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Indonesian corvettes to get further upgrades

Thales has entered into an agreement with state-owned defence electronics specialist PT Len Industri to provide a range of C4ISR enhancements to the Indonesian...

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...

EDITOR’S BUNKER BRIEFING (3 October 2022, No.80)

UKRAINE FIGHTS BACK, WHILE THE WALLS CLOSE IN ON PUTIN Dear Readers, Since my last Bunker Briefing, the tide of war has turned in favour of...
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Australian Army reveals electric Bushmaster development

The Australian Army has unveiled a prototype of a new hybrid electric-powered Bushmaster 4x4 protected mobility vehicle at the Chief of Army Symposium 2022...
South Korea has expanded its space-based C4ISR capabilities with the ANASIS-II military communications satellite in July 2020. Use of ANASIS-II is gradually expanding as more ground terminals come online. (Airbus Defence & Space)

Taking on C4ISR and Cyber

The war in Ukraine has demonstrated the absolute necessity of coordinating C4ISR in a major conflict. Nations in Asia have already been adding to...
Thales-IDSS

Thales selected by Airservices Australia to carry out drone surveillance trials...

Airservices Australia has chosen Thales as its primary system integrator for an Integrated Drone Surveillance System (IDSS) trial at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport. ...
Fighters such as the F-16 and F-15 have been equipped with Collins DB-110 dual-band pod for many years.

Looking Further, Looking Wider

Improvements to reconnaissance pods for fighters and other aircraft are yielding yet more intelligence information that can be quickly analysed and acted upon. Without the...
The Starstreak launcher on display at DSA, atop a Malaysian Army vehicle (Chris Pocock)

Thales Shows Air Defence Starstreak and Tank Killer NLAW

Thales came to DSA with a strong operator endorsement for its Next-generation Light Anti-tank Weapon (NLAW). The UK government has gifted over 3,600 of...
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...

Singapore’s frigates to get more bite

The Republic of Singapore Navy’s (RSN’s) principal surface warfare fleet of six Formidable-class frigates is set to receive mid-life upgrades after fifteen years of...

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