AUSA 2019: Ballistic and cruise missile proliferation bolsters air defence funding
North American procurement spending on ground-based air-defence missile systems will reach nearly $40 billion over the next ten years, a new analysis by Shephard has discovered.
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QinetiQ North America and engineering company Pratt & Miller have partnered to offer the latter company’s Expeditionary Modular Autonomous Vehicle (EMAV) to meet the US ...
Boeing is making preparations for a worst-case scenario where the procurement of Chinook CH-47F Block II helicopters for the US Army is delayed by anything up ...
Podcast: The contenders line up for FARA, Rheinmetall disappointed but not beaten on OMFV, and talking missiles with Raytheon
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With General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) showcasing the Initial Maneuver Short-Range Air Defence (IM-SHORAD) Stryker solution for the first time at AUSA the effort demonstrates how ...
The US Army has confirmed it doesn't consider hybrid flight kit licensing authority arrangements to be an issue for its Future Tactical UAS (FTUAS) programme, ...
Raytheon Missile Systems expects to go to low-rate initial production (LRIP) for its new Javelin Lightweight Command Launch Unit (CLU) in 2021 and full rate ...