This is the second in a series on the Ethnic Armed Organisations (EAOs) of the Civil Conflict in Burma (also known as Myanmar) and if you want know about the origins of the war see Part One. In a war that has lasted over seventy five years, the Arakan Army...
The Japanese Ground Self-Defence Force (JGSDF) is to adopt a new 5.56 mm rifle. A purchase of 3,000 Type 20 rifles is to be made this year.
We don't hear much about ISIS nowadays. But they are still very much active around the world. Here is a brief summary of some of their recent terrorism.
At the end of the Vietnam War the Vietnamese found themselves with a vast stock of captured material. What did they do with it all and what is still in use?
The Brazilian Army has issued specifications for a new battle tank. Here's a look at some of the possibilities.
The US Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program has been narrowed down to two contenders; Sikorsky’s Raider X and Bell’s 360 Invictus.
Saab, Boeing and Lockheed are all fighting to offer the best deal to the Canadian government for the next Royal Canadian Air Force fighter.
Raytheon has received a $314 million task order for engineering services from the U.S. Army to enhance the MIM-104 Patriot Air and Missile Defense System.
One of the most powerful non-state actors in the world has officially confirmed that they now have at least one helicopter in use.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has announced that it received a $110 million production order from the U.S. Air Force late last year for FMU-167/B, also known as the Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze.
Sikorsky have announced that they have received a second order from the United States Air Force (USAF) for their new HH-60W rescue helicopter.
In a substantial boost to the national defense industry the India Air Force (IAF) has ordered 83 Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Tejas Light Combat Aircraft fighter aircraft.
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