• GRSE lays keel for Indian Navy’s second Project 17A frigate

    Indian state-owned shipyard Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) has begun work on the second of seven indigenously designed Shivalik II (Project 17A [P17A])-class frigates on order for the Indian Navy (IN). A keel-laying ceremony for the vessel, which is the first of three ships of the

  • CAE reports record order backlog in defence business

    Canadian modelling, simulation, and training services provider CAE has reported an 18% increase in revenues in its defence business year on year for the second quarter of fiscal year 2019, with the total defence backlog sitting at a record CAD4.4 billion (USD3.3 billion). Second quarter defence

  • Cobham delivers update on business performance

    Cobham is continuing a turnaround plan it has enforced to improve efficiencies across its businesses, reporting that in the first 10 months of 2018 it has performed as expected. It said that underlying operating profit performance in its Mission System and Communications and Connectivity divisions

  • Excalibur Army eyes Indonesian requirements with Pandur II CZ

    Czech company Excalibur Army has developed a new version of the 8×8 Pandur II CZ armoured fighting vehicle (AFV) called the Pandur II CZ Fire Support Vehicle (FSV), which has recently undergone trials in Indonesia alongside an infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) variant. The Pandur II CZ FSV is

  • Update: TF-X engine framework contract signed

    Turkey’s Presidency of Defence Industries (SSB) signed a framework contract on 8 November with TR Motor on the development of indigenous engines for the Turkish Fighter Experimental (TF-X) Milli Muharebe Uçagi (National Combat Aircraft, MMU), planned to be produced in co-operation

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    The US Navy (USN) is accelerating its development of naval unmanned systems through programmatic changes and contractual tools meant to field such systems as soon as possible, according to Captain Pete Small, programme manager for Unmanned Maritime Systems. For example, the (USN) has started the

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  • UK points to expanding opportunities in Indonesia

    The UK government is looking to expand defence industrial collaboration with Indonesia across several capability areas as part of wider efforts to spur defence trade between the two countries. Alexis Hammer, the regional director for Americas, East Asia, and Australia in the UK Department for
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