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Mortar systems: Challenges in a new battlespace

Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 7/23/2014


Mortar systems: Challenges in a new battlespace - Richard de Silva

A new dawn for mortar systems has arrived. While lessons and upgrades have been harnessed from Afghanistan, tomorrow’s conflicts may present an entirely different environment with a number of emerging obstacles. This graphic outlines a number of these challenges... Full Article »

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CornerShot inventor talks

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Posted: 7/26/2012


CornerShot inventor talks -

Lt Col Amos Golan is the inventor of Israeli-made CornerShot rifle currently taking the world by storm as it allows for users to fire accurately from behind cover. Defence IQ’s Richard de Silva caught up with him at Eurosatory 2012 to get his views on this revered technology, how it is being purchased by international forces and authorities, and the development of Gilboa’s next invention – the rifle that fires two bullets at once; the first to pierce armour, and the second to neutralise. Full Video »

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Spanish Artillery Training: structure, history and development

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Posted: 2/24/2014


Spanish Artillery Training: structure, history and development -

This year, the Spanish Artillery School of Segovia turns 250 years old. As we discover from this podcast discussion with the head of the facility, Commander Alfredo Sanz, in order to progress into the future of this field, we must remember the principles learnt from our past. Sanz walks us through the evolution of artillery, the structure of modern artillery in the Spanish Army, and the future priorities from precision to command and control. Full Podcast »

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An Overview of the Mortar Systems Market

Posted: 7/16/2014

An Overview of the Mortar Systems Market

The most commonly operated towed or hand-held indirect fire mortar calibres are 60mm, 81mm and 120mm, but others, such as 82mm and 107mm are also in use. There are over 100,000 towed/hand-held and self-propelled (SP) mortars in use worldwide. Of these, around 5,000 are SP systems. Asia-Pacific countries hold 34% of the world’s towed/hand-held mortars, while Europe has 17% and Russia & the CIS countries operate 16% (Russia 14% on its own). Europe dominates in SP mortars, with 67% of the world total. Full Sector Report »

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