Spain to launch first S-80 submarine

Come April 22, Spain will launch first S-80 class submarine in the esteemed presence of the King and Queen of Spain. The launch ceremony of S-81, the first submarine of S-80 class, will be presided by King Felipe VI, at Navantia shipyard in Cartagena (Murcia, Spain)

The S-81, which will be named ‘Isaac Peral', is the first submarine designed and built in Spain. This represents a strong commitment with national technological development, and thus, with national defence as well as with the international positioning of Spanish industrial sector.

Ashok Leyland Delivers Armoured Vehicles to IAF

Ashok Leyland, the flagship company of the Hinduja Group and the largest supplier of logistics Vehicles to the Indian Army, has strengthened its Armoured vehicle platform by delivering first of its kind “Light Bullet proof Vehicles” ( LBPV)  to the Indian Air force. Ashok Leyland delivered first lot of these modern vehicles on April 13th. LBPV is an adopted version of Lockheed Martin’s (LM) CVNG (Common Vehicle Next Gen) and has been developed under TOT from LM to Ashok Leyland. It is completely indigenized and developed in India.

BAE to develop prototypes for U.S. CATV program

The U.S. Army has selected BAE Systems to deliver two prototype vehicles for evaluation as a potential solution for the Cold Weather All-Terrain Vehicle (CATV) program. Whether operating in swamps or the frozen arctic, BAE Systems’ Beowulf is based on proven, existing solutions and capable of moving personnel and cargo under the most remote and harshest conditions.

Nexter prepares the future of battle tank armament

Leaning on its expertise in battle tank armament, illustrated by the Leclerc's self-loading gun, and on  the excellence of its ammunition activity, Nexter (KNDS group) is presenting a new main armament  concept for main battle tanks, designed to deal with future heavily armoured threats. This  breakthrough weapon represents a major contribution by the French industry to achieve at the end  of a cooperative development: a new common solution for France and Germany enhancing the value  of distributed activity and balanced skill contributions within the European DTIB.  

NAvantia built HMAS Supply Commissioned in Australian Navy

Navantia and Navantia Australia congratulate the Royal Australian Navy on the commissioning of HMAS Supply (II), lead ship for the Supply Class Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) vessels.

Navantia’s Global President, Ricardo Domínguez, said the commissioning of Supply by the Royal Australian Navy is a proud moment for Navantia’s global workforce.

“The commissioning of HMAS Supply (II) into service by the Royal Australian Navy today marks a significant milestone for all involved.

Pratt & Whitney Submits Proposal to Power the F-15EX

Pratt & Whitney is proud to have submitted our proposal to power the USAF F-15EX with the trusted F100-PW-229 engine for Lots 2-9 of the procurement schedule. The F100 engine has powered every operational F-15 in the USAF fleet since its first flight in 1972, and we look forward to powering this legendary fighter for decades to come. The F100-PW-229’s power, performance, and reliability will enable the F-15EX to conduct the Air Force’s most critical missions here and abroad.

11th Round of India-China Corp level meeting

The 11th round India-China Corps Commander Level Meeting was held at Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on 09 April 2021. The two sides had a detailed exchange of views for the resolution of the remaining issues related to disengagement along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh. The two sides agreed on the need to resolve the outstanding issues in an expeditious manner in accordance with the existing agreements and protocols.