MBDA has unveiled Milrem Robotics THeMIS Unmanned Ground Vehicle equipped with six Brimstone precision strike missiles at DSEI-2019 exhibition in London, UK. “Pairing the Brimstone missile with a UGV such as the Milrem Robotics THeMIS provides the tactical commander with the precision anti-armour capabilities,” Andy Allen, MBDA UK Head of Land Domain Sales and Business Development said
Lockheed Martin's commercial procurement from Israeli companies relating to the F-35 stealth fighter program has expanded by $200 million in 2019, constituting a 44% rise since the middle of last year, and is expected to touch $2 billion by end of the year, up from $1.75B till last year
For the first time since 2006, Lebanons Hezbollah on Monday reportedly destroyed an Israeli drone outside the southern town of Ramyah. Hezbollah claimed it "confronted" the drone with "appropriate weapons" as it was heading towards the southern Lebanese town
Air Forces of China and Pakistan on Friday concluded a two week-long Shaheen VIII joint military exercise involving systematic mock battles for the first time. Multiple types of warplanes, surface-to-air missiles and radar installations from the two air forces took part in the mock battles, according to a statement released by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force on Saturday
New Delhi has made advance payments and will receive all five of the ordered S-400 Triumf air defense systems by April of 2021. The contract for the Russian systems was inked in October 2018 for $5
A Russian man has been accused of stealing jet engine technology from America's GE Aviation to help Russia's Aviadvigatel, part of state-owned UEC, design jet engine gearboxes for a large aircraft. The US Justice Department announced on Thursday that it arrested the Russian man Alexander Yuryevich Korshunov, 57, and a former director for GE Aviation's Italian subsidiary named Maurizio Paolo Bianchi, 59, for the theft of jet engine technology from 2013-2018
South Korea is set to induct eight of its new F-35A fighters on October 1, coinciding with the nations 70th anniversary of the foundation of the Air Force. "Of the diverse options regarding the issue, we are reviewing the F-35As' participation in the ceremony slated for Oct 1," a government official was quoted as saying by local media
Kongsberg will display Protector Remote Weapon Station (RWS) equipped on Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) that can fire Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin missiles, at DSEI-2019. A TITAN Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV), featuring QinetiQ UGV control technology on a Milrem Robotics THeMIS mobility platform was used in the demonstration
China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (CASIC) has developed a new hexacopter drone capable of surveillance and reconnaissance functions that can “hunt” small, low flying drones with nets. The drone “hunts” by approaching its target and dropping a 16sqm net on it, forcing the hostile drone to fall to the ground and rendering it useless, local media reported Tuesday
Turkeys indigenous, bunker busting, long-range cruise missile “SOM-B2” has completed preliminary testing, Turkish minister of industry and technology announced Thursday. "The first tests of the first Turkish SOM-B2 cruise missiles, which can be used against concrete fortifications, have been successfully carried out," Mustafa Varank, minister of industry and technology,
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with US based Mesa Airlines to commence negotiations for the purchase of 100 Mitsubishi SpaceJet M100 aircraft for delivery commencing from 2024. The MOU was announced Thursday during a signing event at Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Americas booth during the Regional Airline Association (RAA) annual conference held, this year, in Nashville, TN, and targets 50 firm orders and purchase rights for an additional 50, a Mitsubishi release said
Two Russian Su-34 fighter jets collided twice during a training flight over the Over Russian City of Lipetsk today but landed safely although the aircraft were heavily damaged During a training flight in the Lipetsk region, two Su-34 fighter bomber planes collided, the Russian news media outlet REN-TV reported. According to reports, the warplanes made contact with one another in the air due to a loss of visual contact
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Russian state-run Almaz-Antey has released additional data on its latest export-version of Buk-M3 Viking air defense missile system (ADMS)
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