In its latest defence plan the Irish government indicated that it is considering buying new jet fighters to provide for the country’s air defence needs.
For over forty years the M1 tank has been a world class fighting vehicle. But what you might not know is that the M1 should not have been built!
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.
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.
It isn’t well remembered in the rest of the world that Peru and Ecuador fought a brief conflict in 1995 over a disputed border area; the Cenepa War.
The Focke Wulf 187 Falke (Falcon) was a single seat heavy fighter that on paper had a lot going for it but which lacked a role in the Luftwaffe’s doctrine.
Saab, Boeing and Lockheed are all fighting to offer the best deal to the Canadian government for the next Royal Canadian Air Force fighter.
The Fokker G.I heavy fighter is one of those aircraft that despite huge amounts of promise was never able to fulfil its potential.
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.
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