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U.S. Army to test a next generation ballistic missile this month

U.S. Army to test a next generation ballistic missile this month

The U.S. Army is set to test a next generation ballistic missile this month, which will leverage current launchers and be capable of achieving greater ranges than current technology, according…

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Bell unveils next-generation rotorcraft, promising a new era on the modern battlefield

Bell unveils next-generation rotorcraft, promising a new era on the modern battlefield

Bell Textron Inc., part of American conglomerate Textron, said on Wednesday it is moving forward on a U.S. Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) Competitive Prototype program it claims will…

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Army testing modernized UH-60V Black Hawk digital cockpit

Army testing modernized UH-60V Black Hawk digital cockpit

Combat aviators are conducting operational tests of Army modernization efforts using three UH-60V Black Hawk helicopters. The UH-60V Black Hawk will retrofit the Army's remaining UH-60L helicopter fleet's analog

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Oshkosh Defense exhibits JLTV combat capabilities at Modern Day Marine 2019

Oshkosh Defense exhibits JLTV combat capabilities at Modern Day Marine 2019

A 4-door General Purpose JLTV will be equipped with the Javelin Integration Kit (JIK), LW30 Remote Weapon Station (RWS), and, for the first time, a Black Hornet Vehicle Reconnaissance System…

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In November 2017, the Polish company MESKO S.A imported through the Ukrainian State Company “Ukrspetsexport” the components of light Pirat anti-tank guided missiles.According to the importgenius.com, a website which crawls and compiles a publicly available bill of lading data indicates

that Polish company MESKO S.A imported 5 sets for developing new light Pirat anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM) from Ukraine through Ukraine’s defense export company Ukrspetsexport.

The Pirat is a Polish family of light ATGM jointly developed with Kyiv-based Luch design engineering bureau. The new polish ATGM based on the Ukrainian R-3 Korsar missile system developed by the Luch design engineering bureau.

According to the MESKO company, the new Pirat is a light, portable shoulder-launched ATGM that would be capable of penetrating up to 550 mm of steel armour covered by ERA.

The tactical and technical assumptions mention the range of 2500 meters, missile weight of 10.1 kilograms (2.5 kg for the warhead) and diameter of the missile body of 107 mm.

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