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Singapore Gets Into The WiG Game

Singapore firm Wigetworks has developed a new wing-in-ground (WiG) effect aircraft that features a unique wing ...

ZAHA Vehicle Bolsters Turkey's Amphibious Capabilities

Turkish defense firm FNSS is designing an amphibious assault vehicle to equip the Turkish navy's new Anadolu-class ...

Tarlac Amphib Proves Value During Marawi Battle

The Philippine navy has acquired a pair of amphibious warships from Indonesia. The Tarlac-class ships, based on ...