GreenShield device prevents friendly fire incidents
A team of Canadian special forces who visited Israel last year was briefed about the Israeli developed system designed to void friendly fire. Israeli company Safe Shoot that developed the Green Shield system would only acknowledge that the system has been presented to the Canadian Armed Forces.
L3Harris delivers two F/A-18 Hornet aircraft to NASA
L3Harris Technologies recently delivered two F/A-18 Hornet aircraft to NASA after successfully completing depot-level modifications and repair work.
Airbus reveals the future of air power
Airbus has revealed its formerly-classified stealth project that has been under development for nearly two decades. The project has been funded by the German Defence Ministry, which believes Low Observable Unmanned Aerial Vehicles such as this will be integral to air power in the near future.
First RCAF C295 shows off final livery
Purchased by the Government of Canada for the RCAF fixed-wing search and rescue aircraft replacement program, the new aircraft showed off its final livery today. The bright yellow paint scheme provides high visibility for those in the air and on the ground.
Airbus Helicopters Foundation supports rescue efforts in Chile
An H125 rotorcraft has joined rescue activity in Northern Chile’s Atacama Desert region.
Trudeau pressed about exports to Saudi Arabia
The Prime Minister is being pressed to release the results of a review of arms exports to Saudi Arabia, specifically Light Armoured Vehicles manufactured by General Dynamics Land Systems Canada in London, Ontario.
Seaspan welcomes John Turner as VP Govt Relations
John Turner will join Seaspan Shipyards as Vice President, Government Relations on 19 August 2019.
History of Type 26 Global Combat Ship Procurement
A look at the long journey of the Type 26 being chosen as Canada's new Surface Combatant design for the Royal Canadian Navy.
Carleton prof to create Security and Defence network
Carleton University Professor Stephen Saideman has received a $2.5 million Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to create an inclusive and innovative defence and security community.
New contracts awarded for maintenance of frigates
The Government of Canada has awarded contracts to Chantier Davie and Seaspan Victoria Shipyards Limited (initially totalling $1 billion) to carry out maintenance work on the first group of Canada’s Halifax-class frigates. A similar contract with Irving Shipbuilding Inc. is currently being finalized.