the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) released a statedment that it agreed to buy four Boeing P-8A POSEIDON maritime patrol aircraft, strengthening surveillance capabilities in the face of competing claims from several Southeast Asian nations in the contested South China Sea New Zealand to buy Boeing P-8s to boost South Pacific surveillance New Zealand's Defence Minister Ron Mark said the aircraft acquired from the US through its foreign military sales (FMS) programme would cost NZ$2.34 billion (U$1.6 billion), including training costs, and become operational in 2023

New Zealand to buy Boeing P-8s to boost South Pacific surveillance

Rheinmetall awarded €20 million contract for four FIELDGUARD systems

Farnborough International Airshow Expects Success

Swiss call for new fighter jets & ground-based defence: Air2030

US$9.6 Billion Equates to Just 1.4% of Budget Request

Three New Ship Classes to Inject Greater Capability

Agreement Likely to Affect Relations with Russia

Finland's 'Hamina' class & future Squadron 2020 ships receive GABRIEL anti-ship missile

Realistic Anti-Ship Missile Threat Emulation for US Navy

Rheinmetall's Variable Tactical Aiming Laser (VTAL) module is the core component of the new laser light package. Extremely robust and compact, the system is specially designed for today’s shorter assault rifles. In addition, each set includes two LUMENATOR weapon lights – a standard version with a dual LED head and a special version for hostage rescue operations It was announced today that Germany’s procurement authority, the Federal Office for Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-service Support (BAAINBw), awarded Rheinmetall a contract worth approx. €5 million to supply a lightweight, assault rifle-mounted laser light package to meet the needs of German Army special operators (KSK). The order encompasses the manufacture and delivery of 1,745 laser light package sets for the KSK's new assault rifle (Heckler & Koch HK416A7

Rheinmetall to supply Laser Light Package for new KSK Assault Rifle

Could the UAS be used on future MCM and frigates?

IM-SHORAD RADAR RAda Leonardo DRS was chosen to provide the mission equipment package (rendering pictured) atop a STTYKER combat vehicle to serve as the Interim Maneuver-Short-Range Air Defense system for the US Army. (Image: Leonardo DRS)

RADA’s MHR Radars Selected by Leonardo DRS

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