The Standard Missile-6 (SM-6), also known as RIM-174, is a ship-launched anti-air and...
Kongsberg wins €124m contract to supply missiles for Malaysian Navy
Norwegian company Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace has signed a €124m contract for the supply of the Naval Strike Missile (NSM) to the Royal Malaysian Navy.
US Navy completes developmental testing of Raytheon’s JSOW C missile
The US Navy has completed the final developmental test for the integration of the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) C on-board the US Navy's F-35 C Lightning II aircraft as part of a collaboration with Raytheon.
MBDA fires CAMM missile from Lockheed’s 3-cell ExLS system
European manufacturer MBDA has successfully completed the qualification of its common anti-air modular missile (CAMM) following a series of trials.
Pakistan Navy test fires Babur SLMC for second time
The Pakistan Navy has carried out a successful test firing of its indigenously built submarine-launched cruise missile (SLMC), Babur.
US Navy launches Trident II D5 missile from USS Nebraska
The US Navy has successfully launched two Trident II D5 Life Extension (LE) missiles from its submarine USS Nebraska in order to demonstrate the readiness of both the strategic weapon system and the vessel's crew members.
Dutch Navy’s Goalkeeper CIWS concludes sea acceptance trials
The Royal Netherlands Navy’s first Goalkeeper close-in weapon system (CIWS), upgraded with the upkeep modifications, has successfully completed sea acceptance trials (SATs).
Naval gun OTO 76/62 SR completes cyber vulnerability assessment
Leonardo has successfully concluded an extensive vulnerability assessment campaign on its OTO 76/62 Super Rapid (SR) naval gun in order to demonstrate its resilience to cyber-attacks in the future.
Sweden and Finland begin cooperation to develop torpedo system 47
The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) and Finnish Defence Forces Logistic Command (FDF LogCom) have begun work under a previously announced collaboration that aims to develop the torpedo system 47, in addition to providing cost-efficient maintenance operations.
EXPAL Attends Future Indirect Fires Conference in Bristol
The Future Indirect Fires Conference, which will focus on artillery, mortars and simulators, will take place in Bristol, UK, between 6-7 March.
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