surface-to-surface missile under a joint venture named Proteus Advanced ...
16th July 2020
The Singapore Army has confirmed it is in the process of trialling exoskeletons, revealed in a video shown on Singapore Armed Forces Day. The logo ...
3rd July 2020
Despite numerous modernisation programmes in Southeast Asian air forces, their true data link capabilities still have a long way to go to reach Western standards. ...
30th June 2020
Due to COVID-19 and supply chain disruptions, a handful of Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) programmes are delayed by up to a year. In his annual ...
17th April 2020
The Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU) has unveiled its first F-16A enhanced Midlife Upgrade (eMLU) aircraft, with upgrades carried out locally by PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) ...
24th March 2020
The Singaporean and Australian defence ministries signed the ‘Treaty on Military Training and Training Area Development in Australia’ on 23 March, finalising a plan to ...
3rd March 2020
In a bid to increase its capacity to protect Singapore’s sovereign waters and counter a spike in sea robberies, the Republic of Singapore Navy’s Maritime ...
16th February 2020
The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) has procured the Saab RBS 70 NG MANPADS as part of its air defence renewal efforts. The announcement ...
10th February 2020
The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) commissioned its last three Independence-class Littoral Mission Vessels (LMV) on 31 January – RSS Fortitude, RSS Dauntless and RSS ...
5th February 2020
Philippine Secretary of National Defense Delfin Lorenzana confirmed in December 2019 that his country had downselected the Lockheed Martin F-16 Block 70 Viper and Saab ...
14th January 2020
The US announcement of a sale of 12 Lockheed Martin F-35Bs to Singapore has finally put a stop to a year-long debate as to which ...
10th December 2019
The governments of Singapore and the US signed an MoU on 7 December that will see the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) set up ...