Thursday, November 15, 2018

Northrop Working On 50-kw Laser to Protect US Soldiers From Helicopters,...

Northrop Grumman will offer the U.S. Army a 50-kw laser capable of knocking helicopters and drones from the sky, hoping to satisfy the service's...

US Clears UK $3-Plus Billion Buy of 16 Chinooks

☝(A CH-47F Chinook helicopter with 3rd General Support Aviation Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade maneuvers to pick up an M119A3 howitzer during sling load...

Two Indigenous Artillery Guns All Set to Be Handed Over To...

It is reported that two variants of indigenous 155mm artillery guns are at final stages of being handed over to the Army. The...

To Combat Russian Subs, NATO allies team up to develop Unmanned...

⏩ The unmanned submarine-hunting surface drone Sea Hunter gets underway on the Williammette River in Portland, Ore. The platform represents an enormous technological leap for...

Belgium Picks F-35 over Eurofighter Typhoon for Future Fighter Jet

⏩ Belgium has to phase out its 54 F-16 Jets between 2023 and 2028 ⏩ Belgium will reportedly purchase 34 F-35A Lightning II and 38...

China’s H-20 nuclear stealth bomber might be unveiled next year —...

  Chinese media reported on Monday that Beijing would unveil its H-20 nuclear stealth bomber next year during the 70th anniversary of the People’s...

AMCA technology demonstrator to make first flight by 2032

Two ‘next generation technology demonstrators’ (NGTD) of the Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA), being developed by Aeronatics Development Agency (ADA) as India’s next generation fighter,...

Trump Vows to Quit Nuclear Arms Treaty With Russia

US President Donald Trump said that he will pull out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia, media reported. Donald Trump claimed that Russia...

The US Army’s Dream Gun: A Rifle That Can Fire Up...

Colorado gunsmith Martin Grier has invented a new kind of rifle—one that can fire up to five rounds at a time through five carefully-aligned...

Pentagon Chief: US ‘Cannot Accept’ China’s ‘Militarization’ in South China Sea

United States Defense Secretary James Mattis reiterated Washington’s position on the South China Sea Friday, calling for Japan and South Korea to work with...
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