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Raytheon Missiles & Defense, or RMD, is offering GhostEye MR radar for integration with the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System, or NASAMS. This medium‐range air defense solution, made in partnership with Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace, has been operational for more than three decades and is currently used by the U.S. and 11 allied nations. The widespread adoption of NASAMS “indicates the highest level of confidence by a global customer base”, Joe DeAntona, a retired U.S. Army colonel who is now vice president for Land Warfare and Air Defense requirements and capabilities at Raytheon Missiles & Defense, said.

The U.S. Army understands that preparing for fast-paced, multi-domain conflict requires developing breakthrough warfighting systems and technologies, including in the critical area of Long-Range Precision Fires. These large-caliber, heavy-hitting fires — which include missiles, cannons and other artillery — are designed to pierce enemy lines and destroy key targets from a distance. However, like many other signature Army systems, they must evolve along with the rapidly changing nature of warfare to remain optimally effective. Maureena Thompson, Army Futures Command, reports on U.S. Army's website.

According to information published on May 26, 2022, FN America, LLC introduces the FN 509 Midsize Tactical. Joining the ranks alongside FN’s other successful Tactical pistols like the FN 509 Tactical and Compact Tactical, the FN 509 Midsize Tactical is the ideal combination of FN’s full size tactical slide. Equipped with the versatile Low-Profile Optics-Mounting System™ and midsize grip frame, the FN 509 Midsize Tactical is a perfectly balanced pistol that’s optics-ready, multi-role capable and optimized for shootability.

Geospatial intelligence professionals gathered at the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s GEOINT 2022 Symposium in Aurora, Colorado, last month to discuss new efforts and achievements in the rapidly growing field. Topics highlighted at the event included how technological advances have influenced the creation and use of maps, including within military and intelligence communities. Maureena Thompson, Army Futures Command, reports.

The U.S. Army recently announced that the Next Generation Squad Weapon, the XM5 rifle and XM250 light machine gun will replace the M4/M16 rifle and the M249 light machine gun, with some Soldiers expected to receive the weapons by the fourth quarter of 2023, Staff Sgt. Michael Reinsch, Army News Service, reports. New Hampshire-based weapons manufacturer Sig Sauer was awarded the contract.

According to a picture published on the Twitter account "" on May 13, 2022, the loitering ammunition could be integrated into a combat armored vehicles as a new anti-tank weapon. A picture was released on the Internet showing the integration of HERO loitering munitions on the turret of the Rheinmetall Lynx KF41 tracked armored IFV (Infantry Fighting Vehicle).

“The Edge of Tomorrow” is a project focused on the development of cutting-edge technologies to improve a range of mission capabilities including lethality, situational awareness, survivability, stamina, cognitive load, enemy exposure, performance analysis and simulation, command and control, and more among combat soldiers in the IDF’s Infantry Corps. The project aims to strengthen the synergy between individual soldiers and their teams through the adoption of the Soldier as System (SAS) and the Platoon as System (PAS) approaches.

Readying the U.S. military for future warfare requires envisioning how next-generation warfighters will maneuver across all domains, including the fundamental land domain. The Army is accomplishing this task by bringing together ground vehicle experts, industry innovators and hands-on engineers and researchers to develop, test and ultimately deliver new fighting vehicles. Steering the U.S. Army’s efforts to advance prototypes in this area is the Army Futures Command Next Generation Combat Vehicles Cross-Functional Team, or NGCV CFT, based in Warren, Michigan. Maureena Thompson, Army Futures Command, explains.

Analysis by Army Recognition editorial about the combat and armored vehicles that will be displayed during May 9, 2022, Victory Day military parade of Russian armed forces. despite the conflict in Ukraine, Russia has decided to celebrate Victory Day with a military parade that will take place in the Red Square in Moscow. The Russian army units are already busy doing the first rehearsals. 

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