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  • 14 June 2007

    US Delivers Deal for New Cargo Aircraft

    The US Army and Air force have signed a deal for the construction of new military aircraft that will replace the US Army's C-23 Sherpas, C-12 and C-26 cargo aircraft....

  • 13 June 2007

    Lockhead Off to Fiery Start with UK GMLRS Contract

    Testing has begun on Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) rockets purchased by the UK Ministry of Defence, according to arms provider Lockheed Martin's UK arm. The UK has signed...

  • 12 June 2007

    BAE Called Inquiry Following Saudi Arms Allegations

    Arms supplier BAE has reportedly approached former British Lord Chief Justice Lord Woolf to lead an independent inquiry into its operations and ethical practise, it was reported in Time magazine...

  • 11 June 2007

    Military Eyes Galileo as View of the Future

    Military forces of the European Union could stand to be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Galileo navigation satellite, the public project that has hit controversy following alleged poor...

  • 11 June 2007

    Landmark Alliance Leads US Army Training

    Defence technology specialist Raytheon's technical services company has been selected by the US Government to head up a landmark training alliance which will use the latest in technologies to train...

  • 7 June 2007

    Lute: Sceptical on Iraq

    Gen. Douglas Lute, the army general President Bush has appointed to manage the ongoing conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan, has questioned President Bush's strategy of sending thousands more troops...

  • 4 June 2007

    Weapons from Iran Found in Afghanistan

    Iranian weapons have been found in Afghanistan, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Monday, but he and Afghan President Hamid Karzai have agreed that Tehran involvement cannot yet be...

  • 22 May 2007

    UK Army May Change Ammunition Supplier

    Bullets used by the British Army could soon be manufactured abroad. Royal Ordnance, which produces explosives, ammunition and small arms, could be closed with the Ministry of Defence using European...

  • 15 May 2007

    US Army Blocks YouTube and MySpace

    11 social networking sites, including YouTube and MySpace have been blocked by the US Department of Defense due to an increase in bandwidth usage. This 'recreational' usage "impacts our official...

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