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Is the potential for conflict in the Korean peninsula becoming a reality?

The latest round of missile tests, and the testing of a hydrogen bomb has now made war on the Korean peninsula more realistic.

British forces join exercise to strengthen efforts to defend South Korea

A joint simulated defensive exercise kicked off today, meant to strengthen joint efforts for the defence of South Korea US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis has said.

China unveils Unmanned Attack Helicopter

China is promoting an unmanned combat helicopter in the international market.

Taiwan goes on $1.42 billion arms spending spree

Taiwan intends to purchase AGM-88B HARM missiles, SM-2 Block IIIA missiles, MK 48 heavyweight torpedoes, MK 54 lightweight torpedoes, AGM-154C JSOW Air-to-Ground missiles and...

India to purchase additional C-17 transport aircraft

The US State Department has approved the sale of a C-17 transport aircraft to India.

American destroyer visits China

The Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Sterett has arrived in Zhanjiang, China, for a scheduled port visit.

Rostec plans to sign the contract for a Russian-Chinese heavy-lift helicopter before the end...

Rostec is to sign the contract with the Aviation Industry Corporation of China for the Advanced Heavy Lifter, a heavy-lift helicopter to be developed jointly by Russia and China.

US Condemns North Korean Missile Launch

The United States strongly condemned North Korea's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, according to a statement issued by chief Pentagon spokesperson Dana W. White.

Boeing wins three-year contract to support Indian Navy P-8I fleet

Boeing has received a three-year contract earlier this month to continue support of the Indian Navy’s fleet of P-8I maritime patrol aircraft.

A400M delivers first humanitarian cargo with Royal Malaysian Airforce

The Royal Malaysian Airforce, Airbus and the Spanish Red Cross have worked together to deliver a load of humanitarian goods from Spain to Malaysia.



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