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South Korean KF-16 takeoff

South Korea grounds KF-16 fleet after ejection incident in Seosan

A KF-16 Fighting Falcon pilot was forced to eject from the aircraft after noticing flames and smoke coming from the engine.

South Korea launches fifth FFX II Daegu-class frigate Daejeon

Daegu-class frigate Daejeon (FFG-823) is the fifth of eight ships in its class and is scheduled to be delivered by the end of 2022.

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.
KF-21 Boramae

South Korea rolls out KF-X next-generation fighter prototype

South Korea has officially unveiled the first locally-developed KF-X fighter aircraft prototype that will be known as KF-21 Boramae.

S. Korea touts US arms purchases as THAAD issues return to...

DAPA detailed its purchase list as problems with the THAAD anti-ballistic missile defense system are returning to the limelight.
NI-600VT unmanned helicopter

S. Korea’s KAI signs MoU with Elbit Systems for UAS development

South Korea's sole aircraft manufacturer Korea Aerospace Industries has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Israel's Elbit Systems on the development...

HHI begins construction on South Korea’s first KDX-III Batch II Aegis...

The first KDX-III Batch II Aegis destroyer will be launched in the second half of 2022 and is expected to be delivered to the navy by 2024.

Hyundai Rotem to develop unmanned tank platform for Korean Army by...

South Korean company Hyundai Rotem announced in late December it has been awarded two contracts from the South Korean defense procurement agency...

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...

US approves arms sales to Korea, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Saudi Arabia...

The US State Department has approved arms sales to six countries totaling over $1.5 billion. The most high-value item...
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