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Registration opens for the 5th annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability conference and Active Protection Systems Focus Day

[ad_1] SMi reports: The 5th annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability Active Protection Systems Focus Day returns this Autumn in London SMi’s 5th annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability conference and Active Protection Systems Focus Day will return to London between the 12th-14th November 2019. Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability As the only armoured vehicle conference dedicated to the area of survivability, the 2019 event will gather programme managers, capability directors, and commanders… Read More »Registration opens for the 5th annual Future Armoured Vehicles Survivability conference and Active Protection Systems Focus Day

No pause in drone operations amid Iran tension

[ad_1] “We’re continuing to fly. And we continue to fly where we need to be, when we need to be there,” Air Force Chief of Staff Dave Goldfein said at an Air Force Association event. “This is a conversation we could have in the South China Sea, this is a conversation we could have anywhere in terms of international airspace. In the global commons, we continue to protect those global… Read More »No pause in drone operations amid Iran tension

SMi release 8 key reasons to attend Air Missile Defence Technology conference 2019

[ad_1] SMi reports: 8 key reasons have been released to attend Air Missile Defence Technology conference, in Prague on the 22nd -23rd October 2019 SMi is pleased to present the 4th annual conference on Air Missile Defence Technology, taking place in Prague on 22nd and 23rd October 2019. The two-day conference will provide attendees with the opportunity to gain insight into international priorities and developments for air and missile defence.… Read More »SMi release 8 key reasons to attend Air Missile Defence Technology conference 2019

The Rust Dialogues, Part II: The Drift, Vol. XXXIII

[ad_1] Navigation Brief (Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part series. The Drift would like to welcome famous amphibian naval commentator CDR Salamander as the host of this week’s edition of The Drift, Vol. XXXIII. Next week, we’ll welcome Dean of the Naval Press Corps, Chris Cavas. They’re here to talk about one of our favorite topics: material condition. See you in June, Drifters!) NAVASSA ISLAND: Good Evening… Read More »The Rust Dialogues, Part II: The Drift, Vol. XXXIII

Security Concerns of British Citizens are some of the lowest in the World, Says 2019 Unisys Security Index™

[ad_1] Concerns over National Security in the U.K. have decreased despite international unrest and recent global terror attacks New research shows U.K. security concerns are some of the lowest of the 13 countries surveyed and have actually decreased since last year’s Security Index U.K. consumers did register new concerns on security relating to the summer events season and privacy of smart devices LONDON, June 12, 2019 – Brits are maintaining… Read More »Security Concerns of British Citizens are some of the lowest in the World, Says 2019 Unisys Security Index™

Hit the Slides! Program updates around the Navy: The Drift, Vol. XXXII

[ad_1] Navigation Brief ALEXANDRIA – Well, we’re there, Drifters. I’ve been looking forward to a couple weeks of vacation for months now. I’m at the tail end of a particularly hectic six months of my life and I’m ready to recharge. And this email is one of the last things I must do, so let’s get right to it. This week I’m rolling out my Hit the Slides! feature where… Read More »Hit the Slides! Program updates around the Navy: The Drift, Vol. XXXII

SMi Group announce nine key reasons to attend Global MilSatCom 2019

[ad_1] SMi reports: Global MilSatCom remains a key diary date for anyone within the military space domain. The 21st annual Global MilSatCom conference and exhibition will return to London on the 5th, 6th and 7th November 2019, alongside a Small Satellites and Disruptive Technology focus day on the 4th November. Attending this year will provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of how allied partners are working to maintain and sustain… Read More »SMi Group announce nine key reasons to attend Global MilSatCom 2019

Israel’s largest defense company moves slowly toward IPO

[ad_1] LE BOURGET, France — The largest defense company in Israel is working toward an initial public offering, but “for the time being, the state of Israel comes before anything else,” said its CEO. Currently government-owned with only bonds trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, Israel Aerospace Industries reported $3.7 billion in revenue for 2018 — a 5 percent increase compared to the year before, but reflecting a net… Read More »Israel’s largest defense company moves slowly toward IPO

British Army, US Air Force and Navy Command Headquarters to present at the Defence Safety Conference

[ad_1] SMi Reports: Three senior leaders to join the Defence Safety line-up in London this October The second annual Defence Safety conference, returning to London on 7th – 8th October, will feature briefings from across the air, land and maritime domain, as well as from defence leaders, to industry, to policy makers. The conference will also identify good practice to be learned from and inform the views of those who… Read More »British Army, US Air Force and Navy Command Headquarters to present at the Defence Safety Conference

US Senate passes its defense policy bill 86-8, setting up fight with House

[ad_1] WASHINGTON — Senators on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a $750 billion defense authorization bill for next year despite concerns from congressional Democrats over the size spending totals, an expansion of the U.S. nuclear arsenal and a lack of a check on President Donald Trump’s war powers. The 86-8 vote all but erased a week of uncertainty surrounding the must-pass budget policy measure, which has passed Congress for more than five… Read More »US Senate passes its defense policy bill 86-8, setting up fight with House