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Alcon Celebrates 15 Years of Dedicated Defence Braking Success

Alcon Components Ltd, the highly acclaimed UK-based brake and clutch company, is celebrating the key milestone of 15 years since supplying their first fully...
USS Ponce

High Power Defence

After a stuttering start, directed energy/laser weapons are beginning to gain traction as viable ‘soft kill’ options for military forces. In January 2022, the US...
Ripsaw RCV

US Army Moves Forward on Robotic Combat Vehicles

The US Army has taken a major step forward in its consideration of combat robots with its announced award of four Other Transaction Agreement...
US Army HF Radio

September Radio Roundup

Armada's monthly roundup of all the latest news in the military communications product, programme and operational domains. Products Persistent Systems announced in early August that it...
NORINCO Sharp Claw

UGVs – Gaining Traction at Last?

Unmanned ground vehicles have not yet seen the success experienced by unmanned airborne systems, but is this about to change? While unmanned air vehicles (UAVs)...
The OMFV program

US Army Big Six Requirements and Programmes (Part 1)

This is the first of a two part series to explain the US Army’s ‘Big Six’ programmes to future proof it over the coming...

Thank you for the MEWSIC!

An important step forward in the modernisation of the Royal Navy’s electronic warfare capabilities. The Royal Navy’s surface electronic warfare posture is being overhauled via...
Qinetiq

QinetiQ and AM General Partner To Develop Hybrid Electric Humvees

With the push towards electric technology growing in all defence sectors, research and development specialist QinteiQ have teamed with automotive manufacturer AM General to...
MEWSIC

Babcock, Elbit Systems UK and QinetiQ awarded contract for the UK Royal Navy

Babcock International Group (Babcock), the defence, security and aerospace company has been awarded a c.£100m, 13-year contract by the UK's Defence Equipment and Support...
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New report: becoming ‘The Hardest Target’ for adversaries

The nations able to perfect a holistic approach to technological deterrents will make themselves the hardest targets for enemies to strike, according to a...

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