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NATO moves from Cold War bunker to glass and steel palace



With its futuristic curved roof, gleaming walls of glass and steel and host of eco-friendly features, NATO’s new billion-euro Brussels headquarters is a world away from the drab, low-slung warren of offices reeking of Cold War intrigue that it replaces. 501 more words

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NATO moves from Cold War bunker to glass and steel palace



With its futuristic curved roof, gleaming walls of glass and steel and host of eco-friendly features, NATO’s new billion-euro Brussels headquarters is a world away from the drab, low-slung warren of offices reeking of Cold War intrigue that it replaces. 501 more words

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NATO moves from Cold War bunker to glass and steel palace



With its futuristic curved roof, gleaming walls of glass and steel and host of eco-friendly features, NATO’s new billion-euro Brussels headquarters is a world away from the drab, low-slung warren of offices reeking of Cold War intrigue that it replaces. 501 more words

Defense Industry

NATO moves from Cold War bunker to glass and steel palace



With its futuristic curved roof, gleaming walls of glass and steel and host of eco-friendly features, NATO’s new billion-euro Brussels headquarters is a world away from the drab, low-slung warren of offices reeking of Cold War intrigue that it replaces. 501 more words

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America's F-35s, F-15s and F/A-18s Will Soon Have a New Bomb to Drop



Raytheon has completed developmental testing of the 250-pound GBU-53B Small Diameter Bomb II.


The new glide bomb, which incorporates a tri-modal seeker, will now have to complete government “confidence testing” before it enters into its operational test phase before being fielded onboard the Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle and the Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet and Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. 437 more words

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US Army stops accepting AH-64E helos from Boeing due to safety concerns


The U.S. Army has stopped taking deliveries of AH-64E Apache attack helicopters from Boeing because the service is not confident in the durability of what it deems a “critical safety” item, Defense News has learned. 744 more words

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Indian Army to Cut Down Purchase of Expensive Weapons Due to Shortage of Funds

The Indian Army has listed out ammunition and spares of vintage weapons which it cannot buy due to the shortage of funds. According to media reports, the existing stock of ammunition is not enough to last for even 10 days. 325 more words

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