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July 2011 Army - Military - Defence Industry News
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Diehl performs successful IRIS-T SL firing campaign at the OTB Firing Range in South Africa
 
With two further IRIS-T SL test firings, Diehl Defence demonstrated the scheduled progress in the development of the surface-to-air guided missile IRIS-T SL (Surface Launched). The firing campaign took place at the OTB Firing Range in South Africa on May 19 and 26, 2011.

With two further IRIS-T SL test firings, Diehl Defence demonstrated the scheduled progress in the development of the surface-to-air guided missile IRIS-T SL (Surface Launched). The firing campaign took place at the OTB Firing Range in South Africa on May 19 and 26, 2011.
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011 09:35 AM

 

Venezuela army is now equipped with Russian made self-propelled howitzer 2S19
 
Venezuela bought from Russia, the latest version of the Russian made tracked self-propelled howiter 2S19. This vehicle he was seen for the first time in the country during the military parade marking 200 years of Venezuela's independence in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday July 5, 2011.

Venezuela bought from Russia, the latest version of the Russian made tracked self-propelled howiter 2S19. This vehicle he was seen for the first time in the country during the military parade marking 200 years of Venezuela's independence in Caracas, Venezuela, Tuesday July 5, 2011.
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Monday, July 11, 2011 08:00 PM

 

German army orders to Daimler AG 76 ENOK command and operations wheeled armoured vehicle
 
Germany's defense procurement agency has contracted Daimler AG for 76 ENOK command and operations vehicles. The ENOK has been used on operational deployments by German forces since February. Germany has military forces in Afghanistan as part of NATO's International Security Assistance Force.

Germany's defense procurement agency has contracted Daimler AG for 76 ENOK command and operations vehicles. The ENOK has been used on operational deployments by German forces since February. Germany has military forces in Afghanistan as part of NATO's International Security Assistance Force.
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Monday, July 11, 2011 07:36 PM

 

BAE Systems Providing 519 Gunner Protection Systems for U.S. Marine Corps
 
BAE Systems received an $18 million delivery order to provide 519 Marine Corps Gunner Protection Systems for the Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement and the High Mobility Multi-Wheel Vehicle (HMMWV) which will support U.S. Navy requirements. The Marine Corps Gunner Protection System (MGPS) is also known as the Marine Corps Transparent Armored Gun Shield (MCTAGS) system

BAE Systems received an $18 million delivery order to provide 519 Marine Corps Gunner Protection Systems for the Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement and the High Mobility Multi-Wheel Vehicle (HMMWV) which will support U.S. Navy requirements. The Marine Corps Gunner Protection System (MGPS) is also known as the Marine Corps Transparent Armored Gun Shield (MCTAGS) system
Monday, July 11, 2011 06:38 PM

 

The Chinese unmanned aerial vehicle "Global Hawk" could be in service in the Chinese Air Force
 
The existing of the Chinese UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicled ) "Global Hawk" is nothing new as it has been featured in various defence shows. However, until today there has been no confirmation to suggest that the PLAAF is adopting this high-altitude UAV, but a recent picture take in Xianglong, Chinese Air Force base, suggests that the "Global Hawk" is now in service.
The existing of the Chinese UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicled ) "Global Hawk" is nothing new as it has been featured in various defence shows. However, until today there has been no confirmation to suggest that the PLAAF is adopting this high-altitude UAV, but a recent picture take in Xianglong, Chinese Air Force base, suggests that the "Global Hawk" is now in service.
Monday, July 4, 2011 11:12 AM
 

Bangladesh Army will purchase 44 new main batle tanks MBT-2000 Type 90-II from China
 
For the first time in the country's history, the Bangladesh government will purchase 44 new tanks MBT-2000 Type 90-II and three armoured recovery vehicles (ARV) for the army as part of its plan to modernise the armed forces. The country will also buy two brand new helicopters for the army to ensure necessary logistic support for the UN peacekeeping activities
For the first time in the country's history, the Bangladesh government will purchase 44 new tanks MBT-2000 Type 90-II and three armoured recovery vehicles (ARV) for the army as part of its plan to modernise the armed forces. The country will also buy two brand new helicopters for the army to ensure necessary logistic support for the UN peacekeeping activities
Friday, July 1, 2011 08:02 PM
 

Indian Army is performing summers trial with modified version of russian made T-72 main battle tank
 
Indian Army with the help of a team of Russian scientists are performing summer trials for the modified version of Russian tank T-72 in Jaisalmer's Lathi Field Firing Range. The summer trials will continue for one week.
Indian Army with the help of a team of Russian scientists are performing summer trials for the modified version of Russian made main battle tank T-72 in Jaisalmer's Lathi Field Firing Range. The summer trials will continue for one week.
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Friday, July 1, 2011 06:28 PM
 

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