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Japan initiates unmanned amphibious assault vehicle effort

Japan is aiming to develop an unmanned amphibious assault vehicle (AAV) as part of its Future Amphibious Technology Research (FAT-R) programme, a representative from...

Royal Thai Army unveils upgraded L70 AA gun

The Royal Thai Army (RTA) has released the first images of its upgraded Bofors (now BAE Systems) 40mm L/70 Anti-Aircraft (AA) guns on its...
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New sustainment contracts announced for Australian destroyers and submarines

The Australian Department of Defence (DoD) has awarded two separate contracts with BAE Systems and Raytheon Australia to support the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN’s)...

BAE Systems eyes all-terrain tracked vehicle opportunities in Asia Pacific

BAE Systems is looking to ride on the momentum on its recent win of the US Army’s Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle (CATV) programme to...
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US Approves Australian Army’s Request to Replace Taipans with Blackhawks

The US State Department’s Defense Cooperation Security Agency on 26 August 2022 gave the final government approval of Australia’s request to purchase 40 Sikorsky...
Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) Tejas light combat aircraft

Malaysia Looks to India for New Fighter

India has emerged as the frontrunner for a Malaysian requirement of light combat aircraft, with a package deal that would include maintenance and spares...
HMS Tamar and Spey depart on the 8,000 mile journey to the Indo-Pacific for their five year deployment.

BAE Systems’ OPVs Meet Open Ocean or Coastal Patrol Challenges

A deployment to the Indo-Pacific requires a ship that is not only reliable but also one that is capable of performing multiple roles and...
Chief petty officers keep watch on the bridge of the US Navy (USN) Freedom-class Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) USS Billings, in the Caribbean Sea in April 2022. The USN’s Freedom-class LCS vessels are fitted with the Lockheed Martin COMBATSS-21 system as their combat management system (CMS). (US Navy)

Thinking Warships

The increasing adoption of open architecture and artificial intelligence is growing the capacity of naval combat management systems. In simple terms, naval platforms deliver military...
The Royal Australian Air Force uses the Pilatus PC-21 as it bridges the performance gap between traditional turboprop trainers and lead-in fighters. (RAAF)

Transitioning Pilot Training

The military pilot training world is changing rapidly, undergoing a seismic shift as it tries to adapt to new requirements, both budgetary and operational. Although...
The Indian Navy’s fifth Kalvari Class submarine

Shipyards Ring Full Speed Ahead

A steady stream of orders are keeping Asian-Pacific warship builders busy. Warship building is at ‘full steam’ at Asian shipyards, with heightened tensions in the...

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