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Lockheed Martin, Raytheon evaluates the possibility of manufacturing Javelin in India

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A joint venture of Raytheon Co and Lockheed Martin Corp is evaluating the possibility of manufacturing Javelin anti-tank missiles and launch units in India. The Javelin Joint Venture, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) to explore co-production of the Javelin anti-tank missile system to fulfill potential future requirements of the […]

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Lockheed Martin engagements with an Indian firm to promote new F-21 fighter

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Pentagon’s No.1 weapons supplier Lockheed Martin Corp. has signed agreements with Indian companies at the DefExpo 2020 show to explore industrial opportunities in the F-21 program. Lockheed Martin signed a memorandum of understanding with Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), according to a company news release. Lockheed Martin is strengthening and growing its partnerships […]

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India looks to buy 6 more AH-64E Apache heavy attack helicopters

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The Indian government is set to exercise an option to buy additional AH-64E heavy attack helicopters from the United States. The deal for six AH-64E Apache attack helicopters for the Indian Army, estimated to cost around $930 million, is likely to be signed early next year, Army sources said on Friday. “It is in advanced […]

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U.S. Assault Amphibious Vehicles takes part in joint exercise with Indian BMP-2s

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U.S. Marines from 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, currently assigned to 3rd Marine Division, with its Assault Amphibious Vehicles takes parts in U.S.-India joint military exercise Tiger TRIUMPH. Exercise organizers said Tiger Triumph is the first drill of its kind to include the U.S. military and all three of India’s armed services. The nine-day exercise […]

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First Boeing AH-64E Apache helicopters arrived in India

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The first four AH-64E Apache multi-role combat helicopters have arrived at the Hindon airbase near Delhi, India. The first two of 22 Boeing AH-64E Apaches ordered for the Indian Air Force arrived from the United States. The helicopters were transported on board an Antonov An-124 transport aircraft and arrived at Hindon airbase in Ghaziabad on […]

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India confirms plan to buy Excalibur precision-guided artillery rounds

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Indian public broadcaster, The Economic Times, quoting government sources, reported that India has taken a step towards acquiring Excalibur 155 mm precision-guided artillery rounds. Indian Defense Forces seek to acquire the capability to hit enemy positions close to populated areas without causing collateral damage. To achieve this, the Indian government looks to buy modern USA-made […]

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Raytheon and Kongsberg unveiled lethal version of MH-60 Romeo armed with Naval Strike Missiles

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Raytheon Missile Systems, partnered with Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace, has unveiled a lethal version of MH-60 Romeo multimission helicopter armed with two Naval Strike Missiles. Media specialist James Drew has posted a photo of an advanced helicopter with Naval Strike Missiles that was unveiled during the Sea Air Space Exposition at the Gaylord National Convention […]

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Indian Air Force receives first AH-64E Apache attack helicopter

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The Indian Air Force announced on its Twitter account that first AH-64E (I) Apache Guardian attack helicopter was formally handed over at Boeing production facility in Mesa, Arizona, on 10 May. “Air Mshl AS Butola, represented the IAF & accepted the first Apache in a ceremony at Boeing production facility,” also added. The Apache is […]

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Singapore Army’s fighting vehicles took part in joint exercise with Indian T-90s

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Bionix tracked armoured fighting vehicles of the Singapore Armed Forces participated in the joint exercise with Indian Army’s T-90S third-generation battle tanks. According to a statement released by the Singapore Armed Forces, from 2 to 13 April, Singapore Army’s Armour warriors traversed the rocky plains of the Babina Field Firing Range in Central India as […]

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India to purchase US-made MH-60R instead of Russian helicopters

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The U.S. State Department approved a possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) of MH-60R Sea Hawk multi-mission helicopters,  the U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) announced on 2 April. It said the proposed sale was worth an estimated $2.6 billion and included 24 MH-60R Sea Hawk helicopters for the Indian Navy (IN). As noted by the […]

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