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Leonardo Helicopters inks an assembly plant contract in Algeria

At the contrary to what we announced  few weeks ago, the deal for an helicopeter assembly plant in Algeria has been awarded to  Leonardo-Helicopters (eg Finmeccanica Agusta Westland) and not Denel. Even if the Algerian government still consider the option of an assembly line for the south-african Rooivalk. The proposal have been made by the South African manufacturer DENEL during the ...

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Simera the guardian angel of the Olympics

As part of our efforts to introduce and popularize new concepts in the defense market, we wanted to present a very promising company which marked it footprint in this Olympic Games to be held in Rio. We had the immense opportunity to discuss with M John Marion, president of Logos Technologies about the guardian angel of the Olympics, the Simera System. ...

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Algerian army accquired the Skif ATGM from Ukraine

The  2016 edition of the international arms exhibition, Eurosatory in France, was the opportunity for the dynamic organization UKROBORONPROM (Ukrainian arms exports administration)  to make a presentation of the large catalog of products that it intends to export. Besides the Dozor-B, an armored 4×4 designed by Morozov, which begins to have some success in the international markets, UOP presented a high performance indigenous tactical ...

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The second Algerian-Navy Meko to start sea trials

The second frigate of the Algerian Navy Meko, actually under construction in Kiel, Germany, baring the serial number 911 will start open sea trials today. The delivery of this ship will probably be befor november 2016.  

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First picture of an iraqi T-50 Golden Eagle

Iraqi air force are about to receive a supersonic South Korean advanced trainer T50IQ. A picture taken in South Korea show the trainer in Iraqi delivery theme with the serial IQAF5002, which it seems as an indication, that a first aircraft has been built already. Negociation for the T50 bagan in 2009, KAI, the T50’s conceptor paricipated in the tender in ...

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Rheinmetall to supply Canadian Navy with decoy ammunition for the next thirty years

At the recent CANSEC show in May 2016 in Canada, the Canadian government and ammunition suppliers Rheinmetall and General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems–Canada signed a licence agreement to produce Omnitrap decoy ammunition for the Canadian Navy. Worth a mid-range eight-figure euro amount over the course of its thirty-year lifetime, the contract encompasses the supply of core components by Rheinmetall ...

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Nigeria: What should the Focus be Placed On?

President Buhari  has entered his second year as President of Nigeria. He has inherited a Country that was in crisis for certain. The Country has been plagued by corruption and poor governance for years. Both of these issues came to light during the Boko Haram issue that cost Goodluck Jonathan his job as President. A recent survey conducted among Nigerians ...

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The Issues that Turkey struggle with

The recent attack on the airport in Istanbul can be seen as evidence of just how frail security is in Turkey.  The problem is that most analysts will have a knee jerk reaction in stating what the root causes of the tensions that affect the country are. The initial reaction is to focus on the Southeastern Part of the Country. ...

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