Saab has announced it received a $100 million (930 MSEK) order for Carl-Gustaf ammunition and AT4 systems from the U.S
Engineers at the US Armys Picatinny Arsenal have progressed in developing a combat vehicle armament system that integrates a medium caliber gun, ammunition, fire control, and sensors to engage targets faster and with greater accuracy. The Advanced Lethality and Accuracy System for Medium Caliber (ALAS-MC) is expected to provide superior medium...
Northrop Grumman received a contract award from the U.S
Thales and the Australian Government have signed a decade long contract worth more than AUD 1 billion (nearly $690 million) that guarantees the Australian manufacture and supply of strategic munitions to the Australian Defence Force (ADF). This contract will enable Thales to secure more than AUD 450 million ($310 million) in...
Raytheon has won a $29.2 million contract for procurement of Jordans Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System (AFATDS)
The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) 75th Group Army recently commissioned a batch of vehicle-mounted PCL-181 howitzers and immediately used it in exercises in Nanjiang Haojiao, or Horn of the Southern Border amid border tensions with India. The official WeChat account of the 75th Group Army, revealed in a statement released on Tuesday, Chinese media reported
The Ministry of Defense of Czech Republic has
Saab has received orders from Latvian and Estonian Armed Forces for deliveries of Carl-Gustaf M4 shoulder-launched anti-tank weapon system for deliveries in 2021-2024. The orders are placed within a framework agreement signed by the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) in June 2019, which allows Sweden, Latvia and Estonia to place orders for Carl-Gustaf M4 weapon systems during a ten-year period
Raytheon Missiles & Defense has begun the development of XM1155 Extended-Range ramjet-powered artillery projectile for the US Army. The first phase of developing the XM1155 commenced under a $7
The Chinese PLA has started receiving the new PLC 181 155mm vehicle-mounted, air transportable howitzer in mass numbers to replace legacy PL-66 152-mm guns and Type 59-1 130-mm towed cannons. The howitzers were delivered to the PLA Eastern Theatre Command in batches,
The Russian military is set to receive over 35 units of MSTA-SM self-propelled howitzers by the end of this year. "The Missile Troops and Artillery (MT&A) of the Russian Ground Forces will receive in 2020 more than 35 2S19M2 MSTA-SM self-propelled howitzers with automated fire control system