The U.S. Navy this month accepted the first E-6B Mercury upgraded by Northrop Grumman Corp. in Lake Charles, delivering enhanced airborne strategic communication capabilities to the warfighter.
The Ministry of Defence is purchasing 14 new helicopters for special operations. The aircraft follow the Cougar transport helicopters.
The Finnish Defence Forces purchase Patria 6×6 armoured vehicles as a part of the multinational Finland-led CAVS (Common Armoured Vehicle Systems) programme that also features Latvia, Sweden, and Germany.
Kraken Robotics Inc. announces a $9.5 million contract to supply high-resolution seabed mapping sonar equipment to a navy in Asia-Pacific.
Oshkosh Defense LLC, an Oshkosh Corporation company, announced the production of the 20,000th Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV).
On June 1, the Vice-President of the Council of Ministers, Minister of National Defense, Mr. Mariusz Błaszczak, approved a framework contract for the supply of 155 mm artillery ammunition with the possibility of acquiring various types of 120 mm ammunition.
Curtiss-Wright Selected by General Dynamics to Provide MRO Services for the Austrian Army’s Ulan Infantry Fighting Vehicle Fleet
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division a leading supplier of Modular Open Systems Approach solutions engineered for success, today announced that was selected by General Dynamics European Land Systems-Steyr to provide maintenance, repair and overhaul services to help extend the operational life of the Austrian Army’s fleet of Ulan Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFV).
Bell Textron Canada Ltd., a Textron Inc. company, announced today the purchase agreement for six Bell 407GXi helicopters. The government-to-government contract was executed between the Ministry of Defense of Argentina and the Canadian Commercial Corporation.
Today, the Department of Defense (DoD) announced additional security assistance to meet Ukraine’s critical security and defense needs.
A B-52 from the 307th Bomb Wing arrived at a Boeing Co., facility in San Antonio, on May 25, to begin receiving the Active Electronically Scanned Array system (AESA), as part of the Air Force’s B-52 Radar Modernization Program.