Category: Air Defence

German Air Force Radar Modernization Program

German Air Force Radar Modernization Program

The HADR is a ground-based air surveillance defense radar that was first deployed in Germany over thirty years ago. Today, obsolete components make maintenance costly, difficult and time consuming while the technology and computer...

LM: $26 M from Royal Jordanian AF AIR C2

LM: $26 M from Royal Jordanian AF AIR C2

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] a $26 million foreign military sales contract to modernize the Royal Jordanian Air Force’s national air command, control and communications infrastructure. Lockheed Martin will...

MEADS Program Completes Successful BMC4I Software Review

MEADS Program Completes Successful BMC4I Software Review

The Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) program has successfully completed a Battle Management Command, Control, Communications and Computers and Intelligence (BMC4I) software design review in Huntsville, Ala. The review validated software design and...

Successful Tests of Ground-based Air Defence System

Successful Tests of Ground-based Air Defence System

Denel Integrated Systems Solution (DISS) has successfully completed an important testing phase in the development of the SANDF’s new Ground-based Air Defence System. The system is expected to be delivered for operational deployment by...

NATO Russia Joint Missile Defense Center

NATO Russia Joint Missile Defense Center

The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov point of view here – The 29 nations of the NATO-Russia Council (NRC) restated their commitment to pursuing cooperation on missile defence as well as cooperation in other security areas...

Europe Eyes Ships, Sensors For PAA Missile Shield

Europe Eyes Ships, Sensors For PAA Missile Shield

European ships already equipped with advanced phased array radars (APAR) are likely the first foreign hardware input from the continent into the U.S.-led Phased Adaptive Approach missile defense architecture, according to Ed Miyashiro, vice...