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Tag: Procurement – Defence’s short, medium and long-term procurement requirements

A farewell to the Leopard 1 Main Battle Tank

– Gatineau, Quebec — Royal Canadian Armour Corps (RCAC) members who had the privilege of working with Leopard 1 Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) are saying farewell to the venerable workhorses.

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First piece of steel cut for the future HMCS Max Bernays

– These vessels will provide armed, sea-borne surveillance of Canadian waters, including in the Arctic.

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Trials begin for the world’s smallest operational military aircraft

– The aircraft has a range of over a kilometer with video and night-vision capabilities.

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Landlubber gets sea legs during Cyclone flight trials

– Sikorsky and the NRC will be analyzing the data to assist in establishing the “safe at sea” operating parameters of the new Cyclone helicopter.

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RCN on track to acquire Unmanned Aircraft Systems

– Over the last decade, the Royal Canadian Navy has maintained its course in investigating and developing a robust Unmanned Aircraft System programme.

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CATS contract marks milestone for defence procurement

– CATS was one of the first to apply the Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+) analytical tool, which facilitates the assessment of policies, programs, initiatives and services with regard to their potential impact on diverse groups.

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Final mega-block rollout for the future HMCS Harry DeWolf

– With construction moving towards its final steps, the ship is expected to launch in Summer 2018.

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New Halifax class diesel generators pass shock qualification testing

– The MWM Diesel Generator Replacement Project achieved a significant milestone

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iBLOS paints clearer picture for CAF and allies

– By Capt Maël Roy-Richard, DAEPM(R&CS 5-5-2) The interim Beyond-Line-of-Sight (iBLOS) capability, initially fielded in 2014 on several CP-140M aircraft when the Royal Canadian Air Force deployed for Operation IMPACT, was intended to deliver an immediate operational effect. Its fielding accelerated the implementation of a complex onboard satellite-based Beyond-Line-of-Sight (BLOS) capability that was to be delivered …

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Mega-blocks rollout for future HMCS Harry DeWolf

– The Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship project has moved the future HMCS Harry DeWolf‘s first two of three mega-blocks from inside the Halifax Shipyard’s Assembly and Ultra Hall facility to the exterior land level construction point.

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