ATK announced today that it has received international contracts from U.S
The Indian ministry of defence (MoD) has apparently cleared all the pending queries on the manufacturer of the M-777 ultra-light Howitzers - regarding the proposed acquisition for 145 of these artillery guns, but the deal with the US through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme will not be inked yet. According...
The Russian Navy is expected to receive 40 new warships and auxiliary vessels this year, according to RIA Novosti. In addition to surface ships of various classes, the navy will also commission the third Borey-class nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine, the Vladimir Monomakh, and a Varshavyanka-class diesel electric submarine, Rear Admiral...
The Norwegian government has terminated the Archer artillery system contract stating it doesn't meet the needs of Defence within the time that remains available. “The Norwegian-Swedish cooperation is extensive, and has in several areas proven to provide good solutions for both countries
BAE Systems has won a five-year contract to overhaul the Mk45 guns on the ANZAC fleet for the Royal Australian Navy. BAE Systems was chosen as the sole source provider of Mk45 Gun in Service Support, Removal, Replacement and Overhaul services
TenCate Advanced Armour has developed the latest ballistic inserts for protecting against one of the most common gun threats globally; the AK47 Mild Steel Core. The new TenCate Multi-light(TM) ultra lightweight ballistic solution offers unmatched protection and user comfort to soldiers and law enforcement personnel whilst ensuring high tactical mobility
While the U.S
Raytheon Co. was awarded a $54 million firm-fixed price, option eligible; non-multi-year contract modification to contract to exercise an option to conduct Excalibur 155mm Increment Ib production and procure a total of 765 projectiles
Selex ES has been awarded a contract worth €5 Million (£4.2 million) by Germanys Federal Ministry of Defence to supply a number of Titan 385ES-HD turrets for German Navy (Deutsche Marine) Sea Lynx Mk88A helicopters
Selex ES has won a contract to export its LINAPS artillery-pointing system from armed forces in the United Arab Emirates, Poland and New Zealand, the Finmeccanica-owned company announced Wednesday. The contracts for the gun-mounted navigation, pointing and weapon management system are worth in excess of €11 million (US $15
India’s state-run BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd) together with the government plans to manufacture bigger guns for the Navy in association with a technology partner. "We are working with the Defence Ministry to identify a technology partner for increasing the size of the gun
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems Group (GA-EMS) has delivered to the U.S