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Lockheed joins Hanwha-led team for UK Mobile Fires Platform bid

Lockheed Martin UK has entered into a teaming agreement with South Korea's Hanwha Defense to join the "Team Thunder," which is offering...

South Korea to trial Redback IFV after Australian competition

The Republic of Korea Army has set up an action plan to trial the Redback infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) developed by Hanwha...

Egypt signs $1.65B contract with South Korea for K9 self-propelled howitzers

The governments of Egypt and South Korea on Tuesday signed a contract for Egypt's purchase of K9 self-propelled howitzers.

Australia, Hanwha sign A$1B Huntsman howitzer deal

The Australian government and South Korean defense contractor Hanwha Defense have signed a $1 billion agreement for new self-propelled howitzers for the...

Australia’s future IFV contestants test their sea legs

The latest trial marked the end of the LAND 400 Phase 3 project’s risk mitigation activity, which paves the way for a decision to be made in 2022.

Finland exercises options for additional K9 howitzers

Finland's defense minister Antti Kaikkonen has approved the procurement proposal for the purchase of an additional five 155 mm armored howitzers for...

GDELS, Hanwha land South Korean amphibious bridging vehicle deal

With more than 1.3 km of bridge length, the Republic of Korea Army will operate the largest M3 amphibious bridge fleet.

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.

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