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Starting in 1986, the U.S. Naval Institute began to gather open-source information on every modern military weapon in use by the world's militaries. Researchers have worked steadily since then to keep up with the constant developments and changes in the universe of military weaponry.
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Track the World's Armed Forces and Weaponry
- Special Warfare
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World Terrorist Organization Database
All terrorist organizations listed by the U.S. State Department, includes:
- Stated Purpose
- External Aid
- Current Activities
- Group Chronology
- Interactive maps locates the groups by region
Up-to-date facts and figures on UN international peacekeeping missions
- Scope of the mission
- Strength of the operation
- Coutries participating
- Budget figures
- Chronology of events
Daily Defense News Capsules
- Political-Military events
- Equipment procurement and transfer
- Armed Forces Exercises
- Leadership Changes
- Defense industry mergers/buyouts/new produts
One-of-a-Kind Special Reports
- Military analysis and report from arms exhibitions worldwide
- Latest industry products
- International developments
- Military strategies
- The World Fact Book
- State Department Travel Reports and Advisories
- Naval Image Archive
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