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Chemring Get USAF Orders

Chemring Countermeasures USA has secured two new defence contracts with a total value of approximately $42m. The production and delivery of M206 and MJU-7A / B infrared decoys and supply MJU-66 special material decoys for the US Army and the US Air Force (USAF)....
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Airborne Electronic Attack EW Kit Support Contract

Raytheon has won a $65 million worth contract to provide engineering and software support to electronic warfare receivers on board the EA-18G aircraft for and US Navy under the foreign military sales program. The Northrop Grumman AN/ALQ-227 Communication Countermeasures Set/Electronic Attack Unit (CCS/EAU) is an electronic device designed to intercept, process and jam signals, while...
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IAI Barak Missile

Israeli Aerospace Industries showcased aconcept of a rocket accelerator that will enable theBarak missile system – MXto intercept threats from a distance of 150 kms during Eurosatory exhibition in Paris. The system also has the ability to launch missiles designed for different ranges using the same launchers, based on the same command, control and radar...
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BAE Systems Contract for Bradley

BAE Systems has been awarded a $348 million contract for production of up to 473 Bradley M2A4 and M7A4 vehicles by US department of defence. The contract includes procurement of authorized stockage list spares and   digitized electronics for optimum situational awareness, network connectivity, and communication within the US Army’s Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT)....
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Australia to Buy Aegis equipment

The U.S. State Department has cleared Australia to purchase long-lead equipment for integrating its CEAFAR 2 phased array radar system with the Aegis combat system, with a potential price tag of $185 million. Australia seeks to add nine Aegis-capable Future Frigates over the next 20 years, while upgrading its three existing Aegis-capable Hobart-class destroyers.  ...
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Rheinmetall Ground-Based Air Defence

Rheinmetall’s plan calls for networking all relevant sensors, effectors, platforms and C4I assets into a single, scalable, system of systems. This will create a highly effective, modularly scalable and flexible air defence system covering the Bundeswehr’s full mission spectrum. The group is cooperating closely with America’s Raytheon. Rheinmetall’s lightweight air defence system ensures that this...
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EXPAL 155mm ER Ammo

Spanish Army's Logistics Support Command awarded EXPAL, through a framework agreement, a five-year contract to supply a high-value solution for ammunition, consisting of an ER02A1 155mm extended-range extended-range HE projectile, with a base bleed unit and EC102 electronic fuze, which allows impact, time and delay operation; propulsion is achieved by modular charge type DM92ES....
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Solar Tie up with EURENCO

Solar Industries one of India’s fastest growing companies in defence manufacturing has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with EURENCO for the supply of Propellants, Ammunition filling and Modular Charges technologies. The partnership have made a bid for Indian tender to manufacture the bi-modular charge system (BMCS).Solar manufactures various explosives products, such as Slurry and...
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Elbit to buy IMI Systems

Elbit Systems is going to acquire state-owned IMI Systems for approximately $495m.Post acquisition, IMI will become a private entity. A known name in development and production of comprehensive combat-proven solutions and technologies for the modern battlefield requirements....
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Israeli Radar for Tejas

Negotiations are on with Israeli firm ELTA for an order for a new set of AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Array) radars for an air force order of 83 LCA Mk 1A jets, against competition from Thales RBE2 radar derivative....
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