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P-8A Poseidon for Germany

Germany appears to have selected P-8A Poseidon as its new maritime...

Germany's defense ministry has all but selected the Boeing-built P-8A Poseidon to replace its P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft, according to a...

Instead of withdrawing, US Army deploying 500 more soldiers to Germany

The US Army will deploy two new long-range fires units in Germany, in addtion to retaining three sites previously scheduled to be pulled from Germany.
Eurodrone MALE RPAS

Germany approves €3.1B in funds for Eurodrone UAV development

The German government has approved €3.1 billion euros for the development of a new "Eurodrone" European MALE RPAS.

Rheinmetall, Diehl, Hensoldt team for German LVS NNbS SHORAD competition

LVS NNbS bridges a current capability gap when it comes to providing protection against short- and very short-range aerial threats.
German Army H145 SAR helicopter

Airbus completes H145 SAR helicopter deliveries to German Army

The German Army has taken delivery of its seventh and final H145 helicopter for search and rescue (SAR) missions.

Germany’s Puma IFV “combat ready” after six years of work

The German Army declared its new Boxer infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) to be ready for combat after years of work on rectifying...
Euro Hawk

Germany’s failed Euro Hawk drone is becoming a museum piece

After investing $700 million into the program, Germany is putting its sole Euro Hawk drone on display in a military history museum in Berlin.
Poseidon submarine hunter

US approves German P-8A buy for interim maritime patrol capability

Germany could potentially buy 5 Poseidon P-8A aircraft for an estimated $1.77 billion.

Germany’s assault rifle saga continues

Germany's quest to buy next-generation assault rifles will be further prolonged after one of the companies that was excluded from the contest...

C.G. Haenel out of the running for Germany’s new assault rifle...

The German defense ministry has excluded C.G. Haenel GmbH from participating in the tender due to two separate patent infringements.
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