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Casting the Net: New Combat Net Radios for the US Army

The US Army’s Combat Net Radio programme heralds new transceivers for the US armed forces to eventually replace legacy SINCGARS systems. It has been a...
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...
Typhoon Captor E

Airborne AESA Fighter Radars

AESA radars are generally considered to be the most innovative and technologically-advanced type of tactical radar system and have become almost a necessity for...

Fuchs Bows Out

The Koninklijke Landmacht (Dutch Army) is to acquire new Electronic Warfare (EW) vehicles, the country’s defence ministry has announced. The plans revealed in late...
FST-2022

Preliminary attendee list released ahead of the Future Soldier Technology Conference in 2 weeks

SMi Group Reports: Over 150 attendees have signed up to attend the Future Soldier Technology Conference – the preliminary attendee list has been released. The...
AirTanker Holdings-RAF

Completion of the sale of stake in AirTanker Holdings

On 13 September 2021, Babcock International Group PLC announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement with Equitix Investment Management Limited for the...
Thales-mine warfare

Dead Reckoning – Pathways to USV/UUV Autonomy

How much autonomy do maritime USVs and UUVs actually need to accomplish their missions now and in the future? ‘Autonomous’, ‘unmanned’, ‘uncrewed’, ‘lean manning’… over...
Thales FZ275 2.75-inch rocket is loaded in the Arnold Defense FLETCHER launcher

New Thales 2.75-inch Rocket (FZ275) certified for firing from Arnold Defense LAND-LGR4 “FLETCHER” launcher

Arnold Defense, the St. Louis based manufacturer of 70mm/2.75-inch rocket launchers, together with Thales, have achieved formal certification to fire the new Thales FZ275...

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...

Mind The Gap

The French Air and Space Force will retire its two C-160G SIGINT planes next year. Will this cause a shortfall in strategic/operational SIGINT collection? Both...

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