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  • TADTE 2019: Taiwan’s MPC readies new low-profile RCWS for Cloud Leopard

    The Taiwanese Ministry of National Defense’s (MND’s) Materiel Production Center (MPC) has unveiled a new remote-controlled weapon station (RCWS) that has been specifically designed to reduce the target profile of the Republic of China Army (RoCA)’s 8×8 CM-32 Cloud Leopard

  • TADTE 2019: NCSIST unveils Fire Cardinal mini-UAV

    Taiwan’s National Chung Shan Institute of Science and Technology (NCSIST) has unveiled a new entry to its Hong Que (Cardinal) family of tactical mini-unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) at the 2019 Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition (TADTE), which is being held in Taipei from 15

  • Tumosan advances indigenous powerpack development

    Turkey’s Tumosan is developing and testing new diesel engine and automatic transmission systems such as the ALP Lightweight Tracked Vehicle Powerpack (LTVP) using internal research and development funding. The ALP has been trialled aboard the FNSS Savunma Sistemleri Armoured Combat Vehicle 15

  • Navy leverages gaming tech in new augmented reality training prototype

    Programme officials at the US Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR) and Naval Surface Warfare Command (NSWC) are pulling a page from the video game industry, leveraging the advances made in that field in augmented reality (AR) technology and integrating them into near-term solutions for US

  • Collins Aerospace rolls out new airborne networking radio

    American military communications firm Collins Aerospace is looking to leverage the US armed forces’ growing appetite for multi-channel, software-driven combat communications with its latest airborne networking radio offering. The TruNet AR-2000 is the two-channel version of the single-channel

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  • Wheels vs tracks: Reviewing AFV trends

    As conflicts have evolved, the requirements for AFVs have boosted cost, weight, and mission system needs. Sam Cranny-Evans and Jon Hawkes examine Western and Russian case studies in the continued evolution of the tracks versus wheels debate
  • Protecting the dragon’s den: PLA grows air-defence capabilities to meet future airborne threats

    China is rapidly enhancing its air-defence capabilities with an eye on addressing the proliferation of Western-made fifth-generation combat aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region. Wasif Naqi and Kelvin Wong examine the mix of indigenous and imported surface-to-air missiles and radar systems that have been fielded by the People’s Liberation Army
  • Progressive HARM: An evolution in capability

    The suppression and/or destruction of enemy air-defence systems is essential to sustaining US and allied anti access/area denial mission superiority. Robin Hughes explores the evolution of the AGM-88 High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile in advancing this capability
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  • USMC to demo G/ATOR with Iron Dome

    US Marine Corps (USMC) leaders are in a race to field a capability to intercept mid-range rockets and artillery, and they are set to host a demonstration integrating Northrop Grumman’s AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) with components of Rafael’s Iron Dome system. In a
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