Armor Holdings, Inc. Receives $112 M Award for Improved Outer Tactical Vest

Armor Holdings, a leading manufacturer and distributor of military vehicles, vehicle armor systems and life safety and survivability systems serving military, law enforcement, homeland security and commercial markets, announced the receipt of a new contract award for $112 million to provide the Improved Outer Tactical Vest to the U.S. Army.

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General Dynamics Awarded $19 M Contract to Establish National Corps of Language Professionals

General Dynamics Information Technology, a business unit of General Dynamics, has been awarded a contract by the Department of Defense (DoD) National Security Education Program (NSEP) to develop a national volunteer civilian "Language Corps" whose members will be available for federal activation during times of international crisis, national emergency or to fulfill other national needs.

05.06.2007 Visits - 6241 Posts - 0

Armor Holdings, Inc. Announces $47 Million in MOLLE Orders

Armor Holdings, a leading manufacturer and distributor of military vehicles, vehicle armor systems and life safety and survivability systems serving military, law enforcement, homeland security and commercial markets, announced the award of a new delivery order valued at $47.1 million from the U.S. Army Natick Contracting Activity.

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The United States Gives Weapons to Afghanistan's Army

The United States has given thousands of weapons and hundreds of armoured vehicles to Afghanistan's army as it braces for renewed fighting with Taleban insurgents in the spring.

05.02.2007 Visits - 6240 Posts - 0

DRS Receives $19M Order to Produce Battlefield Digitization Systems for the U.S. Army

DRS Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has received an order valued at approximately $19 million to provide rugged Applique Computer Systems and peripheral equipment for the U.S. Army's Force XXI Battle Command, Brigade and Below (FBCB2) program.

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Army is to Deploy Troops to Iraq with Computerized Equipment

Following successful field testing last summer, the Army is planning to deploy its new Land Warrior system within the year, bringing the Army a giant step closer to electronic networking of the battlefield. The wearable, computerized system includes lasers, navigation modules, radios, and other technologically advanced equipment to help Soldiers shoot, move, and communicate more accurately on the battlefield. Ultimately, it will improve their ability to fight effectively and survive, according to the Army.

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US Army Receives State of the Art Simulation Systems for the New Abrams M1A1AIM Tank

The US Army received the new ABRAMS M1A1 AIM Tank Driver Trainer and Relocatable Advanced Gunnery Trainer System. The equipment was installed at the School of Armour in Puckapunyal, Victoria.

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New Equipment to Help Protect UK Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan

Defence Secretary, Des Browne, unveiled a package of new equipment to help protect UK Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan following an armoured vehicles review.

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New Special Forces Support Group: Inaugural Parade

Secretary of State for Defence, the Rt Hon Des Browne MP, and the Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Mike Jackson, attended the inaugural parade of the new Special Forces Support Group at RAF St Athan in Wales on 11 May 2006.

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TERRIER Training Contract For BAE Systems Integrated System Technologies

As part of the TERRIER® programme BAE Systems Integrated System Technologies (Insyte) has been awarded a contract to provide TERRIER Training Systems. This contract was won in competition against several other Simulation and Training companies.

20.01.2006 Visits - 8878 Posts - 0

Radian Chosen to Perform NATO Response Force Studies

Alexandria, VA -- Radian Inc, an Engineered Support Services Inc. (ESSI) company, has been chosen by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Supreme Allied Command-Transformation to perform a study of new concepts and existing technologies for the design, construction, and maintenance of NATO base camps. These base camps would be used by a deployed joint task force and the headquarters of the NATO Response Force. The study is worth $170,000 and will last six months.

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Major Investment In Australia`s Special Forces

The Howard Government has approved a $207 million redevelopment of Special Forces facilities at Holsworthy Barracks to support the relocation of Special Operations Command units to the Sydney Defence base.

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Army Developed Urban Tactics, but Lacked Doctrine

Urban warfare did not receive concentrated Army attention until the 1990s, despite a wealth of experience gained during conflicts spanning more than half a century. Army doctrine has evolved into a focused plan of identifying, isolating and destroying concentrated targets within cities, rather than avoiding key population centers or storming them with all resources available.

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Army Displays Latest Warfighting Innovations

WASHINGTON -- The Army showcased its Future Force Warrior system, the latest in war-fighting technology, at Soldier Modernization Day on Capitol Hill June 16. Military researchers, developers, testers and engineers displayed current innovations in soldier technology to senators and congressional staffers who witnessed how technology can impact soldiers’ lives while sampling the Army’s newest field rations.

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Army Battalion Becomes First Unit Equipped With Lockheed Martin`s Future Force HIMARS Launcher

DALLAS -- The U.S. Army today introduced its first unit equipped with the Lockheed Martin High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS), helping the service meet its goal of fielding a lighter, more mobile and more flexible fighting force.

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