A nearly completed prototype of Korea's first indigenous fighter jet was unveiled to the media in Sacheon, South Gyeongsang on Wednesday ahead of its official rollout in April.
Defense manufacturer LIG-Nex1 revealed its wearable robot LEXO as part of the company's exhibit of military hardware for export in Abu Dhabi at this year's International Defense Exhibition and Conference (IDEX) from Feb. 21 through Feb. 25.
The missile defense capabilities of the United States are “clearly focused” on deterring very real nuclear threats from North Korea right now, said the U.S. military’s No. 2 general.
The South Korean military approved a 2-trillion-won ($1.8 billion) plan to construct a light aircraft carrier for the Navy by 2033, Korea’s arms procurement agency announced Monday.
Chung Eui-yong, the South Korean foreign minister nominee, said that he believes North Korea is willing to denuclearize in his parliamentary confirmation hearing Friday, while the Pentagon says it has assessed otherwise.
Korea’s Ministry of National Defense on Wednesday brushed off protests lodged by Japan against its new defense white paper, calling Tokyo’s complaints unjust and unacceptable.
North Korea has expanded ballistic missile units and strengthened special forces with modernized equipment and exercises of attacking strategic targets, such as South Korea's presidential office, the Defense Ministry said Tuesday.
The AS-21 Redback, developed by Korean arms maker Hanwha Defense, will begin evaluation trials starting February to win a tender to build infantry fighting vehicles (IFV) for the Australian Army.
The Joe Biden administration plans to adopt a “new strategy” on North Korea, and will conduct a policy review closely consulting with U.S. allies such as South Korea and Japan, said the White House.
South Korea’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday said it was ready to hold military talks with North Korea on “any matter” for the sake of reducing tensions on the peninsula.