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The S-500 is Formidable But Is It a Threat for the U.S. Stealth Fighters?

WASHINGTON, (BM) - In recent years there has been intense talk of the new Russian air defense system S-500. Various information is constantly leaked on state and private Russian media as well as on media and blogs all over the world. It should be noted that the real S-500 is a brand new development and perhaps the first of the new Russian

US Defence Executives Expected Governments to Boost Spending in New Technologies

PARIS, (BM) - US defence executives sounded a bullish note on the outlook for the industry on the eve of the Paris air show, saying they expected governments to boost spending in new technologies to counter evolving threats. Plans announced by United Technologies and Raytheon last week to merge to form a $120bn aerospace and defence behemoth

Operations “Hit-And-Run” – the New ISIS Tactic

CAIRO (BGM) - In recent weeks, IS’s al-Naba online newspaper has encouraged followers to adopt guerrilla tactics and published detailed instructions on how to carry out hit-and-run operations. The group is using such tactics in places where it aims to expand beyond Iraq and Syria. While IS has tried this approach before, the guidelines make

EU Defence and Security Cooperation After Brexit

BRUSSELS, (BM) - Europe’s security architecture has significantly changed over the past ten years. The deteriorating security situation around Europe prompted a movement to remodel European security architecture, and more specifically a rethink of how Europeans do defence cooperation. The political crisis following the Brexit vote in the UK

The Chief of Defence Reported 2018 was a Successful Year for the Bulgarian Army

SOFIA, Bulgaria (BulgarianMilitary.com) - The results of the Bulgarian armed forced shown in 2018 are positive and the past year can be considered as successful. This was announced by the Chief of Defence General Andrey Botsev before presenting the analysis on the performance of the Bulgarian Army and the structures under the direct

BAE Systems Is Developing Software Modelling Conflicts for DARPA

ARLINGTON (Virginia, the USA), June 18, 2018, Author: Bm team, Photo: BAE Systems BAE Systems is developing software modelling conflicts for DARPA. This was announced from the company last week on Monday, 11 June 2018. DARPA - the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is sponsoring the project, under which it will be developed…

Japan Needs Long-Range Strike Capabilities

There is a term to describe the mindset of Japanese people who put so much faith in Japan’s peace constitution that they are complacent about security threats. They are said to suffer from heiwa-boke. With North Korea demonstrating increasingly sophisticated missiles and threating to sink the country with nuclear weapons, heiwa-boke is a luxury the…

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