The Danish parliament has given green signal to the governmental proposal for the country to participate in a UN-backed international maritime operation to remove chemical weapons from Libya. Currently, the two Danish vessels have got the permission to remove the remaining chemical weapons in Libya, Ritzau news agency reported
UTC Aerospace Systems is currently testing its new Pulse Health Monitoring System (HMS) to evaluate the airworthiness of sensing systems aboard the USAF's C-5 Galaxy aircraft. The Pulse HMS is a lightweight, scalable vehicle health management system designed to enable real-time evaluation of an aircraft's condition
Indian ports stand to gain more revenue with India and the US finalizing a defense logistics agreement that will allow the two nations to provide support to each others fighter planes, warships and personnel. Since Indian peninsula is situated in a crucial sea-link between the Middle-east and south-east Asia, a substantial number of US naval ships and submarines transit through Indian ports
India and the United States will soon close an agreement to share military logistics after 12 years of talks, Reuters reported Monday. The United States is in talks with New Delhi to help build its largest aircraft carrier in the biggest military collaboration to date, a move that will bolster the Indian navy's strength as China expands its reach in the Indian Ocean
Russian Technodinamika (a Rostec company) will open maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) center for Russian-made Antonov and Ilyushin transport aircraft and Mi series helicopters in India
The CH2M Hill Company in Virginia Beach has been awarded $240 million contract for environmental clean-up projects for the US Navy on the East Coast of the United States. "CH2M Hill, Virginia Beach, Virginia, is being awarded a maximum amount $240,000,000… for environmental action services on Navy and Marine Corps installations at sites in… [the] Atlantic area of responsibility (AOR)," the US Department of Defense said in a statement on Thursday
The US Army has awarded $900 million in contracts to 17 companies in logistics and services for biological and chemical war projects. The companies, including the Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, Ohio and the Camber Corp
Leidos has won a $661.8 million contract from the US Army to design, produce, integrate and test for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E) program of record
Schiebel has completed test of a new heavy fuel engine for the Camcopter S-100 UAS (Unmanned Air System). This engine is built by Schiebel with rotary engine design and it meets a growing demand for heavy fuel use across both military and civil maritime domains
The US is hoping to operationalize a trilateral military intelligence sharing agreement with South Korea and Japan to build a robust security partnership with its allies. David Shear, assistant secretary of defense for Asian and Pacific security affairs, made the remark in a speech at the think tank Atlantic Council, referring to the information-sharing memorandum of understanding that the three countries signed last year
Lockheed Martin has won a $262.8 million contract from the US Air Force to service Saudi Arabia's F-15 sniper targeting system and radars that allow for day and night low-level navigation
Saab has won a $17.8 million contract from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) to provide support and maintenance for Gripen during 2016 on behalf of the Swedish Armed Forces
Turkish Navy to get First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier in 2020
Egypt Cold to US Sanctions Threat Over $2B Su-35 Jets Buy
Mongolia’s First Ever Fighter Jets-Two MiG-29s, To Arrive on Nov 26
Japan Orders Lockheed Solid State Radar SPY-7 Sets for Aegis Ashore
Russia Seeks Customers for 6 Upgraded, Former Indian Air Force Su-30 Fighters
Italian Arms Exports to Pakistan Jump four-folds in 1 year
Indonesia Plans F-16 V Fighter Jets Purchase, Russian Su-35 still on Anvil
Boeing admits Parachute 'Deployment Anomaly' in Spaceflight Abort Test
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