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RAN-S70B2-MH60R

Regional success for MH-60R naval helicopter continues to build

Developments for Asian operators of the Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk multirole naval helicopter have moved in recent months, with notable updates from Australia, India, and...
Thales-Weibel

Thales and Weibel Scientific sign a cooperation agreement

Thales and Weibel Scientific, sign(ed) a cooperation agreement integrating the high performing XENTA Doppler family of short-range ground mission radars into the renowned...
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...
Australian Army soldiers

Next Gen NVGS – A Clear Improvement

Fused and enhanced night-vision technology will make the difference to soldiers fighting at night. Night-vision technology is rapidly advancing with step changes in performance, user...
BM-18

Higher Caliber

Western manufacturers are now seeing increasingly successful small arms designs emerging from Asia. The weapon carried by every soldier not only impacts on their effectiveness...
Schiebel-S100

Navies Surface Interest in Unmanned Systems

Published in the November/December 2020 Issue - Unmanned systems manufacturers are finding a responsive market for their products among navies in the Indo-Pacific region. The...
Australia Future Submarine - Naval Group

Australia selects Thales UK to supply outboard flank sonar for future...

Thales UK has been selected to supply its advanced sonar technology for Australia’s Attack-class diesel-electric submarine development programme, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds announced in...
HF-Radio

HF Radio: Still Valid After 100 Years

Discovered almost one century ago, High Frequency (HF) radio has never lost its appeal thanks to its ability to move traffic across long distances,...
Colllins-Submarine

Better Than Ever?

The Royal Australian Navy’s six Collins-class diesel-electric submarines are delivering improved operational output, just as Australia’s requirement for anti-submarine warfare (ASW) appears to be...
MCH

Knowledge is a fine thing

Giving every soldier the ability to send and receive voice and data communications can be done, but will add to or decrease capability in...

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