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Hemanth Kumar

Elbit Systems receives contract from Israeli MOD for Iron Fist Systems

Elbit Systems has received a $31m contract from the Production and Procurement Directorate of the Israeli Ministry of Defence (IMOD) for Iron Fist Active Protection Systems (APS).

US Army calls for new approach to network resilience in cyberattack

The US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has conducted a study to help improve network resilience in the event of a cyberattack.

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Rheinmetall to upgrade more Dutch Army armoured recovery vehicles

Rheinmetall has received an order to modernise 21 additional Bergepanzer 3-Büffel / Buffalo armoured recovery vehicles (ARVs) for the Royal Netherlands Army.

Kratos to upgrade Australian Defence Force’s CH-47F aviation trainers

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has received a contract from the Australian Department of Defence to provide improvements to CH-47F aviation trainers.

India and US sign critical defence technology transfer pact

In a major boost for the Indian defence industry, the US and India have signed a pact to enable the secure transfer of classified critical defence technology.

BAE Systems to supply M109A7 self-propelled howitzers to US Army

BAE Systems has received a contract modification to provide additional M109A7 self-propelled howitzers and M992A3 Carrier, Ammunition, Tracked (CAT) vehicles to the US Army.

Oshkosh Defense wins contract from US Army to deliver 2,721 JLTVs

Oshkosh Defense has received a contract from the US Army Contracting Command to deliver joint light tactical vehicles (JLTVs) for the four US Military branches.

Estonia, Latvia and Finland to explore armoured vehicle development

Estonia, Latvia and Finland have signed an agreement to explore the possibility of jointly developing an armoured wheeled vehicle platform.

BAE Systems wins prime position on DIA SIA 3 contract

BAE Systems has secured a prime contractor position on a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) contract to help deliver worldwide military intelligence to policymakers, troops and defence leaders.