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DragonFire laser achieves UK’s first high-power aerial target firing

During a trial at the MOD Hebrides Range, the DragonFire laser directed energy weapon (LDEW) system made history by achieving the first...

UK aircraft carrier to trial Banshee drones on deployment to the...

HMS Prince of Wales will be test flying Banshee Jet80+ air vehicles during its upcoming deployment to the US east coast.

Qinetiq joins Lockheed for Australian AIR6500 Joint Air Battle Management System...

Lockheed Martin Australia and QinetiQ Australia have entered into an agreement for cooperation on the Royal Australian Air Force’s AIR6500 Phase 1...

Qinetiq joins Australian Missile Corporation for sovereign missile program bid

UK-based defense technology company Qinetiq is joining forces with the Australian Missile Corporation to compete for work under the Australian government's push...

QinetiQ, AM General partner to develop Humvee-based electric vehicle

QinetiQ and AM General have have teamed up to fast-track the development of electrification technologies for military vehicles. The...

UK investing £100M in electronic warfare upgrades for Royal Navy fleet

The first phase of a £500M Maritime Electronics Warfare Program will deliver EW upgrades for frigates and destroyers, as well as the Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers.

US Army receives all robotic combat vehicle prototypes ahead of major...

The US Army has taken delivery of all light and medium RCV prototypes, which will now be prepared for a company-level MUM-T experiment in 2022.

Qinetiq delivers first light robotic combat vehicle prototype to US Army

The hybrid-electric unmanned ground combat vehicle (UGCV) is the first of four systems to be delivered.

UK awards contract for weapons sector research framework

The UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has signed a 5 year framework contract which is budgeted to be worth £300m...
Cloncurry Aerodrome UAV flight test range

Australia getting new UAV flight test range

The initial capability offered by the facility will support all weight classes of UAS for routine flying operations, demonstration activities and test and evaluation trials.

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