According to the South Korean concern Hanhwa Defense, work has begun on a new version of the K9 Thunder self-propelled howitzer with an unmanned turret. State research on this variant, designated K9A2, is expected to begin later this year
Turkey already had to have a "local" main battle tank, but this has never happened in recent months. The Altay tank is stuck in a quagmire of technological problems and is panicking for help from South Korea to provide technological solutions.
The Norwegian Ministry of Defense has announced a plan to acquire new tanks to replace the Leopard 2A4NO used there today. Offers from South Korea and Germany with brand new Leopard 2s are considered
The Indian Ministry of Defense issued a press release confirming that the Indian Army has already carried out the next necessary tests of a surface-to-air missile, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned
BulgarianMilitary.com learned from an interview with Russia's chief of missile forces, Lieutenant General Mikhail Matveevsky, that Iskander will be replaced by a new missile system that is already being worked on.
As we have repeatedly reported this year, the US Army has conducted a series of tests on robotic infantry fighting vehicles of various shapes, characteristics and functionality.
We are entering a stage where the military industry, political analysts and strategists, high-ranking military leaders are following with interest what is happening in Russia, especially at the end of the year.
According to a press release issued by the Russian Central Military District, the latest Russian Buk-M3 mobile anti-aircraft missile system has already been put into operation and is about to be brought into combat readiness
This category also includes a new combat vehicle of the Australian infantry and one of the auspices admitted to the tests is the German concert Rheinmetall, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The Russian army received the first modernized T-72B3M Main Battle Tanks with an additional modification in the form of an automatic target tracking system, commonly known as the autotracker
The T-14 tank on the basis of the Armata tracked platform has not yet entered service, but in Russia they are increasingly talking about the vehicle that should replace it.
Russian ground forces will be able to destroy enemy headquarters, command posts, artillery and armored vehicles in a matter of seconds. The country has begun to create the latest hypersonic light-class missile, sources in the military-industrial complex
Russia's anti-aircraft missile system S-400 continues to be of interest to many countries around the world, as it is believed to be the best defense system at the moment. UAE and Saudi Arabia want to buy Israeli Iron Dome.
A landlocked country has received Russia's Bastion defense defense systems, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned, with amateur footage taken by Belarusian citizens on the Russian-Belarusian border.
The Finnish tender to increase the range of air defense beyond the existing NASAMS system, which started in 2018, has entered a key phase. Inquiries were sent to 5 bidders among which, surprisingly, Raytheon with the Patriot system was not found.
The Turkish Otokar concern has received a contract worth a total of approximately US $ 110 million for the supply of Arma 8 × 8 and Cobra II 4 × 4 wheeled combat vehicles with a training and support package for an undisclosed African state
Russia continues to develop and test new missile systems designed to fight both fighters and bombers, as well as ballistic missiles or reconnaissance satellites. BulgarianMilitary.com has learned that Russia has conducted another successful test of such a system.
Such a deal became clear to the public after the US State Department announced the new sale to the Asian island and actually gave the green light to start deliveries.
Preparing for the threats of today, but also of tomorrow, the Republic of Korea (South Korea) has been systematically investing in a number of missile systems for years - both for the defense of its territory and for a precise attack on the enemy.
BulgarianMilitary.com listened to the radio interview of the Russian military expert Igor Korotchenko, who announced that the Russian military industry was already testing a missile system capable of shooting down enemy hypersonic missiles.