German company Hensoldt has agreed to acquire the major part of the activities...
- European Defence Fund precursor to boost EU’s technological lead
- APM survey highlights prospects for UK project professionals in defence
- Trump addresses Pentagon budget, INF withdrawal at State of Union 2019
- German military still facing resources shortage, new report finds
- NATO to increase defence spending by $100bn amid US criticism
The world’s biggest arms importing countries in 2018
The world’s ten biggest arms importing countries received arms worth more than $15bn from overseas in 2018.
HF and VHF Rapid Field Deployment Systems
Barrett Communications has developed the Rapid Field Deployment System (RFDS), which provides an easily deployable, simple to operate and very flexible high frequency (HF) or very high frequency (VHF) communications systems mounted in a single transit case.
Hensoldt to acquire activities of French company Nexeya
German company Hensoldt has agreed to acquire the major part of the activities of France-based Nexeya, which provides services for defence and commercial customers.
India test fires sub-sonic cruise missile Nirbhay in Odisha
India has test-fired its first domestically designed and developed long-range sub-sonic cruise missile ‘Nirbhay’ from a test range off the coast of Odisha.
Barrett below -24°C – Barrett Supplies Equipment for Antarctic Expedition
Every year a combined training mission between the Chilean and Argentinean Armies is conducted over the north-eastern section of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Future of NATO: What Georgia joining means for the Western military alliance
Georgia will become a NATO member in the future. That was reaffirmed during the joint press conference held in Tbilisi, after the meeting of the country’s prime minister Mamuka Bakhtadze with the NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg.
Critical HF and VHF Communications Equipment for the Nepalese Army
Barrett Communications has played a small but valuable role in improving the Nepalese Army's ability to provide communications that support humanitarian and disaster relief (operations.
European Defence Fund precursor to boost EU’s technological lead
Under a precursor to the European Defence Fund, the European Commission has announced funds of €500m for cooperative defence industrial projects and a further €25m for joint defence research between 2019 and 2020, in an attempt to maintain its technological lead in defence worldwide.
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