Electronic warfare is a rapidly evolving field that is steadily increasing in prominence...
Teledyne to develop flexible target test missiles for US Army
The US Army has awarded a new missile defence contract, worth $79.6m, to aerospace and defence company Teledyne Brown Engineering.
US Army awards contract to mature MHTK missile to development phase
The US Army Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office has awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin to transition the Miniature Hit-to-Kill (MHTK) interceptor from its Science and Technology (S&T) phase to development stage.
US Army issues $129.9m contract for Raytheon’s TOW weapon systems
The US Army has awarded a $129.9m agreement to Raytheon for continued manufacturing of tube-launched, optically tracked, wireless-guided TOW missiles.
The future of electronic warfare in Europe
Electronic warfare is a rapidly evolving field that is steadily increasing in prominence as nation’s look to gain the edge in the next generation of conflict technology. Gavin O’Connell MBE, business development and sales director at Chemring Technology Solutions, explains the coming developments in electronic warfare and how Europe is preparing.
The evolution of electronic warfare: a timeline
Electronic warfare has come a long way from the early days of basic signal intelligence and has covered a wide variety of technologies and use cases. This article explores the evolution of electronic warfare and how it has been deployed over the years.
NDMA places order for Carl-Gustaf weapon system ammunition
The Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (NDMA) has placed a new order with Saab for the delivery of its advanced Carl-Gustaf weapon system ammunition.
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