Israeli Merkava tanks and armour wait in a holding area near to the Israeli-Lebanon border as forces move deeper into Lebanon to root out Hezbollah militants carrying out rocket attacks on Israel on July 30, 2006, at a forward base near the northerly town Kiryat Shemona, Israel.

Israeli Defense Industry Targets Polish Market

Poland’s ambitious programme to modernise its armed forces is one of the biggest in Europe, and with billions of dollars likely to be spent over the coming years it is attracting major players in the industry.

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U.S. Transfers Missile Defense System to Israel’s Air Force

TEL AVIV – Israel’s Defense Ministry together with the U.S. Missile Defense Agency began handing over control of the David’s Sling air defense system to the Israel Air Force on Tuesday, the Jerusalem Post reported. Following a series of successful trials completed

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Elbit Systems Reveals Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel

HAIFA, Israel (UPI) – Elbit Systems has unveiled Seagull, its new highly autonomous, multi-mission unmanned surface vehicle system for maritime warfare. Seagull, a 12-meter vehicle with replaceable mission modules, can be controlled by operators on a manned ship or from the

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Israel Aims for Sale of Uzi Submachine Gun Maker IMI

Israel aims to sell Uzi submachine gun maker Israel Military Industries (IMI) in the next few weeks, with defence contractor Elbit Systems seen as the likeliest buyer, according to the head of the country’s state ownership agency. “We hope to

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Mystery Deepens in Death of US Contractor in Saudi Arabia

Moments before he reportedly died in his Saudi Arabian hotel under suspicious circumstances, American defense contractor Christopher Cramer texted, “I’m at the Marakim [sic] Tabuk Hotel in Saudi. I think something bad is going to happen to me tonight. Please contact state ddept [sic] ASAP. Bad things were said.”