The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) introduced new combat uniform that utilizes modern digital pixel technology in comfortable-to-wear fabric. The uniforms were introduced to the public for the first time in conjunction with the Air Force's 58th Anniversary march-past ceremony at the Kuantan Air Base today, Bernama reported
British Special Forces troops are using Bollywood music to fight Daesh troops in Libya, as the terrorist group has banned music in several territories that they have control over, believing the music to be un-religious and a dangerous influence. On the advice of a Pakistani-born British Army Intelligence officer Special Forces troops with the Special Boat Service (SBS), the use of Bollywood music is not just to 'annoy' the militia, but to study the exact location and strength of Daesh forces, Sputnik reported
Israels Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last week signed an agreement to assign the countrys Defense Minister role to the leader of the right-wing nationalist party. Under the agreement signed on May 25, ‘Israel Our Home party leader Avigdor Lieberman will become defense minister
Austrian aircraft parts manufacturer FACC has fired its chief executive after 50 million euros ($55.7 million) were stolen in a scam
The US Federal court has charged a Florida woman with conspiring to illegally export US underwater drone technology to a Chinese state-owned industry. A 53-year-old Amin Yu, a Chinese citizen living in the US as a permanent resident, is reportedly to have conspired from 2002 until February 2014 to obtain systems and components used in marine submersible drones along with other co-conspirators at Harbin Engineering University in China, Sputnik reported
A Chinese man has been sentenced to death for leaking more than 150,000 classified documents to an unidentified foreign spy agency between 2002 and 2011, the local media reported Tuesday. Huang Yu, 48, was paid a total of US$700,000 for the information, Shanghai Daily reported citing a report by China Central Television
A former US defence contractor has been sentenced to nearly five years in jail for illegally exporting the military blueprints and technical drawings of parts used in some of the high-tech and sensitive hardware like F-15 to India, using a local churchs website. Hannah Robert, 49, circumvented the US government and provided export-controlled technical data related to various types of military technology to an individual in India, said assistant US attorney general John P Carlin in a statement, PTI reported
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics has announced a voluntary layoff program that is targeted to reduce employment by approximately 1,000 positions at locations in the United States The voluntary program is available to mid-level employee groups in Fort Worth, Texas; Marietta, Georgia; Palmdale, California; Meridian, Mississippi; Clarksburg, West Virginia; Patuxent River, Maryland; and Edwards Air Force Base, California. The action is necessary to position Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to be competitive in the future marketplace, secure future business opportunities, and keep an infrastructure appropriately aligned with customer demands
Chinas Defense Ministry said on Monday that it has launched a hotline for reporting accusations of graft and discipline problems in its military. The move is part of anti-corruption campaign by President Xi Jinping targeting a swath of high-ranking officials in industry, government, and the military
North Korea has executed the Chief of its military on corruption and other charges earlier this month. Army General Ri Yong Gil, Chief of Staff of the Korean Peoples Army faced charges of pursuing personal gain and was executed, Yonhap news agency quoted unnamed sources familiar with the DPRK affairs as saying Wednesday
Three former employees of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering) were charged in the State Courts of Singapore on 13 January for their involvement in the corruption racket. As part of 2011 investigation launched by Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB), former ST Marine employees - chief operating officer Han Yew Kwang, President of commercial business Tan Mong Seng (Tan) and Senior Vice President Mok Kim Whang (Mok) are charged under the section 477A of the Penal Code of the Prevention of Corruption Act
The Indian Air Force (IAF) base in the northwestern state of Punjab was attacked by a group of gunmen on Saturday morning. Four of the gunmen were killed by the security forces at the base in Pathankot, located about 50km from the Pakistan border, Al Jazeera reported Saturday
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