Denel Inkunzi PAW

In completing the industrialisation, and concluding supply contracts to two international clients, Denel PMP has successfully introduced the Inkunzi PAW - a semi-automatic weapon that can destroy selected high-value targets up to...> more


How to defend the nuclear deterrence

NATO definition and classification of cyber threats

Last week NATO held their two day conference on Cyber Defence, the NATO Cyber Security Alliance Symposium (NIAS16) in Mons, Belgium. It was an outstanding meeting of the who-is-who in military cyber defence, with representatives...> more


Armed Black Hawk

S-70i Black Hawk helicopter

Two systems presented by Lockheed Martin during MSPO will be of high in­terest: the F-35 cockpit demonstrator and the armed Black Hawk battle support helic­opter. This armed version of Sikorsky’s Po­lish-built S-70i Black Hawk...> more


Combat proven NANO UAV at this years MSPO

PD-100 Personal Reconnaissance System with the Black Hornet a combat proven NANO UAV

Prox Dynamics is a Norwegian company which develops, manufactures and mar­kets the PD-100 Personal Reconnaissance System (PRS) with the Black Hornet Nano UAV (NUAS), the World’s smallest and ope­rational UAV. Hailed as a...> more


Leopard upgrade and AMPV

At this years’ MSPO Rheinmetall shows some of the solutions already acquired by Poland together with demonstrators or systems that might fit to Polish needs.  One of the projects already under contract is the Leopard 2...> more


Highlights at Thales

At MSPO Thales shows a broad portfolio with advanced solutions suiting different Polish demands. Thales has been present in Poland since 1992 and currently employs more than 250 people. Among the shown highlights during MSPO is...> more


Patriot with Polish workshare

The other bidder with very good chances for winning Wisla is Raytheon with the Patriot air defence system, that is shown during MSPO. Patriot has been modernised throughout the years, with upgrade elements chosen by the user...> more

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  • NATO’s Warsaw Summit: Re-Establishing Deterrence, Projecting Stability (Jamie Shea)
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