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NATO Forces return to Black Sea for the second time this year

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NATO Maritime Command has announced that standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) and Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group Two (SNMCMG2) units have entered the Black Sea for the second time this year to conduct further routine operations, and to participate in two regional exercises organised by the Bulgarian and Ukrainian navies. SNMG2 arrived to the […]

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Russian fighter jets intercept U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Reaper drone

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Russian fighter jets were scrambled to intercept U.S. Air Force MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle over the neutral waters of the Black Sea, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported on Tuesday. The crews of the Russian fighters approached the air target within a safe distance and identified him as MQ-9 Reaper multi-mission, medium-altitude, long-endurance remotely piloted aircraft. […]

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U.S. Army wants robotic assault vehicle

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The U.S. Army wants to transform M1150 Assault Breacher Vehicle into a robotic heavily armored vehicle to breach minefields, complex obstacles providing in-stride breaching. The Army is seeking information for possible upgrades to Assault Breacher Vehicle for provides the option for either manned or unmanned operation., according to a U.S. government’s main contracting website. The […]

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U.S. Marine Corps turns to Knight’s Armament for small arms suppressors

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The United States Marine Corps takes new steps to receive new suppressors for use with M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR), M4 Carbine and M4A1 Close Quarter Battle Weapon. The Marine Corps is turning to its trusted supplier – Knight’s Armament Company of Titusville, Florida – to design, develop, build and supply a new generation of suppressors […]

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U.S. Army deploys approximately 60 helicopters to Germany, Poland and Latvia

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The U.S. Army has announced that it is deploying approximately 60 military helicopters from La Rochelle, France, and fly to training locations in Germany, Poland and Latvia. The Baltic Security also reported that from July 13 to 20, about 10 U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters assigned to 101st Combat Aviation Brigade will arrive at […]

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Russia develops new light air-transportable armored vehicle

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Russia’s Military Industrial Company has unveiled the new state-of-the-art family of armored vehicles can carry out a wide variety of missions, including reconnaissance, command and control, recovery and evacuation of wounded personnel. “Designers of Military Industrial Company developed and offered on their own initiative and within the shortest time possible the concept of making light […]

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Fifth U.S. Air Force fighter jet crashes since May

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An F-16C fighter jet assigned to the 49th Wing crashed during landing at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, the Air Force said in a statement. “A U.S. Air Force F-16C Viper assigned to the 49th Wing crashed during landing at Holloman AFB at approximately 1800 MDT today,” it said in a statement. “The […]

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Several Russian soldiers wounded in car bombing in Syria

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Several Russian soldiers were wounded Tuesday in a car bombing in northeastern Syria, according to Bild’s foreign policy editor Julian Röpcke. “Massive car bomb attack on Russian vehicles within a joint Turkish-Russian patrol on the M4 highway in Idlib,” Röpcke said. At the same time, some sources reported that at least 3 Russian soldiers wounded […]

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U.S. Navy awards contract for entirely new class of unmanned sea surface vehicle

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The U.S. Department of Defense said Monday that L3 Technologies won a $35 million for a contract for an entirely new class of unmanned sea surface vehicle. The contract, from Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., covers the detail design and fabrication of a prototype Medium Unmanned Surface Vehicle (MUSV), with options to procure up […]

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Boeing to build new F-15EX fighter jets for U.S. Air Force

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U.S. aerospace giant Boeing Company received a $1.2 billion contract July to begin buying the first eight F-15EX fighter jets. The contract, awarded to Boeing, provides for the design, development, integration, manufacturing, test, verification, certification, delivery, sustainment, and modification of F-15EX aircraft, including spares, support equipment, training materials, technical data, and technical support. Interestingly, F-15EX […]

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