“Wave of Fear: Revolutionary Super Sonic Strike Missile in the Making”

Germany and Norway are in the early stages of creating a revolutionary supersonic anti-ship missile known as the Super Sonic Strike Missile [3SM] Tyrfing. Defense Minister Bjørn Arild Gram of Norway has made the announcement about this ambitious project. The missile development is being spearheaded by a prominent Norwegian collective, Kongsberg. With an anticipated completion … Read more

Exposed: How France Will Spend 900 Million Euros on Ocean Patrol Vessels

Exposed: How France Will Spend 900 Million Euros On Ocean Patrol Vessels

Get ready to dive into the exciting developments in the French Armament General Directorate’s orders for seven ocean patrol vessels, a deal worth a cool 900 million euros. This is the latest chapter in the journey to replace the P400 patrol vessels and Estiennes d’Orves Marine class avisos. The BATSIMAR Program The ambitious BATSIMAR program … Read more

Why Did Cyprus Just Pass Their Battle-Tested Choppers Over to Serbia?

Why Did Cyprus Just Pass Their Battle Tested Choppers Over To Serbia

Through a notable turn of events, Serbia has acquired old Russian-made Mil Mi-35 attack helicopters that were previously under the ownership of Cyprus. The Mil Mi-35P helicopters were not strangers to issues. Before the EU sanctions against Russia due to the invasion of Ukraine came into play, these helicopters were already experiencing maintenance difficulties. At … Read more

Is Europe’s Space Sector About to Experience a Game-Changing Revamp?

Is Europe's Space Sector About To Experience A Game Changing Revamp

With unique challenges threatening Europe’s access to space, a succession of solutions and novel initiatives are emerging. From fresh funding to the advent of innovative propulsion technology, Europe is poised to overcome its obstacles and secure a robust future in space exploration. One of the notable issues in Europe’s space access is the cessation of … Read more

The M-55, A Cold War Relic Might Invade Ukrainian Skies

The M 55 A Cold War Relic Might Invade Ukrainian Skies

The Miassichtchev M-55, the Soviet’s response to the U.S. U2 spy plane, could soon be soaring the Ukrainian skies again. A recent development stirring curiosity and surprise among defense experts worldwide. Background In the 1950s, the U.S. Air Force initiated the Genitrix program with the mission of sending stratospheric balloons over the Soviet Union and … Read more

Are African Armies Ahead with French Staff Officer Training?

Are African Armies Ahead With French Staff Officer Training

Marking a new chapter in military cooperation, the French Army has recently introduced its first staff officer training program for African officers. This development transpired in the Military Schools of Draguignan, spearheaded by General Marc Conruyt. The idea for this training program came to light more than ten years ago by General Bertrand Ract-Madoux. He … Read more

Exclusive: Sweden’s Navy to Upgrade their Corvettes with CAMM Missiles

Exclusive: Sweden's Navy To Upgrade Their Corvettes With Camm Missiles

The Royal Swedish Navy is poised to elevate their corvettes’ air defense capabilities by incorporating MBDA’s CAMM missile. This stems from a recent agreement, building on the €4.6 billion contract with Polska Grupa Zbrojna for over 1000 CAMM-ER anti-aircraft defense missiles. CAMM Missile Agreement and Its Purpose The contract was made public on November 16th … Read more

Did The French Military Just Change the Game with Drone Swarms?

Did The French Military Just Change The Game With Drone Swarms

Get a glimpse of the game-changing ASSYDUS project by the French Ministry of Defence. The project propels defence technology into new heights with the innovative use of drone swarms to mislead enemy radars. ASSYDUS: Redefining Air Defence Systems This pioneering project is being spearheaded by the Agency for Defence Innovation (AID), Thales DMS France SAS, … Read more

End of an Era: Boeing’s E-7A Aircraft to Replace NATO’s Fleet

End Of An Era: Boeing's E 7a Aircraft To Replace Nato's Fleet

Boeing’s E-7A Wedgetail aircraft is set to replace NATO’s fleet of 14 E-3A Sentry advanced warning aircraft. With the E-3A aircraft reaching the end of their lifespan in the early 2030s, the decision for their replacement seems timely and practical. Managed by NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Agency (NAPMA), the E-3A aircraft … Read more

Shock As US Missile Program Faces Unexpected Hurdles

Shock As Us Missile Program Faces Unexpected Hurdles

The U.S. Sentinel Program is grappling with an array of unexpected challenges in developing its future intercontinental missile. Concerns over Sentinel Program Significant worries are growing among the top ranks of the U.S. Air Force regarding the progress of the Sentinel Program. Frank Kendall, the Secretary for the U.S. Air Force, voiced these concerns publically. … Read more