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Naval Forces of Egypt & Spain Exercise in the Red Sea

The Naval Forces of Egypt and Spain have performed a passing exercise in the Area of Responsibility of the Southern Fleet of the Red Sea. This was announced by the press service of the Egyptian Ministry of Defence on 22 October. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. "The exercise comes within the framework of the Armed…
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Western Sixth-Generation Air Systems

The new millennium brought with it a new generation of fighter aircraft. The progress between the fourth and the fifth generations was primarily a leap in information technology, but the incorporation of stealth features and cutting down Radar cross section also marked the new generation of fighters. While the number of models that can be…
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CSTO Countries as Suppliers of Military Equipment

Russia, as a country with a well-developed defense industry, is the main supplier of armaments, military and special equipment for the needs of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) member states.   However, challenges and threats associated with the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan require a rapid increase of capabilities to secure the CSTO borders, and…
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Leonardo Leads Work in Typhoon’s E-Scan Radar

Italian Leonardo will deliver R&D work as well as key antenna, processor and APSC components for the HENSOLDT-led ECRS Mk along with the development and delivery of the Typhoon’s ECRS Mk0 and ECRS Mk2 radars. Leonardo has announced in a press release that it has signed contracts valued at more than €260 million with HENSOLDT…
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UK MoD Appoints top Defence Official to Head Troubled Ajax Programme

A letter released by the United Kingdom’s Infrastructure and Projects Authority has named 30-year Ministry of Defence (MoD) veteran David Marsh to be personally responsible for the Armoured Cavalry Programme, otherwise known as Ajax.   Effective from the 1st of October, Marsh was appointed the Senior Responsible Owner (SRO) of the Armoured Cavalry Programme, now…
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Indian Air Force Acquires 56 C-295 Transport Aircraft

The Indian Ministry of Defence has signed a contract with Airbus Defence & Space Spain for the acquisition of 56 C-295 MW transport aircraft. This marks the first time a private company builds an entire aircraft in India.     On the 24th of September, the Indian MoD signed a contract with Airbus Defence &…
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Croatia to Buy Used French Rafale Jets

Croatia will purchase 12 Rafale F3-R multirole fighters, formerly in French service for the price of 999 million Euro. This purchase is part of a government to government agreement with France. Coinciding with its Armed Forces day on 28 May 2021, the Croatian Government adopted a decision on the procurement of a new multi-role fighter.…
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Exercise Phoenix Express 2021 Kicks off Today

Today in Tunis, Tunisia, the the 16th iteration of the North African maritime exercise Exercise Phoenix Express 2021 kicks off. Thirteen nations will operate together through May 28, announced the U.S. Sixth Fleet announced in a statement on Friday. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News. The 13 nations scheduled to participate in Phoenix Express 2021 include…
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Egypt and Greece Sign a Military Cooperation Programme

Egypt and Greece have signed a bilateral military cooperation programme, said the Greek Ministry of Defence. This Program includes a wide range of actions focusing mainly on conducting joint exercises and training activities of all three Branches of the Armed Forces of both countries. Follow New Defence Order. Strategy on Google News.   A meeting between delegations…
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