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The eagerly-awaited Association of Old Crows’ Electronic Warfare (EW) seminar held during this year’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition in London did not disappoint. A quiver of presentations stimulated robust and informed discussion on the challenges facing US and allied nations as...

Viasat Completed NATO UHF SATCOM Control Station Upgrade Ahead of Government Mandated Timelines

Viasat Inc., a global communications company, announced it has successfully upgraded the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) Ultra High Frequency (UHF) satellite communications (SATCOM) control stations to comply with the new Integrated Waveform (IW) baseline. Using Viasat's Visual Integrated Satellite communications Information, Operation and Networking (VISION) software platform, NATO gains greater...

Exercise Dynamic Manta builds NATO ASW and C2 capacity

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Dr. Lee Willett - One of NATO’s two annual anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercises is underway in the Mediterranean Sea. Exercise Dynamic Manta is NATO’s southern ASW exercise, and is built around Standing NATO Maritime Group (SNMG) 2. Alongside the habitual focus on ASW, anti-surface...

MyDefence Successfully Integrates Counter UAS Sensors in Light Armoured Vehicle

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MyDefence Communication announces the successful integration of Counter Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) technology in vehicle platforms for military forces. The integration of the drone sensors allows military operators to effectively detect and defeat enemy drones used for reconnaissance or as weapon delivery systems. MyDefence has...

RAF Typhoons return to Romania to resume NATO Black Sea Mission

Typhoon fighter aircraft from the Royal Air Force returned to Romania on Monday to continue their enhanced Air Policing mission begun last year. The Eurofighter Typhoon multi-role fighters from Number II (Army Co-operation) Squadron left their base at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland on Monday to...

Addressing Space Cybersecurity with High-throughput Satellites

Decades of relative tranquility in space have come to an end. The possibility of state-on-state conflict has become part of military planning, making flexible and continuous connectivity more critical than ever for defense forces around the world. The cybersecurity threat to SATCOM has also...

British Ministry of Defence announces they will re-join the Boxer programme

The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) has announced that they will re-join the Boxer programme via the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation, or OCCAR, a move that will allow them to procure the Boxer 8x8 vehicle to meet the requirements for their Mechanised Infantry...

RAF’s Centenary Marked by Continuing Deployment on Operation Shader

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Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) celebrated its 100th anniversary on Sunday 1 April 2018. But while the service prepares for an anniversary parade and flypast in London on 10 July, and for a host of other events over the summer, the service is continuing...

Terma and Scandinavian Avionics team up to form Avionics Test Center Denmark

With the F-35 fighter aircraft being introduced in Europe these years, there is a growing need for establishing European regional maintenance capabilities. Terma has substantial expertise and experience in developing, designing, and manufacturing electronic components and software to industries and customers within the international defense...

Fighting Fascism

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The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) came to prominence with its declaration of a worldwide caliphate in June 2014. Soon after, it occupied significant tracts of land in Iraq and Syria while performing acts of political violence beyond the Middle East. By the...

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