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  • Pentagon acquisition chief makes counter-UAS top priority

    The US Department of Defense plans to redouble efforts in countering threats posed by unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), with the Pentagon’s top acquisition official putting the mission near the top of US national security priorities for 2020. “One of the threats seen in every [area of

  • Pentagon to roll out new cyber-security certifications for industry next month

    A slew of new cyber-security standards and protocols, being drafted by the Pentagon for the defence industry, is on track for release next month, with industry compliance to those standards becoming mandatory for all future US armed forces contracts beginning in the spring of 2020, the US Department

  • RUAG completes development of new Gladiator VLS

    RUAG Simulation & Training (S&T) has completed development of its new Gladiator vehicle live simulation (VLS) equipment and showcased it at the 2019 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) in Orlando in December. First revealed in prototype form at

  • DARPA reveals plans for NOMARS unmanned ship

    The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has laid out plans for another innovative unmanned autonomous ship programme a decade after launching its ground-breaking anti-submarine warfare (ASW) Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV) programme. In an information notice issued on 3

  • Limpid’s LPMK ‘see-through’ armour system delivered to Ukrainian Army

    Ukraine’s Limpid Armor has delivered the first set of its Land Platform Modernisation Kit (LPMK) to the Ukrainian Army for an initial series of product trials, according to company CEO Mykhailo Grechukhin. The LPMK is a ‘see-through’ armour system – using cameras to see

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