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RAF-Typhoons

Icelandic Gap Guardians

Protecting NATO’s northern flank is a job not only entrusted to Norway, but also a rotation of Allied air force squadrons based in Iceland. Norways...
UAV-SIGINT

Hearing Aids

Unmanned aerial vehicles now have the flexibility and endurance to deliver SIGINT to Asian military operators. UAVs The idea of using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVS) as...
SAAB-CGGM

Packing a Punch

In terms of maximising levels in lethality, SOF continue to identify small arms and support weapon solutions capable of being used across a variety...
Anti-Submarine-Warfare-1

Searching for The Silent Service

Royal Australian Navy is honing its anti-submarine warfare skills with the help of Allies including the US Navy. History of Submarines in the North Atlantic...
AIR-B21-Bomber

OK, Bomber!

When it enters service from circa 2030, the US Air Force’s Northrop Grumman B-21 Raider strategic bomber will likely be the most advanced aircraft...
Air-Typhoon-Eurofighter-Attack-Pod

Hitting Where it Hurts

The European Union has launched a project to develop an airborne electronic attack pod to equip combat aircraft as part of its PESCO initiative. Permanent...
The Il269 mobile jamming system

Jam and Scoot

Major General Borys Kremenetskyi, Ukraine’s defence and air attaché at the country’s London embassy shares his thoughts on the use of EW by Russia’s...
Radar-Weibel

Danish radar manufacturer wins major supply contract for the Norwegian Army

Weibel Scientific has signed a major contract with leading European military supplier, KONGSBERG, for the supply of radars for a new mobile, ground-based air...
SAAB-Carl-Gustaf

Saab and Raytheon Complete Successful Test Firings of Guided Carl-Gustaf Munition

Saab and U.S. defence company Raytheon have successfully completed a series of guided flight tests for the shoulder launched Guided Carl-Gustaf® Munition, featuring a...
defence-minister-at-Eglin

Poland looks to shed robes of the past

Poland is on the defence acquisition trail to replace its old Soviet-era equipment, even if the new budget and strategy looks optimistic. Poland has undoubtably...

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