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FLIR Systems has launched the new FLIR T620 and T640 professional grade thermal imaging cameras.
German company Vallon has unveiled its latest mine detection system; one of its advantages is that it can detect mines made with no metal parts...
Ruger’s award-winning lightweight compact revolver (LCR) is now available with an XS sight systems 24/7 tritium standard dot front sight and the original recoilabsorbing Hogue Tamer grip.
The PX 5.3 is the screening solution for mail rooms, schools, courthouses, corrections and corporate facilities, cruise ships and other environments where space is at a premium.
Chemring Group PLC and Hinduja Group India announce that they are in advanced discussions to establish a defence joint venture based in India.
For the second year in a row, Rockwell Collins was ranked as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies (WME) by the Ethisphere Institute.
IL&FS Group has exited its investments made in Pipavav Shipyard.
Finmeccanica’s Board of Directors has recently decided to initiate the merger of Elsag Datamat and Selex Communications.
The San Fernando-Puerto Real Shipyard has recently launched the fourth maritime action ship “Tornado” P-44 for the Spanish Navy.
The Cabinet Committee on Security has cleared the indigenous Akash surface-to-air missile systems to enhance India’s air defence system.
The semi-final clash between India and Pakistan in World Cup cricket at Mohali is to be cracker of a contest.
DRS Defense Solutions has been awarded a contract by Embraer S.A., located in São José dos Campos, São Paolo, Brazil, for the design, development, testing, production
The US Army is beginning mission equipment upgrade modifications to its fleet of OH-58 Kiowa Warrior scout aircraft...
A cable of 2005 states “India’s over 150 million Muslim population is largely unattracted to extremism.
CAE has been awarded a series of military contracts in over 10 countries and valued at approximately C$100 million
Lockheed Martin recently rolled out the first aircraft in a new fleet of MC-130J Combat Shadow IIs for the US Air Force’s Special Operations Command (AFSOC).
The Army must find a solution to obviate in-service bureaucracy and give precedence to overall capacity building over consolidation of individual turfs
Raytheon BBN Technologies, a wholly owned subsidiary of Raytheon Company, has been awarded $1.9 million in defence research funding to develop safeguards for military Internet communications abroad.
Selex Galileo, a Finmeccanica Company, has been awarded a contract to provide approximately 250 star tracker attitude sensors for the Iridium Next programme
On March 11, Japan was hit by an 8.9 magnitude earthquake, followed by a devastating tsunami and the death toll in this tragedy has gone past 10,000.
Lockheed Martin recently delivered the 8,000th AN/UYQ-70 combat console suite to the US Navy
A wildfire’s thick black smoke blots out the sun, cloaking the area in a premature dusk. Glowing embers spiral up through the haze.
Recently, security personnel in the guise of terrorists entered the Jagannath temple at Puri with a fake bomb, without being challenged by the guards on duty.
Cobham has been awarded a contract from Boeing to manufacture more than 400 units for the seventh production lot of BRU-61/A weapons carriage system...
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have been the most dynamic growth sector of the world aerospace industry this decade
South African Public Works Minister Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde has revealed that there have been security breaches at the Presidential Guesthouse and other VIP residences.
India’s indigenous Arjun main battle tank (MBT) was recently inducted into the Indian Army’s 75th Armored Regiment.
Northrop Grumman Corporation completed the first of three fuselages for the broad area maritime surveillance unmanned aircraft system (BAMS UAS) system development and demonstration (SDD) programme.
The French finance ministry recently had to shut down 10,000 computers after a “spectacular” cyber attack from hackers using Internet addresses in China
The Ordnance Factory of Tiruchi (OFT) has designed and developed an indigenous assault rifle matching the specifications of the AK-47.
BAE Systems and Dassault Aviation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the preparation...
A US company that contracts with the federal government to conduct background and security checks has sued three of its former employees recently...
The US Army is testing prototypes of a new high-tech synchronisation engine at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville
Last year, on one day there were two security breaches at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, following which the security personnel have tightened surveillance.
The US Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defence for Policy, James N. Miller has said that the US’s missile defence efforts focused on a few emerging threats and also spanned the globe.
The government’s proposal to have free access to all business electronic mails will undermine confidence among corporates
The Airbus Military A400M has completed a challenging series of tests to determine the lowest speed at which it can take-off – known as minimum unstick speed or Vmu.
The Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (Diat), a deemed university, is contemplating starting three new courses – cyber security
Embraer Defense and Security signed a contract to purchase 64.7 per cent of the capital of the radar division of OrbiSat da Amazônia S.A. The deal
A survey conducted by Norton reveals that 53 per cent of Indian adults have either lost their mobile phones or there has been a theft.
Manipur Police has inducted three hovercrafts, military assault boats from USA, into its Loktak Protection Force...
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) plans to install an Emergency Response System (ERS) at Red Fort
The Transport Security Administration (TSA) of the US is considering “identity-based screening” and has asked for public comments on the proposed system.
In the aftermath of the Japanese disaster, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) has assured that the nuclear plants in the country are safe...