Friday, July 23, 2021

Topic: cruise missile

Raytheon gets $2 billion contract for new nuclear cruise missile

Raytheon, an aerospace and defense giant based in Waltham, Massachusetts, has won a $2 billion U.S. Air Force contract to engineer and develop the Long Range Standoff...

Russian Navy weapon test ended in failure after cruise missile failed

A Russian Navy upgraded frigate Marshal Shaposhnikov tried and failed to launch a test Kalibr-NK cruise missile during trials. The Marshal Shaposhnikov, Russia’s upgraded project 1155M frigate, tried...

U.S. Navy received its first Block V Tomahawk missile

The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command announced that the U.S. Navy received its first Block V Tomahawk cruise missile on 25 March. According to a recent Naval Air...

Ukrainian Navy finally accepts its first Neptun cruise missile system

The Ukrainian Navy accepted its first RK-360 Neptune coastal defense system, paving the way for the reliable defense of the Black Sea and Azov coast. After more than...

Halcon is debuting a new cruise missile system at IDEX 2021

Halcon, a UAE-based manufacturer of precision-guided systems,  unveiled its new AntiShip-250 (HAS-250) cruise missile system at the International Defence and Exhibition Conference (IDEX) 2021, taking place in...

Taiwan showcases long-range strike capabilities

The Republic of China Armed Forces, commonly known as the Taiwanese Armed Forces, demonstrated the nation’s long-range strike capacity during recent military exercises. Last week, Taiwan's Air...

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