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Report: Ghanaian defence budget to reach $390.5m by 2023
Ghana’s defence spending is anticipated to reach $390.5m in 2023, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.12% over the forecast period according to a report by Strategic Defence Intelligence (SDI).
Altavian wins $250m contract to support US Army UAS programme
Drone engineering and manufacturing company Altavian has secured a $250m indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for the US Army’s small unmanned aircraft system (UAS) programme.
Centigon France to supply 185 armoured cabins for Dutch Army trucks
Centigon France has secured a contract from Swedish manufacturing company Scania to build 185 armoured driver cabins for trucks for the Netherlands Armed Forces, with an option for 400 additional units.
Meggitt qualifies for $125m US Army targetry systems programme
Meggitt Training Systems has been selected as one of the five finalist companies qualified to carry out the US Army targetry systems (ATS) programme.
Latvian Army to acquire AeroVironment’s RQ-20A Puma UAS
The National Armed Forces of the Republic of Latvia is set to acquire RQ-20A Puma tactical hand-launched unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) from US-based technology company AeroVironment.
Patria to supply bridge-laying equipment to Finnish Army
Aerospace and defence company Patria has been selected to deliver bridge-laying equipment systems for the Finnish Defence Forces.
Estonia to contribute to French-led Operation Barkhane in Mali
The Estonian Defence Forces has revealed plans to support the French-led military mission Operation Barkhane in the Republic of Mali.
L&T and BEL sign MoU to meet Indian Armed Forces requirements
Indian multinational engineering conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with public sector enterprise Bharat Electronics (BEL) to develop defence products and systems.
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