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The Rheinmetall Panther KF51 MBT design includes step changes in the key areas of lethality, survivability and situational awareness and is armed with a 130mm L/52 smooth bore gun fed by an automatic loader. (Christopher F. Foss)

Panther KF51 Unveiled in Paris

After a four year gap, Eurosatory 2022 opened with a raft of new developments including the unveiling of the Rheinmetall Panther KF51 main battle...
KF51 Panther

Rheinmetall presenting KF51 Panther at Eurosatory 2022

Rheinmetall is debuting its new KF51 Panther at Eurosatory 2022. The latest member of Rheinmetall's family of tracked vehicles (KF is short for "Kettenfahrzeug",...
Medium-Calibre-Ammo

Rheinmetall supplies 35mm ammunition to NATO customers – contract value around € 20 million

Rheinmetall has been contracted by several NATO customers to supply 35mm calibre ammunition. Deliveries will take place in 2023 and 2024 and the contract...
THeMIS Observe

Milrem’s UGV Can Now Delivering ISR

Milrem Robotics is launching its newly developed autonomous Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) unmanned ground system called THeMIS Observe. Although based on the company’s THeMIS...
Laser-Effector

Laser weapons against drones – Rheinmetall conducts successful trials for the Bundeswehr

Rheinmetall has successfully tested the technology demonstrator version of a laser weapon built on behalf of the German Bundeswehr. The first trials with the...
A Falcon Squadron 6x6 Fuchs TPz CBRN reconnaissance vehicle and crew on a training exercise in Jordan. (Crown Copyright)

CBRN Danger Persists

Despite the impact of COVID-19, there is still good reason for governments to affirm their commitment to new CBRN equipment and training. The long delayed...
Rheinmetall-MBDA-teaming

Rheinmetall Italia signs memorandum of understanding with MBDA Italia to cooperate in air defence

MBDA Italia and Rheinmetall Italia have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore possibilities for collaborating in the area of air defence including disruptive...
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)...
Trophy on Merkava

When Armour Is Not Enough

Traditional armour is often not enough to prevent main battle tanks from being knocked out on the battlefield. One of the three key elements of...
Rheinmetall Lynx

Rheinmetall Successfully Tests Composite Rubber Track On Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle

Rheinmetall, the largest supplier of military vehicles to the Australian Defence Force has successfully completed demonstration trials of the Soucy Composite Rubber Track (CRT)...

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