SKELDAR V-200

SKELDAR V-200 is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle developed by a joint-venture between SAAB and UMS. With an unmatched monitor for all the time and real-time, the SKELDAR V-200 is ready for maritime operations. While it is an open interface to both BMS and C41SR systems, it also compliant to the 4865 STANAG. As a result,…

Gripen C/D

Developed by SAAB, the Gripen is the first multi-role fighter in the new generation that is currently in operation. The Gripen is able to perform a wide range of air-to-air, air-to-surface, and reconnaissance missions by utilizing the latest technology available and latest weapons.   While Gripen meets the strict requirements for flight safety, reliability, training efficiency,…

Langkawi Island

Located in the Andaman Sea, is a group of 104 islands, formally called Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah, or Langkawi Permata Kedah in the Malay language. Being part of the Kedah State, Langkawi is also located next to the border between Malaysia and Thailand. Langkawi had its name changed again to Langkawi Permata Kedah on…

F 35 Jet

As an all-rounder aerospace solutions provider company, BAE Systems lends its forte in the development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of military aircraft to the F-35 programme, known to be the largest defence programme worldwide by forming a partnership with Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman. The F-35 programme was first created by the United States of…

Harrier

Originally made by Hawker Siddeley in the 1960s, one of the aircraft manufacturers in the United Kingdom, Harrier, or informally known as Harrier Jump Jet, is a range of attack aircraft that is powered by jet and capable of vertical/short take-off and landing operations (V/STOL). This first generation version is also known as the AV-8A…

BAE Taranis drone

Also known as Raptor, BAE Systems Taranis is a demonstrator programme initiated by the British for unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) technology, and BAE Systems Military Air & Information was mainly responsible for the development of this aircraft. Named after Taranis, in the God of Thunder in Celtic Folklore, the Taranis programme cost to the…

Tornado GR4

Developed through a joint-venture between 3 countries including the United Kingdom, Italy and West Germany, Tornado, the origin of Tornado GR4, was a family of multi-role combat aircraft with twin-engine and variable-sweep wing. Primarily, there are 3 variants of the Tornado and they are known as Tornado Interdictor/Strike (IDS) fighter bomber, Tornado Electronic Combat/Reconnaissance (ECR)…

Scorpène Submarine

Developed together by the French Direction des Constructions Navales (DCN), Navantia, a Spanish company and DCNS, a French industrial company whose expertise lies in naval defence and energy, a Scorpène- submarine is a type of submarine that runs on diesel propulsion and AIP, additional air-independent propulsion. To upgrade two Oberon-class submarines that are no longer…

SAAB IRIS-T

To achieve superior air-to-air supremacy, control is crucial in an aerial combat situation. Undertaken as an international industrial project by six countries including Germany, Greece, Norway, Spain, Italy and Sweden, SAAB Infra-Red Imaging System Tail / Thrust Vector-Controlled (IRIS-T) is a short-range and highly manoeuvrable air missile for all types of aerial combats. From advanced…

Carl Gustaf M4

Carl Gustaf M4, a portable weapon with multi-functions, provides tactical flexibility by having the ability to use different types of ammunitions. To deal with a wide variety of challenges found on the battlefield, Carl-Gustaf, which the weapon was named after, has supported the use of dismounted infantry since 1948. The new Carl Gustaf M4 marks…