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    Department 13 (D13) is teaming with Raytheon to support its MESMER system, a counter unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS) capability that can detect and stop or redirect a UAS. MESMER uses radio frequency (RF) protocol manipulation to take advantage of the weaknesses in a system's digital radio signal

  • IARPA eyes defence applications for AI efforts

    The US Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is working on several projects in video analysis and other areas of artificial intelligence (AI) that could have military applications, according to an organisation official. IARPA, which sits within the Office of the Director of

  • Brazil to acquire additional SAR-configured C295

    Brazil has exercised an option for an additional Airbus Defence and Space (DS) C295 search and rescue (SAR)-configured aircraft, to add to two that were ordered in 2014. The additional SAR-configured aircraft, which was announced on 22 January, will bring the total number of SAR and

  • CNO touts BMD potential of Aegis

    Admiral John Richardson, the US chief of naval operations, said he is confident about the ability of the Aegis combat system aboard appropriately outfitted US guided-missile destroyers and cruisers to conduct ballistic missile defence (BMD) missions, even during the initial boost phase.

  • Japan to assist with establishment of 11 new radar stations across southern Philippines

    Key Points Japan is providing Manila with resources to establish 11 new coastal radar stations across southern Philippines Move aims to secure major shipping lanes that connect the Sulu Sea, with the Celebes Sea and the Pacific Ocean In an effort to help bolster security along a notorious sea

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  • Sea sentinels: Chinese unmanned maritime systems gain traction

    Although Chinese unmanned aerial vehicles have attracted significant interest in recent years, the country is also advancing the development of its unmanned maritime systems in the surface and underwater domains. Kelvin Wong investigates some of the latest efforts under way
  • Future fighter: F-35 begins transition into US service

    As the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter begins to enter into US service in meaningful numbers, Gareth Jennings explores efforts being undertaken by the US Marine Corps, US Air Force, and US Navy to fully integrate the aircraft into their inventories and their plans for its future employment
  • Bridging the gaps: China works to boost combat engineer capabilities

    China’s People’s Liberation Army has taken into service significant quantities of new armoured fighting vehicles, artillery systems, and logistics support equipment. However, while some new engineering equipment has been fielded, there are gaps in China’s combat engineering capability. Christopher F Foss surveys the current offerings
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  • IDF developing C2I smartwatch for field officers

    The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are set to introduce a new portable command, control, and information (C2I) system for its ground forces, which for the first time will serve all field officer ranks, from platoon to brigade commanders. Called Shaked (Hebrew for ‘almond’), the new system

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