PREMIUM: Australia to develop new satellite RF payload
Australia has issued an RfP seeking vendors who can help develop radio frequency sensor payloads for a constellation of future military satellites.
PREMIUM: Australia eyes new JCIED materiel
Australia is planning a running overhaul of its equipment used to counter IEDs and such like.
PREMIUM: Sweden accentuates naval enhancements in reform package
Submarines, surface vessels and amphibious forces feature prominently in the Total Defence plan.
PREMIUM: US Army falls short on PF-D rollout
PF-D is in Block 2 development, which means that the software is still being written
17th November 2020
Loitering munitions are high on the agenda for the USMC Light Armored Reconnaissance battalion
6th November 2020
Capability Set 23 is intended to increase capacity, resiliency and convergence of the network
5th November 2020
Australia is looking into how to utilise directed-energy weapons and how to protect against such devices
3rd November 2020
A small fleet of Bluebottle USVs is being readied for new tests in waters off Darwin
28th October 2020
First operational vehicles for USMC to arrive imminently; meanwhile, manufacturer BAE waits for full-rate production decision
27th October 2020
Three-week exercise to demonstrate Capability Set 21 equipment also revealed hardware concerns
20th October 2020
GM Defense is to hand over the first vehicles, four months after receiving a contract award
19th October 2020
Local industrial participation is an essential element in the programme to replace four Walrus-class boats
16th October 2020
Three vessels will feature enhancements to allow operations in the Southern Ocean
15th October 2020
The latest RfP to replace the Bradley IFV reflects slower and more careful methods from the US Army
12th October 2020
Introducing automated vehicles onto the battlefield requires not only a leap in technology but also confidence from the soldiers and operators that they can trust these platforms
7th October 2020
The next set of Precision Strike Missile tests will include side-by-side firing at a target more than 500km away; the US Army has a forecast baseline requirement for up to 2,400 missiles.
11th September 2020
Australia is seeking industry engagement as it looks for a new Air Mission Training System (AMTS) to support its pilot training programme for fifth-generation aircraft. ...
25th August 2020
The Uruguay Navy has received its first AB 412HP Grifone helicopter, with the second expected to follow by the end of 2020. ‘The first of ...
18th August 2020
The French Ministry of the Armed Forces has received its first ALSR light surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft. The ministry received the aircraft on 31 July ...
17th August 2020
The Hellenic Navy commissioned its latest 670t fast attack craft - missile (FAC-M) boat on 28 July. This craft, named Karathanasis, is the sixth and ...
13th August 2020
Delivery of the Spearfish Mod 1 heavyweight torpedo upgrade for UK RN submarines is expected to improve following criticism from the Infrastructure and Projects Agency (IPA). ...
5th August 2020
Following an industry brief on 30 July, further details have emerged about Australia’s Land 159 Lethality Systems programme. Prime contractor Nioa released details of the ...
27th July 2020
The Martlet Lightweight Multirole Missile for the UK RN is expected to undertake live-fire tests in September ahead of IOC by the end of 2020. Martlet ...
21st June 2020
Australia is seeking to improve its training capabilities as the army prepares to upgrade its existing M1A1 AIM Abrams MBTs to M1A2 configuration. The Capability and ...