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UVision showcases advanced anti-armor capabilities of its Hero-120 and Hero-400EC Loitering Munition Systems

edited by Curtis Hand, all images from UVision Ideal for marime expeditionary forces, the anti-tank capability from UVision provides a comprehensive solution against Main Battle Tanks. (MBTs), for ground, air and naval platforms. UVision will present this and other offerings at DEFEA next week, Hall 3 booth G13. UVision is one of the few developers […]

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Launches Sea Breaker – 5th Gen’ Sea-Land Long-Range Attack Weapon System

edited by Curtis Hand; all images: RAFAEL Rafael’s Sea Breaker™ utilises Rafael’s technological innovations such as electro-optics, computer vision, AI and advanced decision-making algorithms for full operational capability in GNSS-denied environments for maritime superiority missions. The missile’s datalink supports real-time, man-in-the-loop decision-making and tactical updates, meaning it has mid-flight abort capability. The photos below demonstrate […]

Israel Shipyards to Supply Four Bespoke SHALDAG MK V Vessels to the Israeli Navy

release material edited by Curtis Hand with contribution from Stephen Elliott Israel Shipyards Limited signed an agreement to supply four of its SHALDAG MK V vessels to the Israeli Navy each with unique configuration requirements. Like other naval customers, the Israeli Navy bought a variety of Israel Shipyards’ vessels for ongoing security missions – i.e. […]



Rohde & Schwarz Acquires Zurich Instruments AG

Public Notice – posted by Curits Hand The Rohde & Schwarz technology group, will now also be active in the field of quantum computing. The July 1, 2021 acquisition of Zurich Instruments AG, a technological leader in test and measurement, will help Rohde & Schwarz further expand its Test & Measurement Division. The Swiss company […]

MBDA’s CAMM Selected for Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyers

edited and filed by Jürgen Hensel MBDA has announced a number of contracts to upgrade the air and missile defence capabilities of the Royal Navy’s six Type 45 DARING class destroyers. The work will see CAMM (Common Anti-Air Modular Missile) paired with an upgraded Sea Viper command and control system for the first time. CAMM […]

Diehl Delivers Re-Certification and Repair Equipment for Anti-Ship Missiles

edited by Curtis Hand from press release Diehl Defence received an order form the Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) for the delivery of recertification and repair equipment for the heavy anti-ship missile RBS15 Mk3 to the Ammunition Supply Centre North in Laboe on 1 July 2021. This enables the […]



MSD The Coffee Klatsch: Security is Beyond Seeing

Interview by Curtis Hand While the coffee is brewing in a machine for someone’s cup somewhere, Maritime Security & Defence (MSD) magazine had a rare opportunity to catch up with and interview Nir-Or‘s CEO, BGen (Ret.) Roy Riftin.  BTW – the General will be presenting at DEFEA –  Defence Exhibition Athens, taking place from 13-15 […]

BIRD Lands in Africa – Complete ASIO Maritime Surveillance Task Force Solution Delivered

edited by Curtis Hand from release. Note: It is normally our policy to refuse press releases whereby a company does not reveal the government client. This is because many salesforces push erroneous press releases to increase interest for their products in a tarket market region.  However, we make exceptions when there is indepedent knowledge that […]

Patria joins in an EDIDP programme to develop maritime surveillance capabilities

Patria is part of three-country Northern-European co-operation in a consortium that was selected by the EU in the European Defence Industrial Programme for Maritime Surveillance Capabilities. The member states are Estonia, Finland and Sweden (the lead) all countries surrounding the Baltic Sea and the countries have signed the letter of intent. The consortium is led […]



BIO-UV GROUP DESIGN NEW US NAVY BALLAST WATER TREATMENT

edited by Curtis Hand The UV-based ballast water treatment specialist BIO-UV Group and The Columbia Group – its American engineering and servicing partner, were selected to develop a ballast water treatment system for the US Navy. The contract follows an international call for tenders to develop a military version of a UV ballast water disinfection system […]

Israel Shipyards Presents, for the First Time at IMDEC, its Flexible Commercial Options to Meet the New Economic Reality

Presenting for the first time at the prestigious African Naval event – IMDEC, Israel Shipyards Ltd. showcases its flexible options and solutions that address the immediate needs of fleets around the world and help them overcome harsh, new economic realities facing many countries in the region. As a leading shipbuilding and repair company in the […]

RNLN Adm Rob Bauer Begins NATO Military Committee Chairmanship

edited by Curtis Hand Adm Rob Bauer (photo, right) of the Royal Netherlands Navy took over as Chair of the NATO Military Committee. Elected in October 2020, Adm Bauer begins his three-year tenure just one week after the recent Brussels Summit with Heads of State and Government. With the ambitious NATO 2030 agenda agreed, the […]




Elettronica and Rohde & Schwarz cooperate for German RCESM/RECM systems

edited by Curtis Hand from official release Elettronica and Rohde & Schwarz signed a cooperation agreement for the conception and delivery of radar and communication electronic support measures/radar electronic counter-measures  in Germany, with a focus on German naval programmes. ELT and Rohde & Schwarz will continue their significant R&D spending in this area to offer […]

Rohde & Schwarz Supports Brazilian Navy Expansion & Modernisation

edited by Curtis Hand from release Rohde & Schwarz was awarded a contract from the Águas Azuis Consortium to supply the communications and intelligence suites for the Brazilian Navy’s Tamandaré Frigates Class programme. They will be fully responsible for the development, design, production, integration and acceptance of the external and internal communication suite and will supply communication […]

Was There Any Doubt? Germany Approves the U212CD Project

by Curtis Hand from a press release, and with commentary from Merl Wachtberg thyssenkrupp Marine Systems CEO Dr Rolf Wirtz, commented on the German Parliament Budget Committee’s funding of the €25 million 212CD (“Common Design”) German-Norwegian submarine project: “…the German Bundestag today made it possible for the contract to be signed soon. This is good […]



USCG Cutter Tahoma Returns from 79-Day Counter-Narcotics Patrol

edited by Curtis Hand from press statement. All images: USCG. The crew of the US Coast Guard (USCG) Cutter Tahoma (WMEC 908) returned to Kittery on Friday after a successful 79-day counter-narcotics and smuggling patrol in the Eastern Pacific. The Tahoma’s crew interdicted two vessels, seizing 7,300 pounds of cocaine, worth a combined total of […]

USCG Leadership Praised and Promoted

by Curtis Hand, from press release and internal resources Less than 12 hours after MSD Online reported the US Coast Guard (USCG) Pacific Area Command change on Wednesday, 16 June – whereby RAdm Peter W Gautier relieved VAdm Linda L Fagan as the acting Pacific Area Commander at Coast Guard Base Alameda on the US […]

US Coast Guard Pacific Area Held Change of Command Ceremony

by Curtis Hand with content from Press Release The US Coast Guard Pacific Area Command (USGC-PAC) hosted a change of command ceremony Wednesday, 16 June, at Coast Guard Base Alameda. The change-of-command ceremony is a historic military tradition. The event, which has remained unchanged for centuries, includes a reading of the command orders in the […]



UK MOD Awards Patrol Boat Contract to MST Group

by Curtis Hand, from Press Release The UK MOD Defence Equipment & Support Organisation (DE&S) awarded Marine Specialised Technology (MST) Group a competitive contract to supply 18 of its 15m high-speed patrol boats to is MOD Police (MDP) and Gibraltar Defence Police (GDP), replacing existing craft in use with the MDP and GDP.  It is […]

MSD Coffee Klatch with Glaucus. The FRSN: Keeping the Mission Active

Interview by Curtis Hand While the coffee is brewing in a machine for someone’s cup somewhere, Maritime Security & Defence (MSD) magazine had a primo opportunity to catch up with and interview Mr Christoffer Gregers Glæsel, Managing Director, Glaucus ApS about the FRSN Forward Repair System NATO and how it keeps the mission active. MSD:  […]

PIRATES DEVELOP BUSINESS À LA NIGERIA

by Michael Meyer Serious kidnapping cases are increasing in the Gulf of Guinea. Battle-hardened pirates are becoming more professional. Politicians and regulators are lagging behind these developments. Pirates and shipping have formed an indissoluble relationship for centuries, imposed by one side but chained together by inseparable bonds. The number of cases fluctuates and the so-called […]





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