De Haviland has announced a new manufacturing complex to be built east of Calgary. Facility to have the ability to produce aircraft, spare parts, and train staff. Once completed in 2025 would employ 1500 staff. This in in addition to the 1000 staff already in calgary. Giving the company a...
Developing situation but reports of gunfire and air raid sirens on the Serbian-kosovo border. Road blocks have been set up by Serbia, and atleast one Serbian politician says they need "denazification" of kosovo....this could get ugly, and it smells like Kremlin influence
Recently it was announced that the CL-215 and 415 water bombers will be going back into production at a new facility in Calgary.
As part of there plan to retire the ISS after 2030, NASA plans to crash the ISS into the south pacific as a graceful retirement. Cause nothing could go wrong right?
Introducing "The Troop" a new platoon based strategy game taking placing during the Normandy campaign from the Canadian and British...
In a first of its kinda peer reviewed study DARPA and NASA reveal they may of proven that a alcubierre drive is possible? The down side? The theoretical energy released by folding space could rip a planet apart.
Big news quietly came out of the UK today as the UK defense secretary announced the intention to pull the British out of CFB Suffield.
This is an announcement that has major implications for the CAF in Alberta.
Swiss manufacturer Dufour looks to build a modern version of the CL-84 tilt rotor, and to potentially build in...
The USMC has rolled out a new annual rifle qualification, the 3 day event is designed to better prepare shooters for combat. Details below but includes engaging moving targets, targets while on the move, and distance shooting...
I thought our multiple variant situation was bad, but if this deal goes through Poland would operate the leopard 2 and the Abrams while retiring its T-72s and PT-91's.
US Air force is planning to consolidate its fighter force into 4 airframe. F15EX, F16, F35 and an unnamed next Gen air superiority aircraft will make up the future fleet.
Citing rising maintenance costs and difficulty to maintain the vehicles as the main reason the US Army will divest all...
For those of you who have read Advancing with a purpose. The outline for the army of 2025 and beyond, you may have noticed a project mentioned in the implementation section called the "Canadian modular assault rifle" project. My own research via the DWAN and internet hasn't turned up anything...
This could be a boom for us but how would the alliance divide the costs for operations