Philippiness Department of National Defense (DND) has signed ceremonial contract worth Php 18.9 Billion ($368 Million) with Brahmos Aerospace to acquire a Shore-based Anti-ship Missile System for the Philippine Navy
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that a new sea-based hypersonic missile will enter combat duty in Russia as of next year. "We have carried out a test, and a successful one
The Russian Navy launched a Tsirkon hypersonic missile from the Admiral Gorshkov frigate from the White Sea to hit a sea target at a range of over 400 km. In a statement, the Russian Ministry of Defense said the Northern Fleets frigate conducted another test-launch as part of the final stage...
Russias Military-Industrial Corporation Research and Industrial Association of Machine Building (MIC NPO Mashinostroyenia) has reportedly started serial production of Tsirkon hypersonic missiles for the countrys Navy. "A serial production of Tsirkon missiles is underway at the NPO Mashinostroyenia, although state trials of this products surface launches will continue," a source close to the situation was quoted as saying by government-owned
Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) has won $124 million to support MK 48 MOD 7 heavyweight torpedoes used by the militaries of Australia and Taiwan
South Korea will launch a $135 million (160 billion won) project to develop new lightweight torpedoes by 2028, the state arms procurement agency announced Monday. The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) said that the Defense Project Promotion Committee endorsed the torpedo project
The Norwegian Defence Materiel Agency (FMA) signed two contracts worth MNOK 1,426 (nearly $170 million) for the delivery of a new batch of Naval Strike Missiles (NSMs) and maintenance of existing inventory of these missiles. The new NSMs will be armed on the Navys frigates and corvettes
South Koreas Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has launched a new project to develop Close In Weapon System-II (CIWS-II) to protect warships from hostile aircraft and missiles. The ship-based gun will replace the Dutch- and American-made final-stage interception systems currently used by the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN