CBRNE & EOD Defence

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  • Piecing together the puzzle: North Korea country briefing

    Recent provocations by North Korea - and the ongoing development of its nuclear weapon and ballistic missile capabilities - continue to demonstrate the active threat Pyongyang poses to regional stability. James Hardy reports
  • Libya deteriorates as factions vie for power

    Two competing governments, myriad militias, and a growing Islamic State presence are tearing Libya apart. Richard Cochrane assesses three potential scenarios for the country's future amid increasing factionalism, political stalemate, and economic crisis.
  • Pharma firms aim to reduce bio-warfare threat

    Private companies are increasingly investing in the development of biological weapon countermeasures. Mark Hollis and John Eldridge examine the evolving threat of bio-warfare and bio-terrorism, and the challenges faced by the commercial sector.
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  • Japan launches second Izumo-class helicopter carrier

    Japan's second and final Izumo-class helicopter carrier was launched at the Japan Marine United shipyard in Yokohama on 27 August. Named Kaga (the first Japanese naval ship to take the name since the Second World War aircraft carrier that took part in the Pearl Harbor attacks and was lost at the
  • USN kicks off LRASM integration on F/A-18E/F

    The US Navy (USN) has begun initial integration of Lockheed Martin's Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) onto the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet carrier-borne strike fighter. Fit checks are currently being conducted at Naval Air Station (NAS) Patuxent River, Maryland, ahead of the start of airworthiness
  • UK orders more Saab Giraffe AMB radars

    The British Armed Forces have ordered additional Giraffe AMB (Agile Multi-Beam) 3-D air-defence radars from Saab, the company announced on 24 August. Worth SEK610 million (USD74.6 million) the contract also includes the upgrade of the United Kingdom's existing Giraffe radars to the latest

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