What will the war look like in 2035?

Since the end of the Second World War, the evolutions on the battlefield have above all followed an incremental dynamic, with more and more powerfully armed tanks ...

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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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Despite withdrawal agreement, China, India strengthen their positions in the Himalayas

The noise of boots is starting to become deafening in this year 2020, as regional and international crises are rapidly growing, and potentially armed conflicts are emerging ...

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In turn, Russia presents its self-propelled gun "Caesar-like"

Coco Channel used to say that success was measured by the number of copies. According to this precept, the teams of French Nexter who designed the CEASAR self-propelled gun can…

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20 programs to strengthen the armies and preserve the French industrial fabric

Between the health and economic crisis linked to the Covid19 virus, and the security crises which are shaking the Middle East, the Mediterranean, Asia and Eastern Europe, the subjects of concern do not…

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PILUM: the European Defense Agency launches its electric cannon program

It was about time, one might say… The European Defense Agency has announced that it has selected the partners who will participate in the PILUM program, for Projectiles for Increased Long-range effects Using Electro-Magnetics (a bit…

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Russia begins testing a wheeled version of its Koalitsiya-SV self-propelled gun

While the artillery units of the Russian army perceive their first self-propelled 152mm 2S35 Koalitsiya-SV self-propelled guns, a new version of the armored vehicle, this time mounted on a chassis…

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Hypersonic missiles are becoming the priority of the US Department of Defense to counter the Chinese threat.

A few weeks ago, before starting the study on the sustainability of aircraft carriers in the US Navy, Mark Esper, the secretary to the Defense of the United States, had publicly questioned the…

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