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EID’s product and service solutions cover a wide variety of land-based and maritime communications applications. (All images courtesy EID) For this interview, MONCh ventures to Portugal. EID , a subsidiary of UK-based technology group Cohort plc, is a good example of the innovation and technology insertion. EID’s Marketing & Sales Director José Pesqueira Mendes responds to Tim Mahon's (MONCh’s UK-based Special Correspondent and Editor of MÖNCH TRAINING & SIMULATION CHANNEL - MTSC) questions in the 3-2-1 format.

EID’s Marketing & Sales Director José Pesqueira Mendes Answers 

’Small but perfectly formed’ is a description that can justifiably be applied to Lincad Limited. A privately-owned company based near Farnborough in southeastern England, it has established an enviable reputation as a leader in battery systems, design and engineering. Joint Managing Director Peter Slade answers Tim Mahon's (MONCh’s UK-based Special Correspondent and Editor of MÖNCH TRAINING & SIMULATION CHANNEL - MTSC) questions in a brief but illuminating interview.

Lincad’s Joint Managing Director Peter Slade Answers

Canada has voted with its pocketbook, electing to exercise an option that will bring the armed forces over 1,200 additional ARGUS soldier systems in 2019. (Photo: Rheinmetall)

Rheinmetall Will Deliver 1,256 Systems in 2019

The second vessel of the Landing Ship Tank (LST) programme, TCG SANCAKTAR, was handed over to TNFC during a ceremony held at the ADIK Shipyard in Tuzla, Istanbul on 7 April. There was a rumour that she was going to be sold to Saudi Arabia, which is why she was not delivered to TNFC until now. On 2 March, Turkish Defence Minister Canikli disclosed that there is a serious interest and orders from abroad for locally constructed corvettes and submarines

Missile defence, unmanned systems, martime and air news

US Army’s Sub Compact Weapon Back On. An initial order for 350 weapons and accompanying tools, spares, accessories and equipment will be made. From the award of the contract the vendor will be scheduled to provide the first 10 SCW systems within 30 days of the contract award. This will then be followed by the remaining 340 weapons over a 5-7 month period after the award of a follow on production award.

Selecting a 9x19mm compact weapon system

Congress Moves to Slow USMC’s Wider Adoption of M27

Nightforce ATACR as part of the Mk13 Mod 7, .300 Winchester MAGNUM sniper weapons system

Darkness can be an asset in a tactical situation, or a liability. The same can be said for light.

As a new monthly feature, MONCh turns its focus to Turkey

Up to 120,000 CompM5 Sights Over Six Years

Riflescope Selected for US Army SDMR

New service pistol for 2019 

Nikon P-TACTICAL SUPERDOT Now Available

Small red-dot sight design

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