BAE Systems has signed a contract with Finland to extend the CV90’s capabilities into the 2030s.
HSW to produce Leopard tank barrels under licence
The licence agreement lasts for 20 years, HSW parent company PGZ announced in a 21 July statement.
The deal will see HSW produce barrels for the Leopard tank operated by the Polish Armed Forces. There is also the option for the Polish company to join the Rheinmetall supply chain in future.
According to Shephard Defence Insight, Poland received 105 ex-German Leopard 2A5s in 2014-15 with an out-of-service date of 2034.
Poland also plans to upgrade its entire fleet of 142 Leopard 2A4s to the Leopard 2PL standard, with involvement from Rheinmetall and PGZ subsidiary ZM Bumar Labedy.
Elbit battle management application supports UK preparedness.
US Army air and missile defence radar includes M-Code for enhanced position, navigation and timing plus protection against EW threats.
The Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle programme is moving forward at a deliberate pace, after five industry teams received Phase 2 digital concept design contracts.
Omsktransmash has completed a delivery of its T-80BVM as part of an ongoing Russian modernisation programme.
The Australian Army is putting the Maverick M-Series radar through a series of capability development and evaluation activities.