Israel's MoD has selected IAI as the prime contractor to develop technologies for the future armoured fighting vehicle (AFV), the Carmel.
Autonomous delivery robots have been trialled at RAF Brize Norton air base for the very first time to deliver spares and supplies.
Is the West right to be concerned about China becoming a maritime power, and what does the new AUKUS pact mean for the Indo-Pacific region?
Australia scraps problem-plagued French submarine building program for nuclear-powered submarines using British and American technology.
Climate Change and Why It Matters To Defence: Extreme temperatures, rising sea levels and melting ice sheets will cause increased instability and geostrategic competition, making it harder for the military to operate and restrict its freedom of manoeuvre.
Counting The Costs of Afghanistan: Many are counting the incalculable human costs of the 20 year war in Afghanistan and asking whether lessons will be learned as the Taliban sees off yet another invading force.
A Warrior’s End: What Next for the UK’s Armoured Infantry: With the Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme scrapped, the British Army losing a third of its Challenger 2 tanks, and now the AJAX IFV programme beset with problems, is the Army's war fighting doctrine in tatters?
Soldiers of Fortune: Private military companies continue to expand their global presence as nations recognise the benefits of operating in the shadows.
Electric and hydrogen powered unmanned ground vehicles on show at Korea's ADEX 2021.
Republic of Korea showcases ambition to become a world leader in unmanned air systems at ADEX 2021.
AUKUS is not a new defence pact or ASEAN Nato, but a commitment to collaborate on a broad range of technologies.
Curtiss-Wright to provide turret drive stabilisation system for Combat Boat weapons system.
Thales and Streamwide to boost the security of mission-critical 4G/5G mobile communications.
The latest Fuchs/Fox vehicle has a high roof and advanced 360-degree panoramic vision system.