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Russia Plans to Deploy Anti-Satellite Airborne Laser Weapons

Russia is preparing to renew flight testing of a high-power flying laser designed to operate as an anti-satellite weapon, the Tass news agency reported. Based on the Ilyushin Il-76MD transport plane the airborne laser laboratory aircraft flew for its first test mission in August 19, 1981. Two aircraft were modified and equipped for the tests that ceased following the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Russian Sub Hunter to Receive a Guided, Anti-Submarine Weapon

The Russian Navy is activating the Mi-14 in the submarine hunting mission after the helicopter was decommissioned from this role in 1996. Back then the helicopter was tasked with depth charges and massive nuclear weapons used in anti-submarine warfare. On its new mission, the helicopter will receive lighter, conventional armed Zalon-2 guided anti-submarine weapons.

Russia Offers Verba MANPADS to India

Pursuing the Indian requirement for a new very short range air defense weapon, the Russian arms exporter 'Rosoboronexport' debuts the latest Man Portable Air Defense System (MANPADS) 9K333 “Verba” at DEFEXPO-2016.

Russian Arms Export Remain Stable in 2015

Russia arms exports remained stable in 2015, despite the sharp drop in oil prices, that has drawn economical difficulties in some of the markets Russia is active in.

Russian Army Evaluates a New, Disposable Rocket Launcher

The Russian Armed Forces are testing a new, yet unnamed disposable rocket-propelled grenade launcher.

Russian Military to Test Combat Robots in 2016

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In the next 10 years about 30 percent of the Russian combat power will consist of remotely controlled and robotic platforms. Uran-9, unmanned BMP-3, obstacle breaching and demining flail robot are among the new systems covered here.

Failed Cruise Missile Crashes Into Russian Village

A cruise missile tested yesterday by its manufacturer NPO Mashinostroyeniya failed on a test flight and crashed into a three storey building at the town of Nenoksa in the Arkhangelsk region in northern Russia.

Russian Fullback (Su-34) Marks First Combat Mission over Syria

Despite the Russian declared intention to assist fighting ISIS in Syria, NATO defense officials are concerned of the Russian military buildup in the country

Russian Parliament Approves Military Action in Syria, While US Scales Back...

The upper chamber of the Russian parliament has unanimously given a formal consent to President Putin to use the nation’s military in Syria to fight terrorism at a request from the Syrian President Bashar Assad. Consent was necessary for deployment of troops for foreign combat missions under the Russian constitution.

Egypt to Equip its New Mistral-Class Helicopter Carriers With 50 Russian...

Egypt, France and Russia have reached an agreement to sell Egypt the two Mistral Helicopter Carriers originally built in France for the Russian Navy. The ships could be delivered to Egypt in March 2016. Egypt is also buying Russian Ka-52K helicopters, to be delivered from 2017.

Russian Fighters Fly High at MAKS 2015

Facing the pressure of economic sanctions imposed by Western countries, the Russian civilian aviation market has experienced reduced business volume, due to dropping demand from domestic airlines. Against this background the military aviation market took center stage at the MAKS 2015 airshow at Zhukhovsky near Moscow, Russia. Despite the absence of new military aircraft, Russian manufacturers unveiled a number of new systems and capabilities at the airshow, positioned as the largest aerospace event of the Eastern bloc.

Russian Stealth Ship Killers Debut at MAKS 2015

Among the aerospace technologies displayed at MAKS 2015 in Zhukovsky last week were quite a few missiles, presented by different divisions of the Tactical Missile Corporation, and independent manufacturers. Some of the new missiles on display are outlined below:

Cyber Intelligence Report – July 15, 2015

In this edition: | Israel-US to Cooperate on Cybersecurity | Israel Police, Defense Ministry mulled buying spyware, Hacking Team leak reveals | Cyber security company SafeBreach raises $4m | FBI disapproves encryption of commercial products | US Senate bill would make social media report 'terrorist activity' | New hacking spyware systems for Russian intelligence agencies | UAE and US launch center for anti-IS online propaganda in Abu Dhabi | Draft of Chinese cybersecurity law | Australia's first Cyber Security Summit with business leaders | German-owned Patriot missiles stationed in Turkey briefly taken over by hackers | UK intelligence agencies used hacking to counter Northern Ireland terrorism | ​Germany launches new National Cyber Security Policy

Russian Tu95 Bomber Crashes in Russian Far-East

A Russian Tu-95 (NATO Reporting name 'Bear') crashed today in the Russian Far East region of Khabarovsk, while flying on a training mission. The aircraft was unarmed and all seven crew members abandoned the aircraft before it went down, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
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