• Navy League 2015: PEO U&W to compete weapons components, integrate them itself

    The US Navy (USN) will seek to compete future components for weapons and act as the integrator, rather than buying new systems, according to the USN's strike weapons buyer. Navy officials are shifting to a strategy whereby industry must compete for functional modules within a weapon system and

  • Israeli Navy 'assumes' Hizbullah has Yakhont missiles

    The Israeli Navy is operating under the assumption that the Lebanese Shia group Hizbullah has Russian-made Yakhont land-based anti-ship missile systems, a senior Israeli Navy source told journalists on 29 March. The source did not say whether this assumption was based on reliable intelligence or

  • LIMA 2015: BAE Systems proposes combat system upgrades for Malaysia, Indonesia

    Key Points BAE Systems is proposing Sea Ceptor as replacement for the soon-to-be-obsolete Seawolf Upgrades touted as low-risk given the UK's adoption of a similar enhancement BAE Systems is proposing upgrade packages derived from the UK Royal Navy's (RN's) Type 23 Capability Sustainment Programme

  • Iran claims to have tested 'very special weapon'

    The naval wing of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) has implied that it is working on a missile that can be launched from a submerged submarine. Iranian television showed footage of a missile being launched from below the surface during the 'Great Prophet 9' exercise that was held on

  • Aselsan, Thales continue LMM launcher development

    Key Points Aselsan and Thales have signed a further agreement for joint development of shipborne launcher systems for the Thales Lightweight Multirole Missile (LMM) The agreement covers continued development of four- and eight-round LMM Missile Launching System variants Aselsan and Thales UK's

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