Friday, January 22, 2021

Defense & Security

Smart weapons and their role in the technological transformation of modern defense infrastructure

Accelerating technological advancement, especially in the digital spectrum, has asserted its impact on nearly all realms of life. Having its roots in the commercial sector, recent years have seen rapid democratization of technologies that could potentially even...

Ukraine fears Russia will use massive military exercises to invade

Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Vasyl Bodnar said that Ukraine needs to be mentally prepared for the fact that Russia will not stop using its armed forces for political and economic objectives. "A significant number of military experts and...

U.S. Marine Corps is updating its tactical satellite system

The Marine Corps Systems Command has announced that service is updating its tactical satellite system that provides increased communication on the battlefield. Based on field user evaluations, the upgraded technology is performing beyond expectations. The Mobile User Objective System...

U.S., and British ships conduct exercise in Arctic aim to counter Russia

The U.S. Navy released a statement on Friday saying that U.S. 6th Fleet (C6F) conducted a bilateral naval anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercise with the U.K., above the Arctic Circle. The statement noted the four ships from two nations,...

U.S. military health officials issues statement on deadly coronavirus

The U.S. Military Health System Communications Office has issued a statement on the deadly coronavirus: what providers and patients should know. With news of the contagious and potentially deadly illness known as novel coronavirus grabbing headlines worldwide, military...

U.S. military to receive new device to capture potable water from ambient arid air

The Pentagon’s research division, which is called DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), launces new Atmospheric Water Extraction (AWE) program sets out to sharply reduce delivering water risk by giving deployed units the technology to capture potable...

Lockheed Martin’s experts details laser weapon program

Lockheed Martin's experts have revealed details of directed energy and laser weapon system programs. Directed energy and laser weapon systems are a proven solution that effectively addresses tech-driven threats with more accurate, flexible and affordable performance than offered...

U.S. Army showcases new electronic warfare technology

Within the last years, the U.S. Army has delivered new electronic warfare prototype Electronic warfare systems in response to the increase of battlefield threats. Electronic warfare, known as the battle in the electromagnetic spectrum, relies on data and...

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U.S. Air Force seriously discusses F-16 order

Last week, U.S. Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin a 10-year contract for the maintenance of F-16 fighter aircraft but later some sources reported that...

Russian pilot claims Su-57 fighter jet can beat F-35

Former Russian test pilot Magomed Tolboyev told reporters that Sukhoi Su-57 fifth-generation fighter jet (NATO nickname Felon) has more of a likelihood of gaining the...

Ukrainian startup develops low-cost drone interceptor

Kyiv-based startup developing low-cost counter-drone technologies to create an unmanned aircraft system to track a target in flight and plot a kinetic impact. The startup...

U.S. Army repainting its military vehicles with green paint for camouflage

U.S. Army repainting its military vehicles with a woodland green paint scheme appropriate for the Europian region. The dozens of military vehicles were re-painted to...