Helicopters came in all shapes and sizes.
‘The Land of Warheads’ – very Game of Thrones.
Drones, drones, everywhere but not a pause to think.
Interesting tag lines were in abundance.
Calling missiles ‘Top Gun’ – possibly not what Tom Cruise had in mind.
Nations speaking unto nations – about war.
Missiles handsomely on display at world’s largest arms trade fair.
The Pakistan pavilion was mainly selling small arms.
The Israeli pavilion was out in strength. There was not a Palestinian pavilion.
This system integrates soldiers into the battlefield digital network.
The various faces of modern combat.
Eurosatory covered two major conference halls, with over 50 nations exhibiting.
Very much a theme at world’s largest arms trade fair was heavy protection – to ensure soldiers were not exposed to violence.
The Ukrainians – and the Russians – were on display at world’s largest arms trade fair.
Serbia displays its munition offerings.
“Less-lethal” weaponry on display – the judge is out on that description.
Exo-skeletons on show.
The firepower on display was incredible and overwhelming.
Anti-landmine devices on display at world’s largest arms trade fair
French military rations: cassoulet, fondu and fromage.
IPhones attached to small arms – the future of guns?
The face of the modern soldier.
The British pavilion was in force at world’s largest arms trade fair.
Personell protective devises were very popular.
The face of modern warfare – a host of computer screens.
Just as there is a market for drones, so there is a market for the destruction of drones.
Mighty mouse marketing belies the impact.
The ugly truth of what war does to nature.
New drones on display
Anti-IED remote controlled devices on display at world’s largest arms trade fair
Certainly sex was used to sell guns here.
The outside display presentation began with a drone drop.
Drone marketing in action.