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DEFEXPO 2018 – Photo Highlights (Part I)

Following are our first photographic impressions from DEFEXPO 2018 that was held south of Chennai, in South India this week. Follow-up reports will highlight specific areas including combat aircraft and weapons, unmanned systems, armor and artillery.

Robots Join the Army Manned-Unmanned Hunter-Killer Teams

August 31, 2017 by · Comment
Filed under: Syndicated Industry News 
The event demonstrated collaboration of manned and unmanned vehicles conducting a combat mission. Among the unmanned assets included in the demonstration was an all terrain vehicle (ATV) modified with a landing plate on top, to operate a tethered multi rotor UAV and an aut0nomous mortar vehicle that provided direct and indirect fire support for the combat team, using the robots as fire observers, thus establishing a robotic 'hunter-killer' team.

SPEAR Mk-2 Mobile Mortar – Firepower for the Light Infantry

May 15, 2017 by · Comment
Filed under: Elbit Systems, Israel, Syndicated Industry News 
Elbit Systems unveiled the Spear Mk 2, a new version of the autonomous mortar system designed for Lightweight Combat Vehicles

Elbit Systems introduces enhanced light mobile mortar system

May 20, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: Elbit Systems, Syndicated Industry News 

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the 3rd International Fire Conference Photo Report

May 20, 2014 by · Comment
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Raytheon Buys Phalanx Systems from GD

Raytheon awarded a contract to General Dynamics for the Phalanx weapon system. This multi-barreled gun was developed to provide point defense of ships but has also been modified to protect U.S. bases in Iraq and Afghanistan from rockets and other indirect weapons. Forbes reports that GD will make the systems at their Saco, ME facility. The Counter Rocket and Mortar (C-RAM) system has proven effective in Iraq. www.Michaelyon-online.com has a video of the system in action.

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