The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of North Macedonia of Stryker Vehicles and related equipment for an estimated cost of $210 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale today.
On the 14th of March the Armament Inspectorate spokesman, major Krzysztof Płatek, informed that three potential candidates have joined the contamination removal vehicles tender.
The Directorate of Defense R&D in the Ministry of Defense, the IDF’s Ground Forces and Elbit Systems Reveal the “Iron Sting”
The Directorate of Defense R&D in the Ministry of Defense, the IDF’s Ground Forces and Elbit Systems Reveal the “Iron Sting”: A Precise, Laser and GPS Guided Mortar Munition.
Raytheon Missiles & Defense, a Raytheon Technologies business, successfully completed the first-ever demonstration of a Stinger missile fired from a Javelin Lightweight Command Launch Unit, or LWCLU, for the U.S. Army. The missile engaged and defeated an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), validating the capability of the combined systems to defeat emerging threats on land and in the air.
On the 10th of March PCO S.A. signed an agreement with the Polish Armament Inspectorate for the night vision MU-3AM and MU-3ADM goggles delivery as well as the PCS-5M goggles and the NPL-1M night vision binoculars delivery.
The Zakłady Metalowe DEZAMET S.A. from Nowe Dęby signed the agreement with the Armaments Inspectorate to deliver 40 mm GPBO-40 grenade launchers. The agreement covers production and delivery of single-shot underbarrel version GPBO-40 grenade launchers to Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland in 2021.
The 405th Army Field Support Brigade’s Army Field Support Battalion-Mannheim received about three dozen next-generation M109A7 Paladin Artillery Systems and M992A3 Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicles by railhead at Coleman Barracks, March 4.
Saab has received an order for deliveries of Carl-Gustaf® M4 weapons and ammunition to the Estonian Armed Forces. The order value is approximitly 100 MSEK and deliveries will take place in 2021-2022.
Lockheed Martin successfully tested its next-generation Extended-Range Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (ER GMLRS) munition in an 80-kilometer flight demonstration at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. During the flight test, the ER GMLRS round was fired from the U.S. Army’s High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS®) launcher, built by Lockheed Martin, meeting test objectives.
The main pieces of equipment of the first High Mobility Artillery Rocket System – HIMARS which will enter the service of the Romanian Armed Forces arrived into the country, on 20th February, in Constanța Harbor.