Saturday, May 28, 2022

Military & Defence

Argentine Air Force is Considering JF-17 as it’s Future Fighter

According to the chief of staff of the Argentine Air Force, Javier Isaac, aircraft manufacturers easily succumbed to British pressure, since they doubted the country's financial ability to pay for the purchase of new fighters. The general explained that the purchase of a JF-17 fighter is possible. The aircraft is produced in Pakistan, which was visited by a special commission of the Air Force in 2017.

British army selects Jacobs to develop devices of robot able to cross water in...

Jacobs is part of the team that was selected by the U.K.’s Ministry of Defence to devise a new system to help the British Army cross water in hostile territory. The ‘Map the Gap’ competition asked the private sector how crossings could be scouted and planned without the need for dangerous reconnaissance missions.

U.S. Marine Corps replaces its legacy radar systems with AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar...

“The AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR will fill the void that the 59 will leave and enable Marine Air Control Squadron’s across the Marine Corps to accomplish their mission of command and control,” Gunnery Sgt. Jeffery Tracy, a radar chief with Marine Air Control Squadron (MACS) 1 informed.