Nickolai Sukharev

Nickolai Sukharev covers the Army for Inside Defense. Before joining the publication, he completed a graduate journalism degree at Georgetown University. He previously wrote for the Montgomery County Sentinel and earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland.

Archived Articles
The Insider | September 25, 2023

The Army Science Board will convene in a closed meeting on Tuesday to discuss two studies, according to a Federal Register notice.

The Insider | September 25, 2023

The Army has awarded Oshkosh an additional contract for the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the Defense Department announced Friday.

The Insider | September 21, 2023

Four companies will design and build Robotic Combat Vehicle prototypes for the Army, the service announced Wednesday.

The Insider | September 20, 2023

The Army awarded BAE Systems a contract to produce additional Bradley Fighting Vehicles, the Defense Department announced Tuesday.

The Insider | September 13, 2023

The Army awarded RTX and Lockheed Martin contracts for Stinger surface-to-air missile upgrades and replacements for a combined $729 million, the Defense Department announced Tuesday

Daily News | September 12, 2023

An Army advisory board recommends the service invest $3 billion to $4 billion on plans to modernize its combat vehicle fleet to meet the challenges of the future battlefield, according to a report released last week that coincides with a recent announcement that the Abrams tank will be redesigned for 2030.

Daily News | August 31, 2023

In the midst of early capability testing, development of the Army's next-generation ballistic missile is on track and meeting benchmarks, according to the service.

Daily News | August 30, 2023

The Army is seeking information from industrial manufacturers to develop a soft kill, electronic warfare system to protect tactical vehicles from incoming projectiles, according to a public announcement.

The Insider | August 24, 2023

The Army announced two contracts this week for additional tactical vehicles, according to Defense Department announcements.

Daily News | August 24, 2023

The Army will need to work closely with private industry to realize its many modernization goals, especially those requiring emerging technologies, according to a three-star from Army Futures Command.

Daily News | August 17, 2023

The Army will need to prioritize security of its networks, according to a general from the Army’s Cyber Command.

The Insider | August 16, 2023

The Army awarded RTX a $322.5 million contract to procure TOW B2 missiles, according to an Aug. 15 Defense Department announcement.

The Insider | August 11, 2023

The Army will host an industry day on virtual and augmented reality with a focus on combat vehicles in Orlando, FL, on Aug. 24, according to a public announcement.

The Insider | August 10, 2023

The Army has announced contract modifications for its Assault Breacher Vehicle, according to a series of public notices.

The Insider | August 3, 2023

The Army awarded a $500 million contract to Lockheed Martin to manufacture an air-to-ground missile system as part of a foreign sale, according to a Defense Department announcement.

The Insider | August 3, 2023

The Army awarded Oshkosh a $200 million contract to manufacture and procure medium trucks, according to a Defense Department announcement. (UPDATED)

The Insider | August 2, 2023

Oshkosh announced the acquisition of the airport services firm Aerotech and reported revenues of more than 17% from its previous year, according to the company’s second-quarter earnings release. (UPDATED)

The Insider | August 1, 2023

The Army has awarded a $93.9 million contract to Teledyne to procure additional small unmanned aerial vehicles over the next five years, according to a company announcement.

The Insider | July 28, 2023

The Army has awarded Boeing a contract to upgrade Apache helicopters through the foreign military sales program, according to a public notice.

Daily News | July 27, 2023

The Army is falling behind in building tactical vehicles needed to meet requirements, according to the Senate Appropriations Committee.

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