Israel signs for ThyssenKrupp submarines Photo: Ariel Hermoni, Defense Ministry Israel signs €3b ThyssenKrupp submarine deal

The German government will finance 20% of the cost, much lower than its previous subsidies.

Israel Navy submarine  credit: IDF spekesperson Is a wind of change blowing from Berlin to Jerusalem?

The terms of the latest submarines deal appear to indicate a weaker commitment to Israel's security by the new German government.

Arrow missile firing / Photo: Ministry of Defense press office Israel conducts successful Arrow 3 flight test

The Arrow 3 weapons system intercepts ballistic missiles outside of the earth’s atmosphere.

Benny Gantz  credit: Marc Israel Sellem, Jerusalem Post Israel to buy German submarines despite cost doubling

The order for three new submarines is due to be signed Wednesday, even as Defense Minister Benny Gantz pushes for an official graft inquiry into the deal.

Eyal Harel  credit: Eyal Izhar "Our upcoming laser system will change the Gaza front"

In a first interview, IDF head of planning Brigadier General Eyal Harel explains what Israel's future army will look like.

Rafael exhibition stand  credit: Rafael Israel's defense brain drain

State-owned defense companies IAI and Rafael are losing out to the likes of Intel and Apple in the struggle to retain top technology talent.

Elbit Hermes 900 Starliner Photo: Elbit Systems / Photo: Elbit Systems Elbit Systems wins Brazilian Hermes follow-on order

The Israeli defense electronics company's Brazilian unit will supply the Unmanned Aerial Systems over 16 months.

Bezhalel Machlis  / Photo: Elbit Systems PR, PR Elbit Systems wins $53m UAE deal

The Israeli defense electronics company has won a contract to supply direct infrared countermeasures and airborne electronic warfare self-protection systems.

Boeing KC 46 Refueling Aircraft Photo: Boeing Israel procures 12 helicopters, 2 refueling aircraft

The $3.1 billion for the 12 Lockheed Martin-Sikorsky helicopters and two Boeing KC-46 refueling aircraft.

NSO What will NSO do without its flagship product?

The Israeli company is considering shelving Pegasus, the cyberattack product that brought it a bad name. Can it reinvent itself, as similar companies have in the past?

Boaz Levy and UAE Crown Prince Mohammed ibn Zayed Dubai Airshow: Huge interest in Israeli defense systems

After the disappointment of Iron Dome losing out to Korea on the UAE's missile defense deal, the Dubai Airshow has left Israeli defense firms cautiously optimistic.

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