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    Key Points Judge dismisses Orbital ATK’s lawsuit against DARPA over RSGS The ruling is significant as it states that the National Space Policy lacks force of law A US district court judge on 12 July dismissed Orbital ATK’s lawsuit against the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

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    Lawmakers in the US House of Representatives on 14 July voted 344 to 81 in favour of the fiscal year 2018 (FY 2018) national defence authorisation bill. The authorisation bill must next be reconciled with its counterpart in the Senate before it can be enacted by the president. The measure would, if

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    The US Army has awarded a new production contract for Lockheed Martin’s Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS) rockets. The USD471 million Lot 12 contract, announced on 12 July, includes GMLRS Alternative Warhead rockets, GMLRS Unitary rockets, Reduced-Range Practice Rockets, and

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    Key Points The USAF released its final RFP for its Huey replacement programme The final RFP is the last step prior to a winner being selected The US Air Force (USAF) on 13 July issued its final request for proposal (RFP) for its UH-1N Huey replacement programme. The RFP is for a full-and-open

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    Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) delivered to US Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman the first centre fuselage of the first F-35A Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Turkey expects to receive in 2018, the Turkish Defence Industries Undersecretariat (SSM) announced in a statement on 12 July. TAI has

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    Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos announced that a multipurpose vessel the country is constructing for Honduras will be delivered on 6 November. The statement was made at a 12 July meeting with Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez, during which the two leaders visited the platform,

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    The Chilean Navy's commander in chief, Vice Admiral Julio Leiva Molina, confirmed earlier this month, during Chile's submarine centennial celebrations, that the two German-built Thomson (Type 209/1400) class diesel-electric submarines currently operated by the service will undergo a final

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    Germany's Federal Office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw) has awarded Rheinmetall-Krauss-Maffei Wegmann (KMW) consortium's Projekt System & Management (PSM) contracts worth EUR370 million (USD422 million) to upgrade the German Army's new Puma

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    Key Points Lawmakers are suggesting the Pentagon explore options for fielding its own ground-launched intermediate-range missiles The White House has objected to such provisions, calling one version "unhelpful" US lawmakers are considering options to address Russia's reported fielding

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    Turkey’s Anka medium-altitude long-endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) conducted its first strike early on 12 July in the Bingöl district in eastern Anatolia, killing five members of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), the Turkish Ministry of Defence announced on its

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    The Israeli ministry of defense (MoD) announced on 9 July its intention to acquire equipment worth NIS1.5 billion (USD424 million) for four German-made Saar 6-class corvettes. The ships are being built by ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems and German Naval Yards Holdings, and are scheduled to arrive from

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    The Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) scrambled fighter aircraft on 13 July after six Chinese Xian H-6 strategic bombers were spotted flying through the Miyako Strait between the southern Japanese islands of Okinawa and Miyako in the East China Sea, according to the Ministry of Defense (MoD) in

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    The Australian government has announced the second tranche of investments to be made through its Defence Innovation Hub in an effort to support the progression of indigenous technologies through to operational capabilities. Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne said in a 14 July statement

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    Phase 3 Enhancement (P3E) of Typhoon moved forward with the first live firing of MBDA's Brimstone air-to-surface missile from the UK’s Instrumented Production Aircraft Six (IPA 6). MBDA on 14 July announced the successful firing, the first of nine designed to expand launch and range

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    The offices of Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) have been raided as part of an inquiry led by the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office into alleged misconduct in defence programmes. As part of the investigation, the prosecutors' office said it had conducted raids on KAI premises on 14 July.

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    Indonesian shipbuilder PT PAL is seeking approval from the government to export naval vessels to countries in West Africa, the president of the shipyard, Budiman Saleh, stated on 14 July. In comments to the state-owned Antara news agency, Saleh said African interest in PT PAL products was

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    The Auswärtige Amt, Germany's foreign office, informed members of the Bundestag's parliamentary defence committee on 14 July that Turkish officials have refused, without explanation, to grant permission for their scheduled visit to Konya Air Base on 17 July. In turn, Germany has officially

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    As Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan marked the failed coup in Turkey on its first anniversary on 15 July, a new decree was published dismissing 7,395 more people, including 546 military personnel from the land, air, and naval forces commands, while 342 retired military personnel were stripped

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    South Korea will begin construction of a new dedicated training ship for the Republic of Korea Navy (RoKN) in August after an agreement was reached on the vessel’s final design, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) in Seoul said a 17 July statement. Referred to by the MND as the ATX, the

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    South Korea will start mass production in 2018 of a recently developed radar capable of detecting and tracking small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) amid growing tensions with North Korea. The localised air defence radar, which was under development since 2011, will be deployed with army troops and

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