Turkey, Iraq and Iran Drill New Combat Weapons from Russian Companies

Turkey, Iraq and Iran Drill New Combat Weapons from Russian Companies

Turkey has reached an agreement with a Russian company for the delivery of the second stage of the S-400 missile system. This development was announced Rosoboronexport, the largest arms industry in Russia, Sunday (8/23/2020). The memorandum of agreement has pressured Moscow and Ankara. Another development, Iran also reached a very new stage concerning Russian-Iranian military […]

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Japan’s military aircraft intercepted Russian spy airplane

Japan’s military aircraft intercepted Russian spy airplane

Japan’s military scrambled fighter aircraft to intercept Russian Ilyushin Il-20M radar reconnaissance and electronic intelligence aircraft, it said on 14 August. According to the statement, Japan scrambled fighter jets on Friday to warn Russian IL-20M (RF-75936) warplane it said had entered its air space identification zone over the neutral waters of the Sea of Japan. The […]

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Speedboats The Backbone of Iran's Naval Strategy

Speedboats: The Backbone of Iran’s Naval Strategy

Interest in GEV appears to be experiencing a renaissance, with both China and Russia also considering new GEV designs. Here’s What You Need To Remember: The little vehicles probably aren’t intended to strike the enemy directly, but instead would enable Iran’s asymmetric naval strategy to shut down the Strait of Hormuz in the event of […]

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Russia's 'Hunter' Is Unlike Anything in America's Arsenal

Russia’s ‘Hunter’ Is Unlike Anything in America’s Arsenal

Russia is pushing its new unmanned combat aerial vehicle out the door and into the hands of the military sooner than expected. The S-70 Okhotnik (“Hunter”) drone will enter service with the Russian Aerospace Force a year earlier than planned, in 2024. That means Hunter could become the first high-performance combat drone designed for large-scale […]

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U.S. Air Force partners Hermeus to develop hypersonic military aircraft

On Thursday, aerospace company Hermeus has announced that it partnered with the U.S. Air Force and the Presidential and Executive Airlift Directorate to work toward hypersonic travel for the Department of Defense.   Hermeus has awarded an $1.5 million contract to evaluate potential hypersonic military transports for a 9-19-seat aircraft, including for the executive airlift […]

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Russia Warns it Will See Any Incoming Missile as Nuclear

Russia Warns it Will See Any Incoming Missile as Nuclear

MOSCOW — Russia will perceive any ballistic missile launched at its territory as a nuclear attack that warrants a nuclear retaliation, the military warned in an article published Friday. The harsh warning in the official military newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star) is directed at the United States, which has worked to develop long-range non-nuclear weapons. […]

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