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The launch ceremony for the first LCS was in 2017. The vessel has still not entered service. (BHIC)

Littoral Combat Ship Still in Troubled Waters

The saga of Malaysia’s troubled Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) continues. Prime contractor Bousted Heavy Industries Corporation (BHIC) was a notable absentee from DSA 2022...
German Krauss-Maffei Wegmann PzH 2000 is fitted with a 155mm/52 calibre ordnance which meets the NATO Joint Ballistic Memorandum of Understanding. (KMW)

Longer Range, Greater Accuracy

Developments in artillery ammunition are seeing greater ranges with better accuracy for tube artillery. Traditionally, the main role of conventional tube artillery, be it self-propelled...
DSEI London

DSEI Restarts International Defence Expos

Here is a brief taste of some of the new systems across maritime, air and land that could be seen at DSEI 2021. The first...
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Rheinmetall submits Lynx IFV best and final offer for Land 400...

Rheinmetall, the largest supplier of military vehicles to the Australian Defence Force has submitted the company’s Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV) best and final...
Australian Army soldiers use a G Wagon Surveillance & Reconnaissance vehicl

Army Mobility Surges Ahead

The Commonwealth of Australia’s LAND programmes have made good progress in the competitions and selections for its army mobility requirements. Australia’s military is in the...
Bonus Mk II PGM

Smart Munitions Increase Market Share

Top attack munitions are now widely developed for different artillery calibers with offering varied ranges. While aviation assets now employ precision guided munitions (PGM) and...

WFEL to supply Philippine Army with Rapidly Deployable DSB Mobile...

UK Military Bridge manufacturer, WFEL, is to supply a number of its Dry Support Bridges (DSB) to the Philippine Army under the Horizon 2...
Rheinmetall’s Lynx KF41

Australia’s Infantry Fighting Vehicle Prototypes Delivered

Australia’s Ministry of Defence announced it had taken delivery of the prototype Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFV) that will be undergoing risk mitigation testing as...
Nammo’s range extension solutions

Making the Shell Fit the Job

Published in July/August 2020 Issue - Artillery ammunition developments are driven by greater flexibity of round, the need for more range and increased accuracy. The...
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Bigger and Badder

Published in the April/May 2020 Issue - Infantry Fighting Vehicle operators want more punch from their medium calibre cannons - and onboard missiles will...

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