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- Breathing fire: US Marine experimentation and the rise of Sea Dragon
- Raytheon develops new ELCAN Specter 1XL close quarters sight
- US Army’s new Stinger proximity fuse completes qualification test
- Lockheed delivers 300th interceptor for THAAD missile defence system
- BAE Systems to deliver 18 more M777 155mm Howitzers to US Army
Lockheed Martin wins contract for recapitalisation of MLRS launchers
Lockheed Martin has won a $362m contract from the US Army for the recapitalisation of 50 of the Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) launchers.
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.
March’s top news stories
The US Army awarded $1.13bn Lot 14 GMLRS production contract to Lockheed, the Australian Government to procure short-range air defence capability and the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) has allocated £66m in funding to accelerate robotic projects for the British Army. Army-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from March 2019.
Chemring completes military trading business sale with Global Ordnance
US-based ammunition and firearms provider Global Ordnance has purchased Chemring Group's military trading business for a cash consideration of $4m.
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.
Australian Army’s RAA tests SMArt 155mm artillery round
The new sensor-fused munition for artillery (SMArt) 155mm round has been tested by the Australian Army’s Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery (RAA).
Australia’s 2019-20 defence budget increases to $38.7bn
The Australian Government’s 2019-20 defence budget has increased by A$2.3bn ($1.6bn) to A$38.7bn ($27.52bn) and A$175.8bn ($125.02bn) to 2022-23.
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