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The UK will assess the number of Challenger 2 tanks being upgraded to the Challenger 3 variant in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The British Army is modernising its Challenger 2 fleet, with 148 vehicles due to be upgraded to the Challenger 3 specification, and due to begin entering service in 2027. According to GlobalData’s Challenger 2 project entry, the UK placed orders for 127 Challenger 2 tanks in 1991 and an additional 259 in 1994. British Army AS90The AS90 self-propelled gun is a staple of the British Army, having been in service since 1992 and seeing active service in the 2003 Iraq war. The AS90 self-propelled gun has been a mainstay of the British Army for decades, and due to be replaced in the coming years.12 days ago Army Technology
In Australia, where the disease has been spreading since 2012 and now affects a quarter of the cattle, theileria costs the beef industry an estimated $19.6 million a year in reduced milk and meat yields, according to a 2021 paper. In statements to MIT Technology Review, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, one of the largest cattle lobbying groups, said that occurrences of the disease remain rare in the United States. That contradicts the experience of McCall, the Granos’ veterinarian, who in 2020 encountered theileria in 40 of the Virginia farms she serves. Denise Bonilla, the cattle fever tick program coordinator at the USDA, says the agency doesn’t have the funds to set up a framework around this specific issue. Meanwhile the Asian longhorned tick continues to proliferate.2 months ago MIT Technology Review
But North Korean leader Kim Jong Un did just that with a surprise guest at the test-launch: his little-known daughter. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un pictured with his daughter as he inspects a new intercontinental ballistic missile at Pyongyang International Airport. Kim Jong Un walking with his daughter as he inspects new intercontinental ballistic missile "Hwasong Gun 17" ahead of its launch. Propaganda images of Kim Jong Un’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung, who founded North Korea, frequently depict him alongside children. Yet Kim Jong Un rarely makes reference to his own family.2 months ago TODAY
SEOUL :South Korean and Saudi Arabian leaders pledged stronger ties on Thursday in the fields of energy, defence industry and building projects, as the oil-rich kingdom signed investment agreements worth US$30 billion with South Korean companies. "In particular, he said he would like to drastically strengthen cooperation with South Korea in the areas of defence industry, infrastructure and construction," Yoon's office said. Saudi-based Asharq TV quoted the kingdom's investment minister as saying deals signed on Thursday were worth US$30 billion. "The (South Korean) government will actively support the successful implementation of cooperative projects which apply Korea's state-of-the-art architecture ... in NEOM," said South Korea's trade minister, Lee Chang-yang. Shares in Lotte Fine Chemical, which signed an agreement for chemical industry cooperation with the Saudi Ministry of Investment, rose 2.1per cent.2 months ago TODAY
UIWANG, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea :Unionised truckers in South Korea kicked off their second major strike in less than six months on Thursday, threatening to disrupt manufacturing and fuel supplies for industries from autos to petrochemicals in the world's 10th-largest economy. In June, an eight-day strike by truckers delayed cargo shipments across Asia's fourth-largest economy, costing more than US$1.2 billion in lost output and unmet deliveries. Lead organiser the Cargo Truckers Solidarity Union (CTSU) has warned the strike could stop oil supplies at major refineries and transport at major ports and industrial plants. "We have no choice but to stop all logistics in Korea," said Lee Bong-ju, head of the union, on Thursday. The Korea Oil Station Association is asking gas station owners to secure enough inventory ahead of the strike, an association official said earlier.2 months ago TODAY
This combination of photos provided by the North Korean government, shows what they say military operation held during Nov. 2-5, 2022, in North Korea. Independent journalists were not given access to cover the event depicted in this image distributed by the North Korean government. This could mean a simulation of electromagnetic pulse attacks, but some observers doubt whether North Korea has mastered key technologies to obtain such an attack capability. Russian officials said last week that they restarted train services with North Korea following more than 2 ½ years of suspension caused by the pandemic. In September, North Korea restarted its freight train service with China, its biggest trading partner, ending a five-month hiatus.2 months ago Manufacturing Business Technology
Malaysia’s defence modernisation plans match the heightened expectations of the Indo-PacificA positive upturn for Malaysian defence spending has come through parliament over the last few years, with a sizeable jump of 8.4% annual growth for 2023. Malaysia’s total defence budget ($ billion) and growth rate (%), 2018-27. Sharma noted that South Korea has developed a robust export-oriented defence industrial complex, which not only meets domestic defence requirements but also caters to the global defence equipment market, including customers across the Indo-Pacific. A backdrop of rising defence spending in the Indo-PacificThe refocus on the defence sector for both Malaysia and Korea comes amid predictions of military defence increase for host of other nations in the Indo-Pacific. Operations by China’s military forces have motivated its neighbours around the Indo-Pacific to increase the budget for their own defence.22 days ago Air Force Technology