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  • U.S. Navy conducts successful test of Trident missiles 20/09/2021
    A two-missile flight test on unarmed, life-extended Trident II missiles were conducted from the USS Wyoming, Sept. 17, 2021. The... Read Story The post U.S. Navy conducts successful test of Trident missiles appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • U.S. Navy accepts 100th on-time delivery of AH-1 Viper 18/09/2021
    The U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Systems Command recognized an impressive production streak this week with the 100th on-time delivery of the... Read Story The post U.S. Navy accepts 100th on-time delivery of AH-1 Viper appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Inspiration4: Space Force supports historic mission as civilians launched into orbit 17/09/2021
    A cancer survivor, record-setting pilot, doctor and a U.S. Air Force veteran sit inside the capsule waiting for the countdown... Read Story The post Inspiration4: Space Force supports historic mission as civilians launched into orbit appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • On This Date 17/09/2021
    Sept. 18, 1941: The Curtiss XP-60 made its first flight. The P-60 was a 1940s American single-engine single-seat, low-wing monoplane... Read Story The post On This Date appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • New DOD program assists dual-use Hardware startups speed product development 16/09/2021
    The U.S. Defense Department has launched a new program called National Security Innovation Capital. The program aims to stimulate and... Read Story The post New DOD program assists dual-use Hardware startups speed product development appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Navy, Boeing conduct first air-to-air refueling of F-35C from unmanned MQ-25 15/09/2021
    The U.S. Navy and Boeing have completed its first aerial refueling of an F-35C Lightning II aircraft from an MQ-25... Read Story The post Navy, Boeing conduct first air-to-air refueling of F-35C from unmanned MQ-25 appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Defense Department marks, honors National Hispanic Heritage Month 15/09/2021
    National Hispanic Heritage Month runs Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, and the Defense Department is at the forefront of marking... Read Story The post Defense Department marks, honors National Hispanic Heritage Month appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Eglin reactivates historic 60th Fighter Squadron 12/09/2021
    After a 12-year break, the 60th Fighter Squadron was reactivated Aug. 20, 2021 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Flying... Read Story The post Eglin reactivates historic 60th Fighter Squadron appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • DARPA looking at microbes to process rare earth elements 12/09/2021
    Rare earth elements — a group of 17 metals, including neodymium — are used in lasers, precision-guided weapons, magnets for... Read Story The post DARPA looking at microbes to process rare earth elements appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Northrop Grumman demonstrates next gen EW, radar interoperability at Exercise Northern Lightning 11/09/2021
    The Northrop Grumman Next Generation Electronic Warfare system, making its first flight, joined the AN/APG-83 Scalable Agile Beam Radar at... Read Story The post Northrop Grumman demonstrates next gen EW, radar interoperability at Exercise Northern Lightning appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.

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  • Multinational military exercise Rapid Trident 21 begins in Ukraine 21/09/2021
    A multinational military exercise called Rapid Trident 21 has commenced in Ukraine with an opening ceremony at Central City Stadium...Read More... The post Multinational military exercise Rapid Trident 21 begins in Ukraine appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Decarbonising defence: Richard Nugee interview 21/09/2021
    The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) published its Climate Change and Sustainability Approach around six months ago and talks around...Read More... The post Decarbonising defence: Richard Nugee interview appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Is the aerospace, defence & security sector seeing the beginnings of a cloud investment boom? 21/09/2021
    The aerospace, defence & security industry is seeing changes in cloud investment across several key metrics, according to an analysis...Read More... The post Is the aerospace, defence & security sector seeing the beginnings of a cloud investment boom? appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Indian Army’s helicopter launched ATGM Helina completes all trials 21/09/2021
    India’s Defence Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL) in Hyderabad has reportedly completed all trials of the locally developed helicopter-launched Nag...Read More... The post Indian Army’s helicopter launched ATGM Helina completes all trials appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Kratos delivers first products for US Army’s TITAN prototype programme 21/09/2021
    Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has delivered the first batch of its OpenSpace quantum and SpectralNet products to Northrop Grumman....Read More... The post Kratos delivers first products for US Army’s TITAN prototype programme appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Viasat secures US DoD research contracts to explore 5G potentiality 20/09/2021
    Viasat has secured two research contracts from the US Department of Defense (DoD) to assess the use of 5G networks...Read More... The post Viasat secures US DoD research contracts to explore 5G potentiality appeared first on Army Technology.
  • ‘VU’ Creates Digital Solution for Fraud Prevention and Identity Protection 20/09/2021
    Concept: Argentina-based cybersecurity company ‘VU’ has created a fraud prevention and identity protection solution for both businesses and citizens. It...Read More... The post ‘VU’ Creates Digital Solution for Fraud Prevention and Identity Protection appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Researchers from MIT Generates Hydrogen Fuel from Aluminium Scrap and Water 20/09/2021
    Concept: IBM and Mercedes has announced the development of “Urban Guard – Stolen Vehicle Help,” a recently released service in...Read More... The post Researchers from MIT Generates Hydrogen Fuel from Aluminium Scrap and Water appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Baidu Develops Autonomous Excavators System for Construction Industry 20/09/2021
    Concept: Researchers from Baidu Research Robotics and Auto-Driving Lab (RAL) and the University of Maryland have developed a driverless Autonomous...Read More... The post Baidu Develops Autonomous Excavators System for Construction Industry appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Singapore Deploys Public Compliance Robots 20/09/2021
    Concept: Singapore has begun testing two autonomous robots to patrol public spaces and prevent bad social behavior as part of...Read More... The post Singapore Deploys Public Compliance Robots appeared first on Army Technology.

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  • Argentina to buy 12 JF-17 Block III fighter jets from Pakistan 18/09/2021
    DefenceTalkThe Government of Argentina has officially decided to purchase 12 PAC JF-17 Block III fighters from Pakistan, as a draft bill for the next budget has been presented in Argentina’s Parliament. An Open-Source Intelligence account on Twitter AEROSINT Division PSF reported on Friday that the South American nation will be buying Pakistan’s fighter jets for […]
  • France recalls ambassadors to Australia, US in escalating row 18/09/2021
    DefenceTalkFrance on Friday recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia in a ferocious row over the scrapping of a submarine contract, an unprecedented step that revealed the extent of French anger against its allies. President Emmanuel Macron recalled the envoys after Canberra ditched a deal to buy French submarines in favour of US […]
  • US DoD: August 29 Strike in Kabul ‘Tragic Mistake,’ Kills 10 Civilians 17/09/2021
    DefenceTalkThe strike by a Hellfire missile in Kabul, August 29, which was launched in an effort to kill ISIS-K planners, instead killed 10 civilians, the commander of U.S. Central Command, Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie, Jr. said. During a briefing today at the Pentagon, McKenzie outlined the findings of an investigation he directed following […]
  • Naval power in the Pacific in numbers 17/09/2021
    DefenceTalkAustralia’s decision to acquire nuclear-powered submarines under a newly announced alliance with the United States and Britain has highlighted regional concerns over China’s growing maritime might in the Pacific. Justifying ditching an earlier deal with France for conventional submarines, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said it was “not a change of mind, it’s a change […]
  • ‘Great power rivalry’ fuels Pacific arms race frenzy 17/09/2021
    DefenceTalkA quick barrage of missile tests and bumper defence deals in the Pacific have highlighted a regional arms race that is intensifying as the China-US rivalry grows. “There’s a little frenzy in the Indo-Pacific of arming up,” said Yonsei University professor John Delury. “There’s a sense of everyone’s doing it.” Within 24 hours this week, […]
  • Saab Receives Orders for Carl-Gustaf M4 and Ammunition 17/09/2021
    DefenceTalkSaab has received orders for the recoilless rifle Carl-Gustaf® M4 with included ammunition. The combined order value is approximately 900 million SEK and deliveries will take place in 2022. The industry’s nature is such that depending on circumstances concerning the product and customer, further information regarding the customer will not be announced. “We are proud […]
  • China and Russia-led bloc backs Iran’s future membership 17/09/2021
    DefenceTalkDushanbe, Tajikistan: Members of the China and Russia-led Shanghai Cooperation Organization on Friday endorsed Iran’s future membership of the bloc that already includes South Asian rivals India and Pakistan. The move comes as Moscow and Beijing have moved to assert themselves as key players in the region, after the United States’ hasty retreat from Afghanistan […]
  • France deplores ‘stab in the back’ by Australia over submarines 16/09/2021
    DefenceTalkFrance expressed fury Thursday over Australia’s surprise decision to scrap a huge submarines deal in favor of nuclear-powered subs from the US, slamming the move as a breach of trust. “It’s really a stab in the back. We had established a relationship of trust with Australia, this trust has been betrayed,” Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le […]
  • China condemns Australia-US nuclear submarine deal 16/09/2021
    DefenceTalkBeijing on Thursday slammed a new US alliance with Australia and Britain, under which Canberra will acquire nuclear submarine technology, as an “extremely irresponsible” threat to regional stability. The agreement “seriously undermines regional peace and stability and intensifies the arms race”, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told a regular press briefing. The Western allies […]
  • Australia to get nuclear submarines in new US, British partnership 16/09/2021
    DefenceTalkThe United States announced a new alliance Wednesday with Australia and Britain to strengthen military capabilities in the face of a rising China, with Canberra to get a nuclear submarine fleet and American cruise missiles. President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his British counterpart Boris Johnson did not mention China in unveiling […]

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  • Thales to provide SEARCHMASTER radar for French Navy aircraft 21/09/2021
    Thales has secured a contract to provide its SEARCHMASTER surveillance radar and the mission navigation system for the Albatros Maritime...Read More... The post Thales to provide SEARCHMASTER radar for French Navy aircraft appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Is the aerospace, defence & security sector seeing the beginnings of a cloud investment boom? 21/09/2021
    Cloud is one of the key themes across global industries, with top companies around the world completing cloud deals, hiring...Read More... The post Is the aerospace, defence & security sector seeing the beginnings of a cloud investment boom? appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Uncrewed air vehicles are becoming a standard tool for global navies 21/09/2021
    Traditional land-based uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs) are being used to support maritime domain awareness task forces, extending coverage beyond the...Read More... The post Uncrewed air vehicles are becoming a standard tool for global navies appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • US Fleet Marine Forces receive final KC-130J HH+ aircraft 21/09/2021
    The US Fleet Marine Forces have received the final KC-130J Super Hercules aircraft modified to the Harvest Hercules Airborne Weapons...Read More... The post US Fleet Marine Forces receive final KC-130J HH+ aircraft appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Indian and Indonesian navies conduct Exercise Samudra Shakti 21/09/2021
    The Indian Navy and the Indonesian Navy are taking part in a bilateral maritime exercise, known as ‘Samudra Shakti’. The...Read More... The post Indian and Indonesian navies conduct Exercise Samudra Shakti appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Blockchain: Macroeconomic Trends 21/09/2021
    Blockchain projects need to demonstrate their effectiveness in addressing the needs of multiple stakeholders to ensure everyone is motivated to...Read More... The post Blockchain: Macroeconomic Trends appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Why the Aukus submarine pact caused a falling-out with France 20/09/2021
    The deal Australia has scrapped its $90bn (€56bn) submarine deal with France and entered a new pact with the US...Read More... The post Why the Aukus submarine pact caused a falling-out with France appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce begin design work on UK’s new submarine class 20/09/2021
    BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce have won two £85m contracts to begin design work on the successor to the UK Royal...Read More... The post BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce begin design work on UK’s new submarine class appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • US Navy flight tests Trident II D5LE missiles from USS Wyoming 20/09/2021
    The US Navy’s Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine USS Wyoming (SSBN-742) has launched an unarmed Trident II life-extension (D5LE) missile off...Read More... The post US Navy flight tests Trident II D5LE missiles from USS Wyoming appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Blockchain: Technology Trends 20/09/2021
    Blockchain as a service (BaaS) holds the key to driving mainstream adoption of the technology as it enables companies to...Read More... The post Blockchain: Technology Trends appeared first on Naval Technology.

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  • Ethiopia’s Conflict: Will Negotiations With the TPLF Work? 21/09/2021
    Ethiopia will not succumb to its authoritarian past but rather the people’s government will succeed in charting a course for the soul of the nation. The post Ethiopia’s Conflict: Will Negotiations With the TPLF Work? appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • 144th Fighter Wing to Train With F-117 Nighthawks 21/09/2021
    The US Air Force announced that the 144th Fighter Wing welcomed two F-117 Nighthawk aircraft for air combat training missions last week at the Fresno Air National Guard Base. The post 144th Fighter Wing to Train With F-117 Nighthawks appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Pentagon Awards Supercomputer Contracts Totaling $68 million 21/09/2021
    The Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded $68 million in contracts to California-based Penguin Computing for two high-performance supercomputers. The post Pentagon Awards Supercomputer Contracts Totaling $68 million appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Nigeria’s Military Crackdown Puts Squeeze on Bandit Gangs 21/09/2021
    Nigeria's military campaign against criminal gangs in the northwest is pushing them into neighboring regions as a result of a telecom shutdown and a squeeze on fuel and food supplies. The post Nigeria’s Military Crackdown Puts Squeeze on Bandit Gangs appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Elbit Systems Rifle Tech Allows Soldier to ‘Shoot From the Hip’ 21/09/2021
    Israel’s Elbit Systems has unveiled an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered system that allows soldiers to fire accurately around corners and from the hip. The post Elbit Systems Rifle Tech Allows Soldier to ‘Shoot From the Hip’ appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Russia Holds Anti-Terror Drills With China, Missile Exercises 21/09/2021
    The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), led by China and Russia, kicked off the Peace Mission 2021 at the Orenburg training grounds in Russia. In a separate drill, the Russian Navy will conduct missile tests on the Black Sea. The post Russia Holds Anti-Terror Drills With China, Missile Exercises appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Rebel Attacks Kill 15 Soldiers in Troubled Cameroon 21/09/2021
    About 15 soldiers and several civilians have died in two attacks in English-speaking western areas of Cameroon in the grip of a breakaway campaign. The post Rebel Attacks Kill 15 Soldiers in Troubled Cameroon appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Two Jihadist Commanders Killed in Syria Drone Strikes: Monitor 21/09/2021
    Drone strikes killed two jihadist commanders close to Al-Qaeda in the Idlib region of northwest Syria. The post Two Jihadist Commanders Killed in Syria Drone Strikes: Monitor appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Lockheed Martin Unveils New LMXT Refueling Tanker 20/09/2021
    Lockheed Martin unveiled its new LMXT refueling tanker on Friday, a variant of the current Airbus A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport made for the US Air Force. The post Lockheed Martin Unveils New LMXT Refueling Tanker appeared first on The Defense Post.
  • Indian Army Developing UAV-Mounted Intelligence Device 20/09/2021
    The Indian Army is working on an intelligence device mounted on an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to overcome the limitations of manned and ground-based intelligence gathering. The post Indian Army Developing UAV-Mounted Intelligence Device appeared first on The Defense Post.

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  • When America’s All-Volunteer Force Loses a War 21/09/2021
    The sudden fall of Afghanistan marks the very first time that the U.S. military has clearly lost a war fought solely by volunteers. This defeat will have many strategic consequences, but it also may have a deeply corrosive effect on the nation’s all-volunteer military. Losing a war can be debilitating for any military organization and […]
  • The Biden Administration Needs to Act Fast to Reset Relations with France 21/09/2021
    Major White House national security announcements rarely (if ever?) mimic plot lines from romantic comedies. But the announcement of a new security partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States (shortened to “AUKUS”) that will, among other things, equip Australia with advanced nuclear-powered submarines — which resulted in the termination of an existing […]
  • What Losing Looks Like: Afghanistan’s ‘Hardest Place’ 20/09/2021
    Wesley Morgan, The Hardest Place: The American Military Adrift in Afghanistan’s Pech Valley (Random House, 2021)   Afghanistan’s hoary reputation as “the graveyard of empires” is ill-deserved. Foreign invaders have generally withdrawn from the country — under varying levels of duress — because they simply decided an Afghan ulcer was no longer tolerable. Even the […]
  • Iraqi the Vote: Can Elections Bring Reform in Baghdad? 20/09/2021
    Iraqis are less than three weeks away from a high-stakes general election. More than anything else, this election will be a referendum on the major anti-government Tishreen (October) protests that shook the country in 2019. The protests revealed a widespread frustration with the Iraqi political establishment, and a widespread desire for change. Unfortunately, while there […]
  • Defending Democracy – Inside the Senate Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election 17/09/2021
    The 2016 presidential election was a milestone in modern American politics, not only for the surprising victory of a candidate whom many pundits and observers had considered unlikely to win, but also for the degree to which foreign powers attempted to influence the electoral process and outcome. In this week’s Horns of a Dilemma, we […]
  • Biological Deterrence for the Shadow War 17/09/2021
    The inadequate initial U.S. response to COVID-19, coupled with new advances in biotechnology, could make biological weapons more appealing for U.S. adversaries. The biological weapons capability achieved by the United States in the 1960s and by the Soviet Union in the 1980s suggests that it is very likely that near-peer adversaries have the capabilities to launch a biological attack with […]
  • Could Multinational Peacekeepers Prevent Worst-Case Outcomes in Afghanistan? 17/09/2021
    How should the U.N. Security Council, Afghanistan’s neighbors, and international organizations engage with the new Taliban government in Afghanistan? How will these decisions impact Afghanistan’s stability in the next five to 10 years? To date, many analyses have focused on the short-term implications of the Taliban takeover. However, relatively little thought has been given to […]
  • A Tale of Two Biden Doctrines 16/09/2021
    Chris, Melanie, and Zack debate whether there is a “Biden doctrine” and if so, what exactly it is. They identify two separate threads in Biden’s thinking and that of his team — one idealist vision for global democracy, and a second more pragmatic and restrained approach. These diverging views do not, at the moment, appear to have […]
  • Working with the Devil? The Potential for U.S.-Taliban Cooperation Against the Islamic State in Afghanistan 16/09/2021
    During World War II, when defending collaboration with reprehensible regimes, President Franklin Roosevelt liked to quote an old proverb: “My children, it is permitted you in time of grave danger to walk with the devil until you have crossed the bridge.” In 2015, the year after the Islamic State declared the creation of a “caliphate” […]
  • Misaligned in Mesopotamia: Conflicting Ambitions in NATO Mission Iraq 16/09/2021
    The rapid collapse of the Afghan government has prompted an agonized and wide-ranging debate across the NATO alliance about what went wrong. Among other things, it is now painfully clear that there was a longstanding mismatch between the goals of the NATO mission and the realities facing the Afghan government, particularly its security forces. Over […]
  • The Subprime Strategy Crisis: Failed Strategic Assessment in Afghanistan 15/09/2021
    In June 2006, former congressman Marty Meehan opened a hearing about the role of U.S. Special Operations Command before a subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee by stating that he had “grown increasingly pessimistic about our overall philosophy [in the post-9/11 wars].” He continued, “I am faced with the prospect that we might not […]
  • A Hawkish Dove? President Moon Jae-in and South Korea’s Military Buildup 15/09/2021
    Has South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in, a strong proponent of a peaceful engagement policy toward North Korea, turned into a hawk? On Sept. 7, South Korea successfully tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile, becoming only the eighth country (and the first one without nuclear weapons) to possess that type of capability. It was the latest step […]
  • Forward to the Past? Weigh Covert Options in Afghanistan Carefully 14/09/2021
    Is “Charlie Wilson’s War” due a sequel? The movie, like the book that inspired it, recounted the flamboyant congressman’s role in escalating America’s war in Afghanistan during the 1980s. Through one of the CIA’s largest covert action programs, the United States supplied huge amounts of arms and money to the mujahedeen, who bravely fought the […]
  • Beyond Biological Defense: Maintaining the U.S. Biotechnology Advantage 14/09/2021
    From 2007 to 2008, tainted supplies of Chinese-manufactured heparin, a common blood thinner, led to 81 deaths across the United States. This should have been a wake-up call to the Department of Defense. Over the last two decades, biotechnology has become a key component of American supply chains, perhaps accounting for 20 percent of the […]
  • What Tigray Portends: The Future of Peace and Security in Africa 13/09/2021
    Two years ago, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed stood on the stage in Oslo to accept the Nobel Peace Prize. Now, he oversees a brutal civil war in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. Abiy recently called the conflict a case where “the weed is being removed from our country.” This genocidal language follows a ten-month […]
  • Avoiding a Collision Course With India 13/09/2021
    After the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, some of the harshest criticism of America’s credibility has come — surprisingly — from India. One prominent commentator projects the end of “Pax Americana” and another argues that the Taliban’s victory constitutes the “first significant setback” of America’s “Indo-Pacific project.” These Indian strategists see the end of the U.S. […]
  • MAD COWs and Practical Wisdom 10/09/2021
    In the 1950s, researchers at the RAND Corporation ran two different wargames exploring questions of nuclear strategy. Both were named the Cold War Game, known to the participants as COW.  One, run by the Mathematics Analysis Division (MAD), abstracted questions of the ethics of nuclear war in order to seek reproducible results. The other, run […]
  • Reflections on 9/11 Twenty Years After 10/09/2021
    We all have our own memories associated with the tragedy of 9/11. In my case I can remember going to Ground Zero shortly after the attacks and noticing that awful, pungent smell of the place, as if the terrorists had opened up some special, sulfurous path to hell. Later, directing the commission investigating what happened, […]
  • 9/11 in Islamabad: The First 72 Hours 10/09/2021
    It was a typical late summer day at the U.S. embassy in Islamabad — oppressively hot when the sun was out with a twinge of cool air in the evening that brought momentary relief. The weekly “Pol-Core” meeting was called to order at 0915 by recently arrived Amb. Wendy Chamberlin. This group included the deputy […]
  • Confronting Chaos: A New Concept for Information Advantage 09/09/2021
    “It failed miserably.” With these words, Gen. John Hyten dropped a bomb on the Defense Department’s vision for fighting China and Russia, the joint warfighting concept. He told a defense industry group that an adversary red team “ran rings around” a U.S. team using the concept in an October 2020 wargame. Some defense thinkers claimed […]
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