• France tests amphibious capabilities of Scorpion vehicles

    The French Army, supported by the Marine Nationale (navy), is conducting qualification testing of the ability of Scorpion armoured vehicles to be transported by sea, the Direction Générale de l’Armement (DGA), the French defence procurement agency, announced on its website on 14

  • Huber+Suhner’s GPSoF aims to share power and data via fibre cables

    Huber+Suhner is exploring a growing number of applications for its new Direct GPS over Fiber (GPSoF) technology, designed to enable communication equipment and other devices to be powered via fibre-optic cable. GPSoF was launched in early September and the company said it is the first such solution

  • NATO’s training mission in Iraq gaining momentum

    NATO’s train-the-trainer mission in Iraq is making progress on several fronts, including ordnance disposal, equipment codification, and cyber-awareness training, according to the mission’s out-going commander, Major General Dany Fortin. “We are setting the conditions for a

  • IDF planners make increased use of battle simulations

    The Israel Defense Forces’ (IDF) Operations Branch has been making increasingly effective use of a battle simulation computer system, an officer in charge of operational simulations has told Jane’s . “The combination of the development of technology and computing abilities on the

  • Northrop Grumman to deliver tactical data link systems to ADF

    Northrop Grumman announced on 6 November that has been awarded a three-year contract by the Australian Defence Force Tactical Data Link Authority (ADFTA) to deliver an undisclosed number of tactical data link (TDL) systems and training as part of the development of the ADF’s Joint Data

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  • Ricardo delivers drives to keep CVR(T) in UK service

    The British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) has received the first four replacement final drives for the United Kingdom’s Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance (Tracked) (CVR[T]) family from Ricardo Performance Products, the company announced in a press release on 8 October. The contract, issued