The Peace Research Institute, based in Oslo, estimates that 2016 was the fifth...
Global tensions are encouraging countries to better arm themselves
The Peace Research Institute, based in Oslo, estimates that 2016 was the fifth deadliest year since the end of the cold war, despite the overall number of conflicts falling.
Harris to equip US Army’s SFABs with tactical radios
Harris is to provide tactical communication systems for the US Army’s Security Force Assistance Brigades (SFABs).
UK’s Dstl to develop new bullet-proof armour for soldiers
UK Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin has launched a new bullet-proof armour project undertaken by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl).
France receives initial batch of missiles and firing posts of MMP
The French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA) has taken delivery of the initial batch of 50 missiles and 20 firing posts from the new MMP land combat missile system for France's Armed Forces.
Soldier en route: the technology saving lives on the way to hospital
Soldiers today have the best survival rates in the history of warfare, but, of those who don’t make it, 90% die on the battlefield before reaching hospital. Dr Gareth Evans finds out about the technological advances making the crucial difference en route to hospital.
Bertin Technologies to Provide Optronic Equipment to French Ministry of Defense
Bertin is due to provide its optronic equipment to the French Ministry of Defense. The equipment will monitor Canjuers’ combined forces shooting training center (CETIA).
US Army to equip AVCATT systems with upgraded SimEye HMD
The US Army is to equip its aviation combined arms tactical trainer (AVCATT) systems with upgraded Rockwell Collins’ SimEye helmet mounted display (HMD).
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