China may supply components required for Russias defence industry following US and EU sanctions against Russia. Although Russia does not buy many weapons from foreign sources it does procure a lot of electronic and mechanical components to be used in its weapons systems
Antoine Bouvier, MBDAs Chief Executive Officer inaugurated Frances complex munitions demilitarization facility at MBDAs Bourges site in France reports ESDPA.org
A-T Solutions Inc has won a contract to continue support for U.S
MBDA has recently announced its intention to build a demilitarization facility that will become operational by the end of 2013. The facility will be capable of dismantling annually 2,500 tonnes of various types of sensitive munitions, notably missiles
Russia plans to abandon the old technique of exploding old munitions starting in 2013, in favor of "safe" industrial technologies. “Our long-term cooperation with industry has finally paid off, and we are planning to abandon the disposal of munitions by explosion, especially at training grounds, starting in 2013,” Deputy Defense Minister Gen
ATLAS North America (ATLAS NA) has been awarded a contract by the U.S Naval Surface Weapons Center to deliver the ATLAS Portable SeaFox(TM) Mine Neutralization Systems (PMNS)
ATLAS North America’s Seafox mine neutralizing system was successful in performing unmanned mine counter measure missions during the Trident Warrior 2012 U.S
The U.S Army has awarded five companies including Tetra Tech Inc a contract worth $489 million to provide program management and technical support for chemical weapons demilitarization programs at facilities across the United States
Demining operations could soon start in Myanmar (Burma) which has one of the world's highest landmine casualty rates. Mine Advisory Group, or MAG International, a specialist demining agency, recently visited the country in order to study the humanitarian impact on landmines and exploded remnants of war
The clearing of land and sea mines, safe disposal of unexploded ordnance and other leftovers of wars and conflicts is a growing business. Global spending on mine clearing and other demilitarization activities has grown from $100 million in 1996 to $1 billion annually in recent years
Radio communications in a battlefield will soon adopt a cellular model now that ITT Exelis has upgraded its SpearNet Radio. The enhanced hand-held radio can provide large amounts of voice, data and video communications over a self-forming and self-healing ad hoc network which will work like a cell phone while maintaining communications without reconfiguration or dropped calls
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