Written by Reuters , Wednesday, 04 December 2013
Written by Staff Writer , Wednesday, 04 December 2013
Written by Kim Helfrich , Wednesday, 27 November 2013
Written by Dean Wingrin , Tuesday, 26 November 2013
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- France to allow armed security guards on its ships
- Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea not given the attention it deserves
- Pirate attacks in West Africa could double next year
- European Union delivers vehicles and training to Somaliland Coast Guard
- Two Americans kidnapped from ship off Nigeria released
- Tanker hijackings raise piracy concerns in seas around Singapore
- Nato warship catches nine pirates
- Pirate money promotes global criminal activity
- New African Military Profile: Seychelles
- Seychelles People’s Defence Forces
Pirate attacks in West Africa to double in 2014
by ParamountGroup, 27 November 2013
Paramount Naval Systems is developing a fleet of multi-role patrol vessels to prevent illegal activity and protect assets and territory.
Poynting presents collapsible LPDA tech
by Poynting Antennas, 26 November 2013
Poynting's wire LPDA design, compared to common rigid constructions, makes compact storage and extremely quick deployment possible.
Thales launches Eiji1, suite of secure mobile telecommunications services for professionals
by Thales, 22 November 2013
The mobile telecommunications suite is designed to provide secure, resilient communications for public and private security missions.