The Army has been investing in electrifying vehicles for years, but it won’t be possible to employ this technology widely anytime soon.
Among the many benefits electric military vehicles have over fuel-powered military vehicles are increased range and persistence, increased onboard power for tools like directed-energy weapons,
jammers, and electrified armour, lower maintenance costs and associated logistical footprints, silent watch and silent mobility, and reduced thermal and acoustic signature.
The Japan Military Electric Vehicle Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The use of electric vehicles in the military should start with support vehicles for maintenance and operational needs that are not tactical.
Understanding national security trends and game-changing military technology is crucial since industrial rivalry in the high-tech sector is at the basis of economic security.
National security is undergoing change and development for countries all over the world as a result of the requirement to adapt plans, operations, and tactics to new technologies.
The first of the new Mogami-class multi-role frigates was commissioned by the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force. The warship is the first of a projected class of 22 vessels that would replace the fleet’s outdated Abukuma-class destroyer escorts and Asagiri-class light destroyers.
It was constructed at the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries factory in Tamano. Being equipped with a hybrid gas turbine-electric and gas turbine propulsion system layout makes them the first JMSDF ships to do so.
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