Type 214, Scorpene, Yuan: how do modern conventional submarines perform? - Part 1

With the return of international tensions in the early 2010s, the role of attack submarines increased dramatically for global navies. A new generation of attack submarines at…

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Spanish Indra will lead the “Sensors” section of the FCAS program, but is that good news?

This November 23, the Directorate General of French Armament, known by the acronym DGA, signed by delegation of the German, French and Spanish States, the contract granting to the electronics company ...

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What are the lessons of the war in Nagorno-Karabakh?

Along with the conflict in Donbass, the war which has just ended in Nagorno-Karabakh was one of the rare conflicts involving heavy state military means of ...

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What response for Ankara to the rapid modernization of the Greek armies?

According to the director general of the Greek armaments and investments, Theodoros Lagios, Athens would have transmitted to Washington a formal request in view of acquiring in a rapid schedule 18 to 24 ...

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From the F16 Viper to the JF-17 Thunder, do light fighters still have a role to play?

While Defense news today gives pride of place to heavy or medium combat aircraft, such as the F35, Rafale or Su35, lighter fighters continue to represent…

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Type 31, FDI, Gorshkov: What are the frigates worth today?

Today, the frigate is the surface combatant of excellence for the navies of the first rank, combining the versatility of their sensors with advanced weapon systems to ensure…

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Will Japan, South Korea and Turkey capture the 5G medium fighter market?

Since the end of the Second World War, 3 countries have traditionally shared the market for light fighters in the West: Great Britain (Vampire, Gnat, Harrier), France (Mystery ...

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