April 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p61
The article offers news briefs related to defence worldwide. The Mine Countermeasures Reconnaissance Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (Recce) of the Royal Navy have entered service with the Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Unit. Norwegian Defence Procurement Division (NDPD) has signed contract with ThalesRaytheonSystems for the development of XO-mail secure communication system. Australian Government has been approved for a major project to provide naval combat helicopter of the Australian Defence Force.


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