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Future Indirect Fires 2019 Event Guide

IDGA's 2nd Annual Future Indirect Fires Summit, taking place September 24-26 in Lawton, OK will provide a platform for industry and military to come together to network, learn and discuss the U.S. Army's top priorities and progress, the fiscal year 2019 fires budget, how the latest ...

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Presentations

Trend And Future Artillery Capability: Perspectives From Korea

New global threat assessments Korean Peninsula Military StatusPrioritization of Crew ProtectionNeed for Higher interoperability between Coalition forcesConsideration needs for Economical solution to the Military readinessRichard Cho, Vice President, Hanwha Defense InternationalJason Park, Business Development Manager, Hanwha Defense International

Future Operational Environment Through 2030

Key JudgementsWide Spectrum of Threats, Challenges, & ContingenciesStrategic Trends in WarfareChanging Character of WarSignature Reduction and ModificationFire Support Systems ComparisonPresentation by Dwayne Hynes, Political Analyst and Acquisition-Intelligence Staff Officer, G-2 US Army

Reports & Infographics

A Look at the New Technologies Maximizing the U.S. Army's Fires Capabilities

We took a look at the new technologies that are increasing the U.S. Army's fires capabilities. The Army is currently investing in many new solutions to increase lethality, accuracy and mobility. The 2019 Army ammunition budget allocates more than $376 million toward the purchase of high-explosive and Excalibur rounds, which...

Global Air Defense Requirements Map

The increased presence of non-state actors in the air has highlighted the need for allied nations to develop their own capabilities such as BMD, MEADS and SHORAD to protect their national air space. Download this map to get an overview of air defense requirements from across the world.

2018 - 2019 Key Artillery Programs & Requirements Global Market Report

Download this curated collection of key artillery programs and requirements from across the globe. Also includes a comprehensive list of global artillery inventory and market size forecasts. 

When Military Meets Industry: The Future of Joint Fires

What is the future of joint fires and how are private companies shaping it? Find out in this whitepaper that provides game-changing perspectives on the future of joint fires from:AM GENERAL JUNGHANS DEFENCE ESG SAFRAN NAMMO RAYTHEON

Everything You Need to Know About the $13 Billion Increase in the Army's Budget for FY19

Ahead of the summit, we took a look at the U.S. Army's FY19 budget request. The budget reflects a major funding boost compared to recent years and seeks to enhance readiness recovery and fill capability gaps. This infographic is a summary of the FY19 updates made to indirect fire weapons...

The Future of Artillery Systems

The global artillery market, from present day to 2025, is expected to increase by approximately 40% to $5.2 billion. Understandably so, given that over the last decade, artillery has re-established itself as an indispensable tactical instrument, vital for both self-defence and expeditionary warfare. This infographic shares a perspective on changes...

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The Army's Top 3 Strategic Priorities for Long-Range Precision Fires

In November of 2017, the U.S. Army released Directive 2017-33 which established the creation of the Army Futures Command Task Force and outlined six top modernization priorities. At the top of the list? Long Range Precision Fires (LRPF). Dubbed “the king of battle,” the LRPF family of technologies is expected...

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