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Forget the S-500 or Su-57 PAK-FA. Russia's Military Has Big Plans for the Future.

Russia has started planning for the development of a series of next-generation weapons to follow-on to systems such as the Sukhoi Su-57 PAK-FA and the S-500 surface-to-air missile (SAM) battery. These new systems—which the Russian government has not named—will be developed under future advanced State Armament Program.



“An important and key issue on our agenda is to define the beginning of the creation of yet another advanced state armament program,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a meeting of the Kremlin’s Military Industrial Commission . Putin said that Russia has to start planning for its future defense needs now as it completes developmental programs that were funded under the current State Armament Plan (GPV-2027). “It is important for us to move further and start planning today the future development and production of advanced weapons and equipment that will define the image of the Russian Armed Forces in the long-term, for the next few decades,” Putin said. Putin …

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TKMS Started Construction of 2nd Batch Type 218SG Submarines for Singapore

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TKMS Started Construction of 2nd Batch Type 218SG Submarines for Singapore: "Germany’s ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) and the Republic of Singapore Navy started construction of the Type 218SG Batch 2 submarines during a steel cuting ceremony at the HDW shipyard in Kiel.

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C4ISR Market worth $119.39 Bn by 2022

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C4ISR Market worth $119.39 Bn by 2022: "According to the new market research report, now available on ASDReports, "C4ISR Market by Application (Communication, Command & Control, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance, and Electronic Warfare), Platform (Land, Naval, Airborne, and Space), Solution, End User, and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (C4ISR) market was estimated at USD 100.25 Billion in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 119.39 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 3.56% from 2017 to 2022. Increased requirement for Situational Awareness (SA) in military operations and rising use of geospatial intelligence are among the factors driving the growth of the C4ISR market.

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Leonardo to lead European OCEAN2020 program

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Leonardo to lead European OCEAN2020 program: "Leonardo was awarded the most important project related to the first European Defence Found’s initiative, OCEAN2020, to boost Europe's defence capabilities, issued by the European Union under the ‘Preparatory Action on Defence Research’ programme. The competitive selection was conducted by the European Defence Agency and will be contracted in the coming weeks.

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Arianespace to launch SES-14 and Al Yah 3 for SES and Yahsat

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Arianespace to launch SES-14 and Al Yah 3 for SES and Yahsat: "For its first launch of 2018, Arianespace will use an Ariane 5 from the Guiana Space Center (CSG) in French Guiana to launch the SES-14 and Al Yah 3 satellites for operators SES and Yahsat (Al Yah Satellite Communications Company).

SES-14 also hosts a payload for NASA’s Explorer program: GOLD (Global-Scale Observation of the Limb and Disk).

With this 295th mission of its launcher family – the 241st utilizing an Ariane launcher – Arianespace serves the ambitions of leading satellite operators, both globally and regionally."

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Turkey’s newest electronic warfare system spotted near border with Syria

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Turkey’s newest electronic warfare system spotted near border with Syria – Defence Blog: "The new Turkey-made electronic warfare system, called the KORAL, was spotted near the Syrian-Turkish border.

According to the local source, the Turkish Armed Forces deploys the new KORAL electronic warfare or jamming system a stretch of the Turkish-Syrian border around the northern city of Afrin."



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India’s Third Aircraft Carrier Is Most Likely a Waste of Money

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Carrier Rotary Wing Trials Set To Begin

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The British Royal Navy’s newly commissioned aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth has commenced preparations for its rotary wing trials at sea. An anti-submarine Merlin helicopter has been training on-board the carrier at Portsmouth Naval Base as part of the preparatory tests.  The helicopter has been used to verify the flight deck and hangar facilities by connecting up to the vessel’s onboard electrical supply cables and refuelling hoses as well as the on-deck flying control (FLYCO) unit. HMS Queen Elizabeth is scheduled to leave its homeport for the rotary wing sea trials over the coming weeks. C4Defence Measure Measure
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Special Op Vehicle Boost to New Zealand

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Supacat company has announced that the fleet of Special Operations Vehicles – Mobility Heavy (SOV-MH) has been accepted by the New Zealand Ministry of Defence. The fleet is to enter service with the New Zealand Defence Force early this year.  The new SOV-MH vehicles are based on the latest MkII version of Supacat’s HMT Extenda which can be configured to either a 4×4 or 6×6 configuration to meet different operational requirements. C4Defence
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Bulgaria's Su-25 Fleet Grounded

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The Bulgarian Air Force’s fleet of Sukhoi Su-25 twin-engine ground attack aircraft ceased operations from Bezmer because of a lack of resources to overhaul them, the aeropress-bg web portal of the Bulgarian aviation magazine AERO reported on 15 January. The last Su-25 flight was conducted on 14 December 2017, and the Bulgarian Ministry of Defence is looking for solutions for ending the grounding, according to aeropress-bg. C4Defence
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Israel Going Mobile

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The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) are set to introduce a new portable command, control, and information (C2I) system for its ground forces that will take the form of a smartphone and smartwatch that together will provide real-time information to officers on the location of friendly and hostile forces, as well as analysis of the situation in the area and route suggestions, Jane's reports.  The C2I system called Shaked is expected to significantly speed up mission planning for field officers, according to Lieutenant Colonel Oren Mazliah, head of the C2i and Simulators Branch in the IDF Ground Forces’ Technology Division who spoke to Jane's. Pre-mission planning will enable company commanders to use the system to issue instructions and routes to platoon commanders, who can then do the same for their squad commanders. Currently, this type of mission planning involves hardcopy maps, which require officers to draw enemy and friendly positions by hand based on data received over radio…
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Altay için mayın temizleme görevi

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Savunma Sanayii Müsteşarlığı (SSM),  Altay Tankının gövdesini kullanarak mayın temizleme aracı ürettirmek istiyor. SSM, 16 Ocak'ta yayımladığı Bilgi İstek Dökümanı  (BİD) ile projeye katılacak firmalara çağrı yaptı. SSM, çalışmayı Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığı için yürütecek. Proje, "Mekanik Geçit Açma Sistemi (MEGAS) ile anti-tank ve anti-personel mayınlarını yerinden söküp geçit dışına atabilen, Roketle Sevk Edilen Hat İmla Hakkı (RSHİH) ile antitank ve anti-personel mayınlarını patlatmak suretiyle belirli ebatlarda geçit açabilen, Manyetik Etkiyle Geçit Açma Sistemi (MSÜ) ile manyetik fünyeli mayınları patlatabilen, Temizlenmiş Geçiş İşaretleme Sistemi (TEGİS) ile mayınlı sahada açtığı geçidi işaretleyebilen" paletli bir sistemin geliştirilmesini ön görüyor. Mayın temizleme araçlarının, çalışma prensipleri gereği yüksek güçte motora sahip olması ve yüksek koruma sağlaması isteniyor. Görselde Alman Leopard tankının mayın temizleme görevine uygun versiyonu yer alıyor. OTO…
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Indonesia puts KC-46A Pegasus, Airbus A330 in frame for aerial tanker requirement

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Indonesia puts KC-46A Pegasus, Airbus A330 in frame for aerial tanker requirement | Jane's 360: "The Indonesian Air Force (Tentara Nasional Indonesia – Angkatan Udara) has begun a study to expand the service’s aerial refuelling capabilities, with a view on establishing a formal acquisition programme for two airframes by 2024, a TNI-AU official told Jane’s on 18 January.

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US approves $500M sale of missile system support services to Saudi Arabia

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US approves $500M sale of missile system support services to Saudi Arabia | January 2018 Global Defense Security army news industry | Defense Security global news industry army 2018 | Archive News year: "The Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has requested a possible purchase for continued participation, technical assistance, and support in the Patriot Legacy Field Surveillance Program (FSP); the Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) FSP; and the Patriot Engineering Services Program (ESP). Also included are Patriot and HAWK Missile System spare parts and repair and return management services and component repairs, and other related elements of logistics and program support. The total estimated program cost is $500 million.

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India issues RFI for six Next Generation Offshore Patrol Vessels

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India issues RFI for six Next Generation Offshore Patrol Vessels | Jane's 360: "India’s Ministry of Defence is acquiring a new class of offshore patrol vessels (OPVs) to improve the navy’s maritime surveillance and interdiction capabilities, and has issued a request for information (RFI) to finalise specifications of the programme.

The platform, which will be known as the next generation offshore patrol vessel (NGOPV), will also be used by the Indian Navy (IN) for military operations other than war (MOOTW) such as search-and-rescue (SAR) missions, non-combatant evacuations, and anti-poaching patrols."

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Donald Trump Wants Small Nukes

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The Trump administration wants two new, sea-launched nuclear weapons — and looser rules for using them. Experts say the new nuclear policy could make atomic war more likely.

The Nuclear Posture Review, which leaked to the press in mid-January 2018, calls for a new sea-launched cruise missile, or SLCM, and a lower-yield submarine-launched ballistic missile, or SLBM. The cruise missile could be the first new nuclear weapon the United States has developed since the early 1980s.
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How to Avoid Armageddon in Korea

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Most people intuitively get it. An American preventive strike to wipe out North Korea’s nuclear bombs and ballistic missiles, or a commando raid launched with the same goal in mind, is likely to initiate a chain of events culminating in catastrophe.

That would be true above all for the roughly 76 million Koreans living on either side of the Demilitarized Zone. Pres. Donald Trump, though, seems unperturbed. His recent contribution to defusing the crisis there — boasting that his nuclear button is “bigger and more powerful” than that of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Read More
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Turkey’s Bluster on Afrin: More Than Meets the Eye

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Turkey’s Bluster on Afrin: More Than Meets the Eye The Turkish government has threatened to invade Afrin, a Kurdish-dominated enclave in northwestern Syria. What explains this impending escalation in Syria’s internationalized civil war? The Turkish threat follows a U.S. announcement that troops in Syria would create a “Border Security Force,” culled from the ranks of its main partner on the ground, the YPG and […]
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What Makes a Reliable Ally? A Fresh Perspective on NATO, Strategic Culture and Collective Defense

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What Makes a Reliable Ally? A Fresh Perspective on NATO, Strategic Culture and Collective Defense “There is only one thing worse than fighting with allies, and that is fighting without them.” –Winston Churchill What is the value of an alliance? Early remarks by senior Trump administration officials led analysts to question the administration’s continued commitment to an alliance-based international order. However, the new National Security Strategy clarifies the administration’s views […] Read More
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Reforming the ‘Use It or Lose It’ Problem in Defense Acquisition

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Reforming the ‘Use It or Lose It’ Problem in Defense Acquisition Last year, a congressional hearing addressed “the military hovering aircrafts at the end of runways just to burn off fuel and soldiers sent to the shooting range sometimes for an entire day just to expend ammunition.” What is the root cause of such seemingly wasteful practices? The answer is related to the feature of U.S. […] Read More
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TAI'NIN EN YENİ T129 ATAK TANITIM KLİBİ

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Russia's S-400 Is Way More Dangerous Than You Think

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Russia's S-400 Is Way More Dangerous Than You Think | The National Interest Blog: "One use of the S-400 long-range missile is against stand-off systems including flying command posts and aircraft such as the E-3 Sentry AWACS. These aircraft, which are used by the US and its NATO allies with a squadron stationed in Japan at Kadena AFB and in the UAE at al-Dhafra, are vulnerable to S-400 interceptors and lose their stand-off range protection. We may be reaching the end of the AWACS capability, which were originally designed in the 1960s.

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Who You Calling Ugly? The Navy's New Ship Is a Floating Swiss Army Knife

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Who You Calling Ugly? The Navy's New Ship Is a Floating Swiss Army Knife: "The USNS Herschel “Woody” Williams is neither fast nor heavily armed. And while she may look like a commercial cargo ship, the Navy's new vessel is also one of the most useful ships in the entire U.S. military.

Called an “expeditionary mobile base,” the Woody Williams can do just about any job, whether that means supporting a fleet of minesweepers or potentially hosting F-35B Joint Strike Fighters. The Williams was recently christened by builder General Dynamics National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) and is set to join the fleet soon."

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World's fastest helicopter bows out in Britain

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World's fastest helicopter bows out in Britain: "The world's fastest helicopter is being set out to pasture. The British Army has announced that its last five Westland Lynx helicopters will be formally retired on January 31 after 40 years of active service. Once the backbone of Army and the Royal Navy, the Lynx is being replaced by the more advanced Wildcat, and the remaining twin-engine rotorcraft with 657 Squadron are on a tour of southern England before their final decommissioning.

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Trump, Tillerson expand war on terror with indefinite Syria mission

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Trump, Tillerson expand war on terror with indefinite Syria mission - The Washington Post: "This week, the Trump administration announced that the United States is committing to an extended military presence in Syria.

At an event at Stanford University on Wednesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said about 2,000 U.S. troops will remain indefinitely in Syria and laid out American military goals there that go far beyond the defeat of the Islamic State and other extremist organizations. U.S. forces will also be there to contain Iranian influence and help bring about a peace agreement that sees President Bashar al-Assad removed from power, Tillerson said."

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BAE Systems Wants Its New Microwave Close-In Weapon System Concept On US Navy Ships

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BAE Systems Wants Its New Microwave Close-In Weapon System Concept On US Navy Ships - The Drive: "Close-in defense is becoming a very hot topic in American defense circles and in those of foreign powers as well. America's land fighting forces are rushing to address their glaring short-range air defense (SHORAD) gap, while the US Navy is coping with the reality that enemies large and small could successfully take a swipe at one of their surface combatants using everything from small boat attacks, to small drone swarms, to anti-ship missiles, and especially in tight littoral environments. Beyond the existing stalwart kinetic options, directed energy weapons have been seen as the holy grail of close-in naval defense, and it's a space where the US Navy has spent significant development dollars in hopes of moving the technology forward. But lasers aren't the only directed energy close-in weapon system (CIWS) solution—microwave systems may be an equally attractive and more …
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Austria, Switzerland enhance military air cooperation ahead of Davos forum

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The Austrian and Swiss air forces have enhanced their cooperation to provide airspace security for this year's World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting in Davos beginning next Tuesday. The Austrian Armed Forces stated in a press release yesterday, January 18. Read More
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Japan and Australia push for defence pact that China views as a ‘threat to peace’

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Japan and Australia push for defence pact that China views as a ‘threat to peace’ | South China Morning Post: "Diplomats are putting the finishing touches to the proposed defence pact, which would be the first of its kind for Japan and would make Australia Tokyo’s closest military partner after the United States

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Sarsılmaz puts out MPT76 Prototypes, Production to ensue

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Sarsılmaz puts out MPT76 Prototypes, Production to ensue - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog: "The independent Turkish small arms company Sarsılmaz has released their first pre-production prototypes of the MPT76 and should soon begin production on their share (10,000 rifles) of the 7.62x51mm NATO MPT76 rifle contract ordered by the Turkish Armed Forces. MKEK has since already been producing MPT76s since 2015(20,000 rifles), and along with Kalekalip (15,000 rifles) will form one of the three companies producing the infantry rifle slated to replace current HK33s in service with the Turkish Armed Forces. Approximately 35,014 (later upped to 45,000) are slated within this contract, but that will certainly not be enough to arm the entirety of the 500,000 plus service men and women currently in the armed forces of Turkey. These MPT76s appear to be making their way to the infantry community, with follow-on contracts to arm the rest of the military in the ensuing years.

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France, Italy, Britain renew arms contract with Eurosam

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France, Italy, Britain renew arms contract with Eurosam: "France, Italy and Britain have renewed a contract for five years with Eurosam, the manufacturer of anti-air missiles, its owners announced on Thursday.

The agreement replaces the first New In Service Support contract that has been in place since July 2012, MBDA, which co-owns the French-Italian consortium with Thales, said in a press release."

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New Base to US Navy

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The US Navy's Naval Base USNS Hershel "Woody" Williams (ESB 4) started sea trials. The construction work began in 2015, platform was laid down in 2016 and launched in August 2017. The christening ceremony of the ship was held on September 21st. The 239 meter long platform is designed flexible enough to be used in mine countermeasure, anti-piracy operations, maritime safety and humanitarian operations. The platform, which had previously delivered three sister ships, has large spare parts storage and fuel tanks. The ship will be able to accommodate 250 people when needed. The 4830-square-foot flight deck allows the MH-53 and MH-60 helicopters to be operated. The construction work of the fifth ship of is ongoing. C4Defence
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UK to Deploy Chinooks to Support French Operations in Africa

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The Prime Minister is expected to make the announcement as part of the UK-France Summit at The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, where she will discuss the UK’s strong and wide-ranging bilateral...

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Syria threatens to ‘destroy’ Turkish warplanes

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Deputy foreign minister Faisal Mekdad warned on Thursday that Syria’s air force could destroy any Turkish warplanes used in a threatened assault on the war-torn country. “We warn that the...

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Student researchers conduct virtual reality adaptive flight training study

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Student researchers conduct virtual reality adaptive flight training study - Airforce Technology: "A team of student researchers from Air Command and Staff College, Air University at Maxwell Air Force Base (AFB) in Alabama, US, has carried out an adaptive flight training study at Columbus AFB to support the US Air Force’s (USAF) advancement in training and education through virtual reality (VR).

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Here Is Italy’s First F-35B Lightning II Flying In Full Italian Navy Markings For The First Time Today

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The Aviationist » Here Is Italy’s First F-35B Lightning II Flying In Full Italian Navy Markings For The First Time Today: "On Jan. 18, the first Italian F-35B, the first short-take and vertical landing Lightning II aircraft assembled outside the US, designated BL-1, carried out a test flight in STOVL mode at Cameri airfield, home of the Final Assembly and Check Out (FACO) facility, in northwestern Italy, sporting full Italian Navy markings for the very first time.

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Russia to Create Bank for Sanctions-Hit Defense Industry

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Russia to Create Bank for Sanctions-Hit Defense Industry: "MOSCOW — 
Russia announced Thursday the creation of a state-owned bank to finance its defense industry which has encountered difficulties in obtaining financing due to US sanctions.

In a statement the Russian Finance Ministry said the bank would specialize in "conducting operations related to state defense orders and large state contracts.""

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The U.S. Has an Electronic Warfare Plane and One of Them Is Headed to Korea

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The U.S. Has an Electronic Warfare Plane and One of Them Is Headed to Korea: "The U.S. Air Force just sent one of its most advanced electronic warfare aircraft to South Korea.

The EC-130H Compass Call, originally designed to jam enemy radio signals, was recently upgraded with the ability to identify and attack enemy wireless networks. The EC-130H was spotted traveling from Yokota Air Base, Japan to Osan Air Base in South Korea and reported on Twitter by @AircraftSpots."

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The Bomb for Australia?

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The Bomb for Australia? | RealClearDefense: "In this three-part series, I examine the counter-arguments that proponents of Australia obtaining nuclear weapons need to address before the nation contemplates such a move.

A heavyweight trio of Australia’s strategic and defence policy analysts has opened a debate on the possibility of Australia acquiring nuclear weapons. Paul Dibb and Richard Brabin-Smith documented the increased strategic risk to Australia based on a critical assessment of China’s capabilities, motives and intent."

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China Could Merge High Speed Rail and Nuclear Missiles Into the Ultimate Weapon

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China Could Merge High Speed Rail and Nuclear Missiles Into the Ultimate Weapon | The National Interest Blog: "China will soon start rolling out its next-generation rail technology across the country, and it is likely the futuristic trains won’t only have passengers on board.

Christened Fuxing, which means “renaissance” or “rejuvenation” in Mandarin, the bullet trains will be able to cruise at 400 kilometres per hour and will replace the slower Hexie (“harmony”) locomotives on the nation’s sprawling 22,000 km high-speed rail network."

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Navy Builds First New DDG 51 Flight III Destroyer in May

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Navy Builds First New DDG 51 Flight III Destroyer in May - Warrior Maven: "Navy will start construction of its first next-generation, high-tech Flight III DDG 51 Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyer in May of this year - as part of its broad service plan to deploy a new fleet of technically advanced warships able to fire new weapons, better
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CSA MiIley Bets On ‘Radical’ Tech, Promises No More FCS

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CSA MiIley Bets On ‘Radical’ Tech, Promises No More FCS « Breaking Defense - Defense industry news, analysis and commentary: "CRYSTAL CITY: The Army needs revolutionary technologies from robot tanks to a long-range super-rifle, the Chief of Staff said today — and it can get them without repeating the mistakes that doomed high-tech programs in the past. By reforming the acquisition bureaucracy, embracing commercial technology and rigorously prototyping new tech to work out bugs, Gen. Mark Milley said, the Army can improve 10-fold on its current weapons without falling into the pitfalls that doomed its last attempt to leap ahead, the canceled Future Combat System.

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Here's a closer look at one of Russia's most powerful warships

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Here's a closer look at one of Russia's most powerful warships - Business Insider: "The Slava-class cruiser is a massive warship loaded with missiles.
Though it is old, it is still considered a very capable and deadly ship.
The Russian Navy will keep the ships for at least a decade."

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Russia’s S-400 crews repel simulated enemy’s attack in drills

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TASS: Military & Defense - Russia’s S-400 crews repel simulated enemy’s attack in drills: "MOSCOW, January 18. /TASS/. The Russian Aerospace Force’s air defense units practiced measures to repel a notional enemy’s attack with a change of their deployment sites in the Moscow Region, the Defense Ministry reported on Thursday.



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DS-15 Hunter Special Editions from Dark Storm Industries

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DS-15 Hunter Special Editions from Dark Storm Industries - The Firearm BlogThe Firearm Blog: "Dark Storm Industries recently announced a trio of special edition AR-style rifles targeted for the hunting market. The new DS-15 Hunter special edition rifles are chambered for the 300 BLK cartridge, feature a camouflage finish and are available in three different styles to match your state’s legal requirements.

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India intercontinental missile test of Agni 5

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India intercontinental missile test of Agni 5 - Business Insider: "India successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile on Thursday, giving it strike capabilities currently had by only a few countries.
The test comes amid a heightened period of tensions with India's nuclear-armed neighbors, Pakistan and China.
India has been beefing up its military capacities in recent years, buying hardware and developing missiles."

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Iraq Learned Tank Lessons in the War With Islamic State

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Russia’s Giant Nuclear Torpedo Is Apparently Real

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Military Flight Training Conference

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Military Flight Training Conference: "Ensuring operational readiness of aircrew for current and future operating environments
The way we train our tactical aircrew has reached crossroads - not only do we need to develop COIN capabilities to support the suppression of terrorism and insurgency - pilots and aircrew must now sustain readiness for potential near-peer conflict and learn to operate in contested and degraded environments."

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