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IAI to Supply Heliborne Weapon Systems Based on LAHAT Missiles

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) was recently awarded a 'substantial contract' for the delivery of a ‘large number’ of LAser Homing ATtack (LAHAT) missile systems,...

Russian Proton M fails to insert 3 GLONASS Satellites into Orbit

A launch of three Russian Glonass navigation satellites failed today as the Proton M rocket failed immediately after liftoff, tumbled, veered off its trajectory,...

Elmo Introduces Advanced Servo Controls for Missiles, UAVs

Elmo, a provider of motion control (servo) solutions is presenting new servo applications designed for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and other aerospace applications. At...

Airbus Military Test MBDA Marte MK2/S Anti-Ship Missile with C295

Airbus Military and MBDA have successfully demonstrated the release of an instrumented Marte MK2/S anti-ship inert missile installed under the wing of the C295 maritime patrol aircraft.

In Surprise Move, North Korea Launches Long-Range Rocket

At a time when most of the world was led to believe that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) was experiencing unknown technical problems with a three-stage Uhna-3 rocket scheduled to be launched between 10 and 29 December, Pyongyang fired the rocket at 9:49 AM Japan Standard Time (JST) on 12 December.

Asia-Pacific Defense-Update

The new issue of Asia pacific Defense Update is here! This digest of 28 articles highlighting recent defense news events from the region is based on the full version (premium content) from Defense Update and other sources, brought to you in a concise, pdf edition you can store on your desktop, read on tablets and smartphones.

China, Indonesia Expand Military Cooperation

China and Indonesia have started talks on the local production of C-705 anti-ship missiles, as part of Indonesia’s efforts to achieve independence in weapons production. The initial talks were conducted as part of the first China-Indonesia defense industry cooperation meeting held in Jakarta on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.

Singapore navy Tests Barak Missiles at the South China Sea

The Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) conducted a live-firing of the Rafael Barak anti-missile missile in the South China Sea yesterday, as part of the 18th annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise which Singapore is conducting with the United States.

Following the Trophy Success, RAFAEL Develops Hard Kill Countermeasures for Helicopters

RAFAEL has demonstrated key elements for an active defense system for helicopters, designed to protect from unguided weapons such as Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPG). The 'Fliker' interceptor is designed to minimize debris and thereby reduce the risk that shrapnel will hit and damage the aircraft.

PyongYang Prepares for 3rd Nuke Blast, Following Missile Launch Failure

North Korea launched its long-range Unha-3 rocket today, Friday the 13th but the launch seems to have failed shortly after lift-off. No launch confirmation has been provided by North Korea yet. First reports say that an abnormally large “flare” was identified shortly after separation of the rocket’s first stage and the remaining portions of the rocket crashed somewhere in the sea.

North Korea Positions Rocket For Launch, Threatens Retaliation For Interference

North Korea’s new Unha-3 is now assembled on its launch platform in preparation for a highly controversial satellite launch later this week. And for the first time, the secretive North has granted a select group of international observers an extraordinary opportunity to view the rocket and witness the launch.

EROS B Satellite Unveils North Korean Preparations for Missile Launch at...

Satellite imagery captured by the Israeli EROS-B satellite on March 28, 2012 show the North Korean preparations for the planned April launch of a...

IDAS Submarine Launched Surface to Air Missile System

Diehl Defense from Germany is back at the Singapore Airshow promoting a number of defense systems which are of high value to customers in...

IAI Introduces the ‘Total Connectivity Solution’ at the Singapore Airshow 2012

IAI's new family of networking systems integrates common core capabilities and specific solutions designed for land forces missions, and airborne applications supporting air operations. A special subset of the system is uniquely tailored for the operation of precision-guided weapons.
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