‘We will not win in a man-to-man fight’ says US official, citing leverage directed energy weapons will bring the US and allies
Michael D. Griffin, the US undersecretary of defence for research and engineering, spoke to senior leaders from the US government and defence industry to explore the impact of integrating directed energy capabilities into the US military.
Kiwi frigate arrives in Canada for major refit, slated to receive British designed Sea Ceptor missiles
HMNZS Te Kaha, an Anzac class frigate, has arrived in Esquimalt, British Columbia, to commence a major upgrade of its sensor and weapons systems expected to extend its service life out to 2030.
‘It gives us the advantage of not having to worry about as many surface-to-air threats’ say US airmen of the F-35
During the F-35 Lightning II's pre-Initial Operational Test and Evaluation, Airmen from the United States Air Force 3rd Air Support Operations Squadron had the opportunity to work with all three variants of the Joint Strike Fighter.
NATO defence ministers have approved plans to form two new alliance commands, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said today in Brussels.
BAE Systems has received two US Navy contracts totalling $54.8 million to modernise the amphibious assault ship USS America and the guided missile cruiser USS Cape St. George.
The US Army has awarded BAE Systems an $8 million contract to develop modernised precision-guidance kits.
Canada is considering leasing and converting a second auxiliary tanker to help bridge the gap until its long overdue Joint Support Ship project comes into fruition.
British firm QinetiQ has introduced a new service to the Royal Canadian Navy by emulating the threat posed to large naval vessels by small multi-rotor drones.
CAE, L3 Technologies, MDA and Ultra, along with BAE and Lockheed Martin have teamed up to offer the Type 26 Frigate to Canada.