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DRS Technologies signs 217 million dollars contract for the supply of rugged computing systems to the US Army
DRS Technologies, Inc., a Finmeccanica Company, announced that it signed a 217 million dollars contract with the U.S. Army to produce thousands of rugged computing systems which include Joint Platform Tablet military rugged tablet (MRT) computers, keyboards, docking stations, interface cables and base plates in support of their Movement Tracking System (MTS).
Finmeccanica Press Release


India launches tender for 37 combat, cargo helicopters

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has announced a number of tenders for the purchase of 22 combat and 15 heavy-lift helicopters from U.S., European and Russian producers, an Indian daily reported on Wednesday.

RIA Novosti

Japan to Drop Arms Export Ban

Japan will drop its blanket ban on arms exports in a potentially far-reaching move that should result in the country finally beginning to integrate itself with the military industries of Western democracies.

Aviation Week

Russian arms exports to grow by up to $800 mln in 2009

Russian arms exports are expected to increase by $700-$800 mln in 2009 despite the global credit crunch, state arms exporter Rosoboronexport said on Wednesday.

RIA Novosti

Type 45s could be used for Olympics

HMS Daring or another Type 45 Destroyer could be used to help safeguard the 2012 Olympics from 9/11 style attacks.

Defence Management

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