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A Land 17 SP solution?

An arrangement similar to the Largs Bay sale may mean that upgraded AS90 Bravehearts may be available to meet interim Land 17 SP Howitzer requirements.
Details of how the British Army is to downsize its artillery branch's force structure to meet the cost-saving targets, have been seen by Jane' s and reported in JDW. Premium

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British deep-strike initiative hit by cuts

A deep-strike initiative that would have given British Army commanders the ability to precisely target 150 km across the battlefield has effectively been terminated. Premium

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Austal's ex-Hawaian superferries to move Marines from Okinawa

The MV Alakai will be used to transport US Marines from Okinawa.
The US Navy will spend US$70 million to transfer and modify two high-speed ferries to support moving 880 Marines from Okinawa, Japan. Premium

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Australian Aerospace Delivers 15th MRH90 Helicopter

Australian Aerospace is assembling and delivering 46 MRH90s to replace Army and Navy Black Hawk and Sea King helicopters.
Australian Aerospace delivered the 15th MRH90 (Multi-Role Helicopter) to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) – the second such handover in two weeks. Premium

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News: Innovation Award for Redwing Program

The Redwing suite of counter-IED devices, developed by DST Group, has won the inaugural Public Sector Innovation Award from the Institute of Public Sector Administration Australia (IPAA) during a small ceremony, held in Canberra, 27 July 2016.

A Defence team has won an award for developing a suite of force protection products to assist in countering the global threat posed by improvised explosive devices.