New Zealand Defence Force Adopt CQC RAPTOR 2+ CBRN Protective Ensemble

May 2016

CQC UK Ltd, manufacturer of the award winning Osprey body armour system has received a contract to supply the New Zealand Defence Force with an undisclosed quantity of their latest RAPTOR 2+ CBRN Medium Protective Ensembles. New Zealand being the third of the “Five Eyes” to adopt garments within CQC’s CBRN Protective Equipment range.

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Rapidly–installed mobile bridge manufacturer receives UK MoD contract

Apr 2016

WFEL - manufacturer of rapidly-installed, mobile military bridges - has been awarded an initial contract by the UK MoD to undertake an Assessment Phase Programme, as part of the review to sustain the Heavy Forces Close Support Bridge (CSB) and General Support Bridge (GSB) capability, currently being provided by the BR90 system, to support UK forces out to 2040. A primary objective of this programme is to provide the Heavy Forces with an MLC 100 (Tracked) capability in order to support unrestricted crossing by UK Heavy Forces by 2022.

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Avon Protection to continue to supply the US-DOD with $42mil order of CBRN respiratory protection

March 2016

Avon Protection has received an order for 166,623 M50 respiratory protection mask systems from the US Department of Defense (DOD).

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WFEL WINS $109m BRIDGING contract with Australian Defence Force

Jan 2016

Tactical military bridge manufacturer WFEL, has secured contracts worth $109m with the Australian Defence Forces in a boost to the UK defence sector.

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AGI Electronic Information Displays pass major QE class test milestone

Dec 2015

In 2013 AGI supplied the Aircraft Carrier Alliance with twelve Electronic Information Displays (EIDs) as part of the Visual Landing Aid (VLA) system contract for the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers (HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales). 

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CANADA FITS DECOYS TO FLEET

Nov 2015

The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) Halifa-class frigate HMCS Winnipeg, visited DSEi 2015 on London recently, sporting a new radio frequency (RF) ‘soft kill’ device in the shape of Airborne Systems’ FDS3 passive RF floating decoy.

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