Turkey reportedly handed over first units of Bayraktar TB2 combat drones to Morocco last week. The Royal Moroccan Armed Forces (Far-Maroc) signed an agreement with Turkish drone maker Baykar Savunma for 13 Bayraktar TB2s in April
Australia has scrapped its intent to buy submarines from French shipbuilder Naval Group in what could have been the countrys largest ever defence contract, and is now eyeing at collaborating with the United States and the United Kingdom for the project. “Today, Australia begins an enhanced trilateral security partnership with the...
The Russian Ministry of Defense has asked MiG Corporation to upgrade their fleet of MiG-31 fighter aircraft. Two contracts pertaining to the same were signed on August 24 during the ARMY-2021 Forum
Pakistan Air Force (PAF) is reportedly aiding the Taliban in their quest to capture Panjshir province of Afghanistan by providing them with Chinese-made armed CH-4 drones. CH-4 drones look almost identical to General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper, and the only distinct visual difference between two UAVs is that the ventral fin below...
Taliban fighters took over Kabuls Hamid Karzai International Airport moments soon after last of U.S
Several rockets were heard flying over the Afghan capital on Monday; hours after U.S
Days after China and Russia concluded their joint military exercises, the United States said that their collaboration compounds threat. “During the Cold War, the U
The United States conducted an airstrike against an Islamic State attack planner in Afghanistan in retaliation to the IS-claimed Kabul airport attacks that left around hundred people, including a dozen U.S
TUSAS Engine Industries Inc. (TEI), a subsidiary of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GE Marine to explore opportunities pertaining to production of engines for warships
A day after Taliban fighters took control of India-gifted Mi-35 attack helicopter operated by the Afghanistan military, reports arose that claimed that the latter lost a ScanEagle drone produced by Boeing to them. On Thursday,
The Japan Ministry of Defense has reportedly shortlisted Turkish company Nurol Makina, Finnish Patria, Canadas General Dynamics Land Systems and local company Mitsubishi Heavy under its project to buy new wheeled armored vehicles. Japans chosen vehicle will replace the older Type 96 maneuver combat vehicles (MCV) in service with the military