Elbit Systems Elbit Systems wins European electronic warfare deal

The $17 million contract for advanced ground-based Electronic Warfare (EW) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) systems will be performed over two years.

Arrow 3 photo: Amir Cohen, Reuters US Senate approves $500m for Israel's missile defense program

The amount is in accordance with the MOU between the US and Israel governing military aid for ten years from 2019.

Heron TP-XP UAV Photo: PR Bundestag approves €1b Israeli UAV deal for German army

The Bundeswehr is leasing drone aircraft from Israel Aerospace Industries capable of carrying weapons payloads.

Angela Merkel and Benjamin Netanyahu Photo: ASAP Creative Shutterstock Germany to approve €1b deal to lease Israeli UAVs

The IAI-made UAVs are likely to carry munitions and carry out attacks in the German army's theaters of operations in Mali and Pakistan.

Tactical radar Photo: PR Israel Aerospace unveils 3D tactical radar system

The radars will be integrated into the joint airspace surveillance system of a european customer by the end of 2019.

Steadicopter Photo: HJM 40% rise in Israeli defense cos exhibiting at Eurosatory

"Globes" looks at some of the military developments and applications of the record 52 defense companies that will be on show in the Israeli pavilion in Paris.

IDF ICT campus Africa Israel, Shikun & Binui win IDF ICT campus tender

The two companies overcame Minrav and Electra Real Estate in the tender for the Beersheva communications campus.

IAI Elta IAI wins $150m European SIGINT, EW deal

Israel Aerospace's ELTA Systems has been awarded a contract for the modernization and upgrade of a national level ground based SIGINT and EW system for a European customer.

IAI logo IAI unveils robot border protection system

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has developed a hybrid ground and air robotic system for border patrol, reconnaissance and surveillance defense system, which combines land and aerial capabilities.

Avigdor Liberman  photo: Shutterstock, ASAP Creative Liberman: Defense cuts are harming security

Two years into the job, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman assesses Israel's security position, and explains why he wants more money.

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