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Pentagon concerns spike in pro-Russian sentiment among U.S. troops

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The U.S. military officials have concerned the spike in pro-Russian sentiment among the households of military members. More than 1,000 U.S. adults responded between Oct. 24 and Oct. 30, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points to the second annual national defense survey conducted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation […]

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Ukrainian company demonstrates cutting-edge technology of ‘see-through armour’

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Ukrainian innovation defense company, Limpid Armor, has demonstrated its cutting-edge technology of the so-called ‘see-through armour’ during recent trials at the proving ground of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, situated in the Lviv region. Limpid Armor, in coordination with the Ukrainian military, held trials of the Land Platform Modernization Kit (LPMK) integrated with the BTR-4E infantry […]

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U.S. Army seeks new TITAN expeditionary intelligence ground station

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The U.S. Army issued an updated government’s main contracting website notice to industry for technology to develop a new expeditionary intelligence ground station. The Army is issuing a solicitation request to industry to collect information of future mobile intelligence ground station architecture to operate at brigade, division, corps and field Army echelons, in vehicles and […]

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Swiss Army awards contract to General Dynamics for 100 newest reconnaissance vehicles

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General Dynamics European Land Systems-Mowag, a business unit of General Dynamics Corporation, said on Thursday it had got a delivery order of 100 EAGLE 6×6 reconnaissance vehicles to the Swiss Army. The EAGLE 6×6 was selected after an international competition conducted by armasuisse, the Swiss federal office for defence procurement. This first order of the […]

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U.S Army Soldiers deploys to Ukraine

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The U.S. Army has announced that earlier this month approximately 160 American Soldiers with the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team headquarters company deployed to Ukraine as Task Force Juvigny and assumed responsibility of the Joint Multinational Training Group – Ukraine at the Combat Training Center – Yavoriv. TF Juvigny consists of Soldiers from several units […]

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U.S. military officials say no plan to leave Iraq

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Pentagon announced on Thursday that it is not considering the withdrawal of its troops from Iraq, according to a recent U.S. Department of Defense news release. The U.S. military presence in Iraq is predicated on permission to be there from the Iraqi government, and U.S. forces will remain so long as the Iraqi government agrees, […]

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U.S. Army legendary tank get’s a new paint job

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The American first-generation main battle tank (MBT), M48 Patton, get’s a new paint job as part of a rennovation program. The U.S. Army Central’s Historic M48 Patton Tank has served as the mascot for Patton Hall since Third Army was re-activated in 1983 at Fort McPherson. The tank has stood in front of the current […]

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Pentagon reveals reasons why U.S. forces still remain in Syria

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U.S. military revealed principal reasons for why thousand of U.S. service members still remain in Eastern Syria. Army Lt. Gen. Robert White, the commander of Combined Joint Operation Inherent Resolve, said last week in Baghdad explained that U.S. forces are reset and repostured in Eastern Syria and have restarted operations with the Syrian Democratic Forces […]

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Raytheon shows what military training will look like in future

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Raytheon, one of the largest U.S. defense contractors that manufactures a wide range of products, from cruise missiles to combat-proven air defense systems, has unveiled a new cutting-edge military training product at I/ITSEC, the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training event. According to a recent Raytheon news release, the Synthetic Training Environment Soldier Virtual Trainer […]

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U.S. Army awards Lockheed Martin with $134M contract for latest high-impact weapons systems

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Pentagon’s No.1 weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp. received a $134,7 million U.S. Army contract modification for the latest high-impact weapons systems. The Department of Defense has announced that Lockheed Martin Corp., was awarded a $134,707,194 modification (P00094) to contract W31P4Q-15-C-0102 for procurement of the Joint-Air-to-Ground Missiles, or JAGM. The JAGM designed to ultimately replace the […]

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