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The Armoured Amphibious Marine Assault Vehicle (MAV) also nicknamed Zaha, is developed by the Turkish company FNSS within the scope of the Presidency of Defence Industries project to meet the amphibious armored vehicle needs of the Turkish Naval Forces Command. The MAV was exhibited during the international defense exhibition IDEF, which was held in August 2021. 

According to information published by the U.S. Department of Defense on August 4, 2021, Members of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Armaments Center at Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey, and Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC) located in Detroit Arsenal, Michigan, joined together on a range at Fort Dix June 30, 2021,  to perform a live-fire test of a Robotic Combat Vehicle-Medium (RCV-M), an experimental prototype under the Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross-Functional Team (NGCV CFT).

In May 2019, the Israeli Government has announced a $125 million contract of a planned 12-year, $280 million program to replace tracked self-propelled howitzers M109 in service with the Israeli armed forces. The international defense website Janes has released a picture on July 29, 2021, showing the SIGMA 155, a new wheeled self-propelled howitzer designed by the Israeli company Elbit Systems that could replace Israeli army M109 howitzers.

On June 22, 2021, IABG (Industrieanlagen-Betriebsgesellschaft mbH) a German analysis and test engineering company based in Ottobrunn near Munich, commissioned by the Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) of the German army, has presented a demonstrator for new light tracked armored vehicle for German airborne troops, under the program name of GSD LuWa.

U.S. Special Operations Forces have a new aid in the fight against cyber-attacks. The Tactical Key Loader (TKL) cryptographic key device, which answers the Army’s call for the Next Generation Load Device-Small (NGLD-S), provides critical command and control of emergency, time-sensitive and secure communications during Special Forces missions. Kathryn Bailey, PEO C3T Public Affairs, reports.

German army continues to use the American M270 MLRS, Multiple Launch Rocket System that entered in service with the U.S. Army in 1983. The German version has now been upgraded to the standard MARS II/MLRS-E able to fire guided rockets. The M270 is also in service with Egypt, Bahrain, Finland, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Turkey, and the UK.

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