Modern nuclear attack submarines

With the episode of Australia canceling the Shortfin Barracuda conventionally-powered submarine contract in favor of US-British nuclear-powered submarines, nuclear-powered attack submarines have…

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Will the future US Navy DDG (x) destroyer be a "transitional" destroyer?

As Congress has approved the construction of an additional Arleigh Burke Flight III class destroyer for 2022, and the US Navy has announced a major plan to ...

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Boeing pulls out all the stops to try to salvage German Super Hornet contract

As we know, after the failures in Switzerland, Finland and Canada, three countries which today use the F/A-18 Hornet, the German contract for 30 F/A 18 E/F…

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Towards a failure of the Russia-NATO negotiations?

The negotiations that are being held this week in Geneva between the representatives of the Russian Federation and those of the Western camps including the United States and NATO, have known since yesterday…

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The Su-75 Checkmate returns to the UAE to try to permanently remove the F-35

The United Arab Emirates were identified as a strategic prospect by Rostec, and this from the start of the communication around this program. Moscow and Abu Dhabi are in…

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The US Navy will equip its Arleigh Burke Flight IIA destroyers with the new EASA SPY-6 radar

Like the Ticonderoga cruisers and many destroyers and anti-aircraft frigates in service with the allied navies of the United States, the American destroyers of the Arleigh Burke class,…

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Australia to acquire 75 M1A2 SEPv3 Abrams heavy tanks from the United States

If certain aspects of Australian arbitrations are questionable, there is no doubt that the country has committed significant resources to modernize its defense tool. While the competition ...

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