Russia and the United Arab Emirates signed a contract on delivering anti-tank missiles for the Emirati army.
Armenian Defense Minister Vigen Sargsyan explained in an interview with Sputnik what role Russia-supplied Iskander missile systems might play.
The CDW Government Company has received a US Marine Corps contract to provide 31,000 laptops.
USAF has ordered 21 MANPADS anti-aircraft defense kits from costing $15.5 million to be manufactured in Israel.
US President Donald Trump’s new national security adviser is on the record as wanting to deter Russia in Europe but is also capable of moderation and original thought, former CIA officer Phil Giraldi told Sputnik.
A top US Navy official is reporting that a Houthi vessel responsible for an attack on the Saudi frigate Al Madinah in late January was actually the work of a drone boat filled with explosives, instead of a suicide bomber, as previously reported.
The third Winter Military World Games in the Russian city of Sochi will start on Wednesday.
The US Army is on a quest to defend against drones and other low-flying aircraft, and a solution will not come soon.
The Congressional Budget Office reports that the US Navy’s 30-year shipbuilding plan would average $21 billion per year, or $5 billion more per year than the Navy has spent on shipbuilding over the past 30 years.
After years of assisting Iraqi security forces from a distance, a US commander noted that in recent weeks the military has received approval to move closer to the frontlines in the fight for the terrorist stronghold of Mosul in Iraq.
On Monday, Tekhmash, the Russian defense firm developing shells for the Armata T-15 and Kurganets-25 infantry fighting vehicles, announced that new 'smart ammunition' will be created for the armored vehicles by 2018. Speaking to Sputnik, military writer Viktor Baranets took note of the expected features of these smart shells.
Deputy Defense Minister said that tests of the Russian fifth-generation fighter T-50 (PAK FA) are in the process of the integration of missile and bomb armament.
The world is facing a shortfall of cybersecurity specialists, a report by the Global Information Security Workforce, a non-profit organization dedicated to making the world safer, has revealed.
Russia is going to spend than 1.4 trillion rubles ($24 billion at the current exchange rates) to implement the state procurement program in the sphere of arms procurement, as well as of military and special equipment, according to Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov.
Lockheed Martin was awarded by $150Mln contract to provide the US Marine Corps with the Target Sight System (TSS) for the AH-1Z Viper attack helicopter, according to official statement.
Turkish Foreign Minister said that negotiations with Russia on deliveries of advanced S-400 Triumf air defense systems to Turkey are progressing successfully.
The system can simulate different scenarios of an air defense battle on real landscape.
Russia's advanced military robot "Soratnik" that underwent combat tests in Syria will be put into service with the Russian Armed Forces this year, Kalashnikov manufacturing company CEO Alexei Krivoruchko told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Whereas the development of nuclear arms remains an absolute priority for Russia, their role will be decreased by the entry into service of high-precision weapons, according to the defense minister.
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