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Hanwha Defense announces industry team for UK’s Mobile Fires Platform program

South Korean tracked military vehicle specialist Hanwha Defense has announced a teaming agreement with several UK defense companies to work on the...

US Army picks five competitors for its Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle...

The US Army has selected five competitors that will proceed to the second stage of the concept design phase of its Optionally...

S. Korea’s Hanwha to offer its K9 howitzer for UK’s Mobile...

Hanwha Defense says it is working on a 'Made in the UK' solution for the K9 self-propelled howitzer it plans to offer for the British Army's MFP program.

South Korea completes development of 6×6 unmanned ground vehicle

The vehicle features unmanned functions such as follow-me, travel-route control, obstacle detection/avoidance, and is armed with a machine gun.

South Korea’s Hanwha confirms bid for US Army OMFV program

Hanwha Defense will be working with Oshkosh Defense to secure a contract for the US Army's optionally manned fighting vehicle (OMFV) program.

Australia receives all IFV prototypes ahead of 2022 procurement decision

Hanwha and Rheinmetall have each delivered three prototype vehicles as part of the Australian Army's LAND 400 Phase 3 program.

South Korea’s Hanwha enters into CRADA with US Army

South Korean defense major Hanwha announced it has signed an agreement with the US military for collaborative research and development of key...

Australia buying South Korea’s K9 howitzer for protected mobile fires program

Australia is becoming be the seventh country to pick the K9 Thunder as its howitzer of choice.
AESA radar for South Korea KF-X fighter

South Korea unveils new AESA radar for future KF-X fighter

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), the main contractor on the KF-X program, will be responsible for the radar integration work.

First South Korean K9 Thunder howitzers arrive in Norway

The Norwegian Army welcomed its first K9 Thunder howitzers with an official ceremony at the Rena Military Camp on December 4.
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