Northrop Grumman has secured a $705 million contract for the development of the Stand-in Attack Weapon (SiAW), an advanced high-speed air-to-ground weapon. Over the next 36 months, the company will advance the weapon, integrate it with platforms, and complete flight testing for rapid prototyping in preparation for field deployment
Following the installation of the laser weapon demonstrator (LWD) on the German frigate "SACHSEN" in June 2022, Rheinmetall has conducted sea trials for the LWD at sea. Responsible for development and construction as well as the support during the trials that have been planned and organized by the Federal Office of...
Raytheon UK will receive the first laser weapon in the United Kingdom, and will integrate it onto a patrol vehicle next month. Designed to stop aerial threats such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), this 15-kilowatt laser is the latest development in the UK Ministry of Defence's Land Demonstrator programme
The UK Ministry of Defence provided additional funding to MBDA to accelerate the development of the SPEAR-EW stand-in jammer.
The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA)awarded Boeing $70.6 million to move to the second phase of the “Glide Breaker” hypersonic missile interceptor program
Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace (KONGSBERG) has inked a deal to supply more Naval Strike Missiles to Norwegian Navy. The value of the contract is MNOK 487 (~$46 million)
South Korea's Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) announced plans on Thursday to develop a 300-kilowatt laser weapon for use against aircraft, missiles, and drones. The proposed laser weapon is stated to be “superior to existing laser anti-aircraft weapon systems' and will possess the capability to intercept large unmanned aerial vehicles, rocket launchers, and subsonic guided missiles,” according to a statement by DAPA
MBDA and PGZ have joined forces at MSPO 2023 to develop the CAMM-MR missile for advanced medium-range air defense. The letter of intent between PGZ and MBDA follows on from the UK and Polish governments agreeing to progress development of a future common missile based on the Common Anti-air Modular Missile (CAMM) family as part of the UK–Poland 2030 strategic partnership
Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa (PGZ) and the Javelin Joint Venture (JJV), a Raytheon and Lockheed Martin partnership, signed an MoU for Javelin anti-tank weapon production in Poland. The MoU will explore the establishment of a final assembly facility and component production capabilities in Poland