NATO Secretary General launches his Annual Report for 2022 [VIDEO]
The Secretary General welcomed that 2022 was the eighth consecutive year of increased defence spending across Europe and Canada, amounting to a 2.2% rise in real terms and a total of $350 billion extra since 2014.
Rheinmetall AG joins the DAX, Germany’s benchmark stock exchange index
Following Rheinmetall’s strategic reorientation in 2021, the Group has successfully transformed itself into an integrated technology enterprise, with enhanced transfer of knowledge and expertise between its military- and civilian-oriented divisions.
EU and NATO are stepping up protection of critical infrastructure
EU and NATO are joining forces to step up the existing cooperation by launching an EU-NATO Task Force on Resilience of Critical Infrastructure.
Rheinmetall is on track for success: all-time earnings high, record order backlog
“Rheinmetall is taking responsibility in a changing world. In terms of business, we remain on a very good trajectory,” says Armin Papperger, Chief Executive Officer of Rheinmetall AG.
MBDA: Co-operation is our strength
MBDA contributes to European air defence security through the comprehensive solutions offered to counter the whole range of air threats, from long-range ballistic missiles to very small unmanned aircraft.
European Union countries agreed on a plan to give one million artillery shells to Ukraine over the next year.
The IRIS-T SLM air defence system delivered by the German government to Ukraine achieves very high effectiveness in a real combat scenario.
Qatar’s NH90 helicopter fleet reached 1,000 flight hours in service on 28th February 2023, showing outstanding effectiveness and serviceability.
SYPAQ Systems supports Ukrainian Armed Forces
Australian company SYPAQ delivers Corvo PPDS drones to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Polish, Netherlands and French fighter jets train on eastern flank
NATO fighter jets conducted combined air policing drills simulating aircraft intercepts and conducting approach, handover and escort procedures.
Survitec equips 2,000th F-35 pilot with aircrew flight equipment ensemble
Survitec has equipped its 2,000th F-35 pilot with Aircrew Flight Equipment (AFE).
Northrop Grumman to produce MESA for the US Air Force E-7
Northrop Grumman Corporation will enter into production of the Multi-role Electronically Scanned Array (MESA) sensor for the US Air Force E-7 aircraft.
The iMUGS Consortium develops solutions for future warfare [VIDEO]
The presentation of the iMUGS project organized by KMW (Krauss-Maffei Wegmann) took place at the Lehnin military training area.
WFEL signs a contract with Wesco Anixter for components for Boxer vehicles
WFEL has awarded a three-year contract to Chesterfield-based Wesco Anixter for the supply of components to be used in the assembly and integration of the Boxer Armoured Vehicles for UK MOD.
Field hospital donated in cooperation between Estonia, Norway and the Netherlands arrived in Ukraine
The Estonian Centre for Defence Investments (ECDI) in cooperation with Norway and the Netherlands sent a third field hospital aid package to Ukraine to support them in the war against Russian aggression.
Croatia to buy additional Patria AMV vehicles and Spike LR missiles
Croatia announced plans to purchase additional Patria AMV vehicles and Spike LR anti-tank guided missiles.
MST Group’s FRISC craft selected for German F126 Frigates
MST Group has been commissioned by Damen Shipyards Group to equip the German Navy’s F126 frigates with 12m rigid-hulled inflatable mission boats.
Royal Navy received Banshee Jet 80+ drones from QinetiQ
The Royal Navy has taken delivery of new jet-powered Banshee drones capable of flying up to 400mph.
HENSOLDT UK awarded contracts for the Philippine Navy
HENSOLDT UK has been awarded two contracts by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) to supply Kelvin Hughes Mk11 SharpEye navigation radars to the Philippine Navy.
Nuclear reactors from Rolls-Royce to power Australian submarines
Rolls-Royce Submarines Ltd will provide reactors for Australia’s nuclear powered submarines.
FSO Instruments: joint venture of Demcon and VDL Groep for satellite communications
The Dutch technology developers and producers, Demcon and VDL Groep, are combining their laser satellite communication activities in FSO instruments.
UK and Japan sign arrangement to cooperate in space
The respective leaders of the Royal Air Force and the Japan Air Self Defence Force have signed Terms of Reference outlining future space cooperation between their organisations.
Asio Technologies completes another delivery of thousands of ORION systems to the IDF
Asio Technologies has fulfilled a follow-on order from the IDF and recently delivered thousands of additional ORION systems.
GMV will develop the future Galileo Second Generation capabilities
The European Space Agency (ESA) has awarded technology multinational GMV a contract for the development of the Galileo Second Generation System Test Bed (G2STB).