Is technology moving too fast for industrial defense programs?

For the past two years, the United States Marine Corps has begun to reflect deeply on the nature of its mission in the years to come, and on the means by which ...

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Israel's TROPHY hard-kill system ready to embark on US Army Strykers

Hard-kill protection systems, an active device making it possible to intercept missiles and anti-tank rockets before they strike an armored vehicle, are now required as the essential tool to ensure…

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North Korea presents plethora of new armored vehicles for its 75th anniversary

North Korean armies have always had a reputation for being heavily equipped with severely obsolete equipment. And the inventory of its armored fleet, which is essentially based on Soviet and Chinese productions from…

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Coronavirus: armies at the heart of conspiratorial rumors

Even before the first speech by the President of the Republic in connection with the current coronavirus epidemic, on March 12, rumors concerning the armed forces were already circulating in ...

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With SCORPION, the French Army revolutionizes its combat capabilities in contact

Among the main European defense programs, the French SCORPION program undoubtedly holds a very special place. Truly structuring, it foresees nothing less than in-depth modernization ...

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The DGA notifies the order of 54 Griffons MEPAC equipped with 120mm 2M2R mortars

In a press release published on January 24, the GME Scorpion - Momentary Group of Companies made up of Nexter, Arquus and Thales - declared that the DGA had notified them on 30 ...

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The US Army relaunches the competition to equip its Strykers with a Hard-Kill system

Until the early 2000s, the US Army only had heavy means to transport its infantry forces, such as the M113 armored personnel carrier and the combat vehicle ...

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