Successfull tests of the CH-53K King Stallion

CH- 53K King Stallion

Lockheed Martin announced the CH- 53K King Stallion successfully completed initial operational testing by the U.S. Ma­rine Corps to verify the key capabilities of the heavy lift helicopter. The week-long operational assessment by...> more


RAM Block 2 delivered

RAM block 2

RAM-System GmbH (RAMSYS) has de­livered the first lot of state-of-the-art RAM Block 2 guided ship self-defence missiles for the German Navy. The total procure­ment contract is about 445 RAM Block 2 missiles. The missiles will be...> more


The European MALE RPAS enters its next stage

European MALE RPAS

The project of a European MALE RPAS (Medium Altitude Long Endurance Remo­tely Piloted Aircraft System) has become more definite within the last weeks. The contract for the Definition Study of the Eu­ropean MALE RPAS Programme,...> more


The successful demonstration of NCCP

General Atomics communication enhancement POD

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, (GA ASI) a manufacturer of Remotely Pi­loted Aircraft (RPA) systems, radars, and electro-optic and related mission systems solutions, announced that its Network Centric Communications Pod...> more


Desert Field Test of the HMV Survivor 1

ranz Achleitner's HMS Survivor in the desert

The video shows the new developed HMV Survivor 1 during its desert field tests in Abu Dhabi. Achleitner, an Austrian vehicle manufacturer, developed the HMV Survivor 1 as a protected Vehicle for Special Forces and military police...> more


Logos Technologies unveils lightweight, exportable version of KESTREL sensor

Lagos KESTREL KS-200

Logos Technologies unveiled its new KESTREL KS-200 wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) sensor at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. The KESTREL...> more


AZCAN Launches New Line of Armoured Vehicles at ADEX 2016


AZCAN Defense Solutions is a joint Azerbaijani-Canadian Manufacturer specialising in the production of armoured vehicles for private, commercial and military purposes. The company will unveil its full range of innovative armoured...> more

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Contents of issue 5/2016 include:

  • Norwegian Defence Policy and Role in NATO  (Bjørn Domaas Josefsen)
  • The Need to Reform and Strengthen the Norwegian Armed Forces  (Admiral Haakon Bruun-Hanssen)
  • “The annual budget for defence materiel investments is approximately NOK 13 billion.” (Interview with NDMA’s Investment Director, Major General Dag Hugo Stølan)
  • Capabilities Made in Norway - Norwegian Defence Industry Supplies World-Class Defence Equipment to Armed Forces around the World - (Torbjørn Svensgård)
  • The Enhanced Role of Frontex  (Interview with Berndt Koerner, Deputy Executive Director of Frontex)
  • Perspectives for Ukraine’s Long-Term Security  (Iryna Solonenko)
  • Israeli-Turkish Relations: Coming Together but Going Alone  (Eugene Kogan)
  • "In the future, we have to manage and understand a sea of data.” (Interview with NATO’s Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment, Mr Patrick Auroy)
  • “The acquisition of new combat vessels plays a critical part in maintaining the Navy’s capability.” (Interview with Commodore Timo Hirvonen, Chief of Staff, Finnish Navy)
  • PXR BALTOPS 2016 – Expanding in Numbers and Reach (Georg Mader)
  • “The modernisation of the Navy is achieved with the involvement of the domestic industry and partner nations.”  (Interview with Rear Admiral Predrag Stipanovi?, Chief of the Croatian Navy)
  • British Naval Construction Current Programmes and Future Prospects  (Conrad Waters)
  • Multi-Role Combat Ship Class 180 First Experiences with the Competitive Contract Award Procedure (Rudolf Braun)
  • The Italian Navy’s New PPA and LSS (Luca Peruzzi)
  • AEGIR Type Support Vessels A Cost-Effective Response to Modern Naval Logistics Support Requirements (Conrad Waters)
  • Technology Application Plus Common Sense Combat Multiplication Possibilities for the Infantry (David Saw)
  • Joint Light Tactical Vehicle – Deliveries Begin (Sidney E. Dean)
  • Weapons and Sensor Concepts for Surface Combatants (Bob Nugent)


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