[THE AUSTRALIAN] Huntsman howitzers action ready by 2023
Huntsman howitzers action ready by 2023
[EUROPEAN DEFENCE REVIEW] Unmanned Surveillance Vehicle set for full-scale development in South Korea
Unmanned Surveillance Vehicle set for full-scale development in South Korea
[DEFENCE CONNECT] Hanwha, Oshkosh sign partnership for US Army Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle
Hanwha, Oshkosh sign partnership for US Army Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle
[INSIDE DEFENSE] Oshkosh, Hanwha team up for OMFV bid
Oshkosh, Hanwha team up for OMFV bid
[Joint-Forces.com] First Test Shots Fired From Estonian K9 Kõu
This week Estonian Artillery Battalion instructor staff fired the first test shots from the new K9 Kõu (Thunder) on the central training area.
[JANES] South Korea selects localised version of M3 amphibious rig for RoKA
South Korea’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) has formally selected a localised version of the M3 amphibious rig to meet a Republic of Korea Army (RoKA) requirement for an amphibious bridge and ferry system. Official sources told Janes on 19 January that this M3 variant, which was proposed by Hanwha Defense in partnership with original equipment manufacturer (OEM) General Dynamics European Land Systems (GDELS), was chosen over the Otter Armoured Amphibious Assault Bridge (AAAB) system, which had been proposed by rival bidder Hyundai Rotem in co-operation with OEM FNSS Savunma Sistemleri, following a series of trials and evaluations conducted in the second half of 2020.
[Korea News Plus] Hanwha ships final prototype of “Redback” armored vehicle to Australia
Hanwha Defense said on Dec. 20 that the South Korean company had shipped its third and final prototype of “Redback” infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) to Australia to win a bid for a multi-billion-dollar project.
[Aju Business Daily] S. Korea's Hanwha group signs joint defense research agreement with US military
South Korea's Hanwha Group has sealed a meaningful agreement with the U.S. military to conduct joint research and development of defense equipment and technologies. Hanwha is the first Korean enterprise to enter into such an agreement with the US Army.
[Yonhap] Signed a contract to develop a robot capable of detecting and removing land mines and other explosives
Hanwha Defense signed a contract to develop a robot capable of detecting and removing land mines and other explosives with indigenous technology.
[Janes] Hanwha displays models of laser-based anti-aircraft weapon systems
Hanwha displayed models of three future laser-based weapon systems for the Republic of Korea Armed Forces at the DX Korea 2020 defence exhibition.