August 2015 Defence & Security Industry - Military - Army News
 
 
 
 

Warplanes from Saudi-led Arab coalition destroyed air defense systems in Yemen air force base
 
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Warplanes from Saudi-led Arab coalition hit Yemen's military airport in the capital Sanaa and a naval base in the Red Sea port of al-Hodayda on Wednesday, military officials said. They said the raids destroyed air defense systems in warehouses at al-Dailamy Airport, the headquarters of the air force base north of Sanaa, and anti-ships missiles at the naval base in al-Hodayda.
 

Lithuania will train Ukraine military instructors for Marksmanship and Urban Combat Courses
 
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Lithuania responds to a request from Ukraine – Lithuanian military instructors will share their expertise in a two-week course organised for their counterparts from the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and will share experience in arranging Marksmanship Course and Urban Combat Course
 

Russia is testing artillery Drones to increase firing range
 
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The Russian military is testing the idea that small drones could someday help guide artillery fire to targets outside a gunner’s line of sight. Russia doesn’t possess the kind of advanced, armed unmanned aerial vehicles the U.S. deploys throughout the Middle East, but appears to be exploring ways smaller drones can improve existing weapons.
 

Egypt will take delivery of KrAZ-6322 6x6 long chassis military truck tactical vehicles
 
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Within the period from 8 to 15 August of this year a large batch of trucks and spare parts made under extended contract between PJSC “AutoKrAZ” and the Ministry of Defence of Arab Republic of Egypt was inspected at the facilities of the company. The vehicles inspected were the KrAZ-6322 6x6 platform trucks coming in standard configuration. The vehicles inspected under the contract feature longer chassis.
 

Japan's Self Defence Forces began four days of live-fire drills
 
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Japan's Self Defence Forces (SDF) on Tuesday began four days of live-fire drills near Mount Fuji, in an annual exercise that comes as Tokyo tries to expand the role of the military. About 2,300 soldiers joined the exercise with some 80 tanks and armoured vehicles as well as 60 field guns and 20 helicopters deployed at training grounds, 80 kilometres (50 miles) west of Tokyo.
 

 FNSS' Saber 25mm turret successfully achieves firing qualification tests on PARS IFV
 
FNSS Saber 25mm turret successfully achieves firing qualification tests on PARS IFV 640 001 FNSS’ Brand New SABER 25mm One Man Turret successfuly completes firing qualification tests on FNSS PARS 8×8 Infantry Fighting Vehicle. Saber 25 was unveiled by FNSS at IDEX 2015 in February, and is based on its experience with its Sharpshooter turrets. Compared with Sharpshooter, Saber offers 60% more internal volume with only a 10% increase in external dimensions.
 

The Defense Ministry of South Korea is looking for the best anti-hacking experts
 
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The Defense Ministry of South Korea said Monday it will host a contest in October to pick the best anti-hacking experts as part of efforts to fight growing hacking threats in cyberspace. In the 2015 White Hat Contest, to be held in October, three final teams each will be picked from the adult and underage segments in a simulated cyberattack situation in which the contestants are tasked with blocking hacking attempts, the ministry said.
 

 Harris Corporation receives $11mn order from Middle-East country for Falcon III radio systems
 
Harris Corporation receives 11mn order from Middle East country for Falcon III radio systems 640 001 Harris Corporation has received a $11 million order from a nation in the Middle East to supply the Harris RF-7800 series of Falcon III® multiband, multimission radios as part of a continued modernization effort. The order was booked and shipped during the fourth quarter of Harris' fiscal 2015.
 

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