June 2017 Global Defence & Security Industry - Military - Army News
 
 
 
 

Belarus introduces first batch of T-72B3M main battle tank into its army
 
The first modernized T-72B3M main battle tanks have entered service with the Belarusian army, Belarusian VoenTV TV company reported. "Today the combat vehicles have been solemnly handed over to the personnel of the 969th Tank Reserve Base," the report said.
The first modernized T-72B3M main battle tanks have entered service with the Belarusian army, Belarusian VoenTV TV company reported. "Today the combat vehicles have been solemnly handed over to the personnel of the 969th Tank Reserve Base," the report said.
 

Swedish Armed Forces testing handheld EOD sensor units
 
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The Swedish EOD and Demining Centre – SWEDEC - is Sweden’s Centre of Excellence in the field of ordnance disposal and mine clearance. Our personnel includes military and civilian researchers who are experienced ordnance engineers, officers, and experts with extensive knowledge and practice in demining operations.
 

Australia to acquire AeroVironment WASP AE Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
 
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A new world-class surveillance and reconnaissance capability acquired by Defence will give our soldiers an edge on the front line. Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, and Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, today announced the $101 million investment into Small Unmanned Aerial Systems will directly create up to 10 new jobs in Canberra plus supporting dozens of jobs in the supply chain
 

BAE Systems Teams with QinetiQ to Pursue Electric Drive on Combat Vehicles
 
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BAE Systems has signed a teaming agreement with QinetiQ to incorporate the latest technology for electric drive mobility systems on combat vehicles. This agreement combines BAE Systems’ capabilities as a vehicle designer, developer, manufacturer, and systems integrator with the electric drive expertise offered by QinetiQ, a leading UK science and engineering company operating primarily in the defense, security, and aerospace markets.
 

Netherlands Ministry of Defence Selects Insitu UAV Integrator
 
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The Netherlands Ministry of Defence (NMOD) has awarded the Short Range Tactical UAV (SRTUAV) contract to Insitu for its proposed Integrator offering. The baseline offering is for three Insitu Integrator systems that will replace the ScanEagle systems currently in use by the NMOD defence forces, which have been in service since 2012.
 

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