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The Oshkosh team will begin to build two platform prototypes as part of the first phase of the Army’s RCV programme.
Bidders will provide New Zealand’s personnel with situational awareness and the ability to communicate in the field.
The simulation system allows the UK Armed Forces to perform real-time training in joint firing, including both surface-to-surface and air-to-surface fires.
Under this agreement, Poland’s defence industry can now service and repair the radars and missile guidance systems onboard the Apache attack helicopters.
Indra and Grupa Oesia will both take a 30% share in Epicom while GlobalData notes the growing filings for ‘quantum’ across Europe’s defence market.
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Ukrainian soldiers will use British Vallon metal detectors and personnel mine extraction kits, while Royal Engineers teach them how to adapt the equipment they have available on the front line.
Building on three five-year IDIQ contracts, Kongsberg will deliver 409 more CROWS stations as part of its fourth contract awarded at the end of last year.
Babcock integrates Cosworth’s Catalytic Generator into a 70 Series Toyota Land Cruiser which forms part of Babcock’s General Logistics Vehicle family.
Besides additional air defence equipment in its latest military package, the US has also struck a co-operation agreement to produce weapons alongside Ukraine’s defence industry.
Saudi Arabia has requested the replenishment of its land platforms – including Abrams tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles among other common equipment.