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Lightning In The Rising Sun

The newest US Marine Corps’ (USMC) fighter, the Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning-II, is deploying to Japan, and is currently en route to the country.  The...
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US Heavy Armour Reinforces Korea

The US Army’s 1st Armoured Brigade Combat Team (ABCT), itself part of the 1st Infantry Division based at Fort Riley, Kansas has taken up...
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Big in Japan

The Mitsubishi Advanced Technology Demonstrator-X (ATD-X) Shinshin is a testbed aircraft being developed by the Japanese Ministry of Defence Technical Research and Development Institute (TRDI)....

HMAS Brisbane Takes to the Water

The Royal Australian Navy marked a major milestone on 15 December 2016 with the launch of HMAS Brisbane. This ship is the second of...

PNGDF Plans Expansion

Brigadier General Gilbert Toropo, commander of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF), talk to asianmilitaryreview.com about the state of PNGDF capabilities in the...

Gripen Heads East

Saab has told asianmilitaryreview.com that it is proposing to transfer manufacturing and assembly capabilities for the company’s JAS-39E/F Gripen fighter to India. According to...

More Be-200s For Russia

For the first time since its maiden flight in 1998, Beriev is on the cusp of gaining the first export sales for its Be-200...

SeaSpider Crawls Out

Sources have confirmed to asianmilitaryreview.com that test-firings of Atlas Elektronik’s SeaSpider Anti-Torpedo Torpedo (ATT) are expected to occur by the end of the decade....

More Hornets For The Nest

On 22 November, the Canadian Government announced that it will immediately begin negotiations with Boeing for 18 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighters. These jets are...
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SquadNet ready for Delivery

Thales has told asianmilitaryreview.com that it is ready to deliver its SquadNet radio to customers, following the commencement of production in the late summer...

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