Email this pageSharing a common interest in securing offshore mineral exploration areas throughout the Eastern Mediterranean, Israel and Cyprus are tightening defense cooperation through a series of air and naval exercises conducted over the Islands’ southern coast. The relations between Israel, Cyprus and Greece are warming since 2008, as Israel’s closeRead More
Email this pageWarsaw is backtracking on its decision to withdraw 32 Sukhoi Su-22 strike fighters from service by 2015, and replace them with armed unmanned aerial systems (UAS) or drones. Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak confirmed recently that the 32 Sukhoi-22s stationed at Swidwin will remain in service for at leastRead More
Email this pageWith two of the major Israeli companies IAI and RAFAEL cleared from the bribery investigations that have casted shadows on business and dried out new contracts for months, the recent clearing of the Israeli companies form suspicion are likely to re-open the Indian wallets once again, moving forwardRead More
In a ‘buyers market’, when everyone is ready to sell everything, does India really need indigenous systems?
Email this pagePositioned as one of the world’s top five military powers, but lacking the advanced technologies its military forces can truly trust in combat, India has become the largest buyer of military systems, seeking aircraft carriers, submarines, missiles and main battle tanks, and from communications equipment to electro-optics. ManyRead More
Email this pageIsrael Aerospace Industries (IAI) has developed an advanced, high-speed unmanned boat designed for maritime, homeland security (HLS) surface warfare applications. The new Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) is called “Katana” unmanned combat marine system. As a multifunction vessel, Katana is compatible with various systems offered by IAI, and supportsRead More
Email this pageThe past week has seen significant escalation from the Gaza area, with the launching of rockets from the Gaza Strip and Israeli responses to these launchings. There is concern that the dynamic of escalation will inevitably lead to a decision by Israel to initiate another large scale operationRead More
Email this pageLibyan war planes attacked targets in south-central area of Libya on Saturday (January 18, 2014) after gunmen stormed and seized the Tamahind air force base outside Sabha, 770 km (480 miles) south of the capital Tripoli. At least 15 people have been killed in clashes between two tribesRead More