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Lithuania Accepts New Delivery of Javelin Anti-Tank Missiles From US

The Lithuanian Armed Forces has accepted a new shipment of Javelin anti-tank weapon systems from the United States. The Ministry of National Defence confirmed the approximately $16.6 million weapons delivery on Tuesday. According to Defence Minister Laurynas Kasciunas, the anti-tank missiles will bolster the Lithuanian military’s combat capacity and deterrent effect. “The United States of...

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Airbus, Babcock to Provide Sustainment Support for France’s EC145 Helicopters

The French government has selected Airbus Helicopters and Babcock to support the Interior Ministry’s EC145 light utility aircraft fleet. Under the 12-year deal, the two companies will provide technical support, spare parts, logistics solutions, technical data management and software support to sustain the aircraft’s missions, mostly involving rescue operations, air medical transport and law enforcement....

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US OKs Ukraine’s Request to Purchase HIMARS Missile Launchers

The United States has approved Ukraine’s request to purchase three High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems. The Department of State classified the proposed foreign military sale as an emergency case and waived the required congressional review for the arms deal, according to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. The HIMARS shipment will cost around $30 million and...

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Elbit Systems Seals $53M Deal to Supply European Customer With Turreted Mortar System

Elbit Systems said it will deliver mortar systems to an unnamed European customer under a $53 million contract award. The deal requires the Israeli firm to deliver the Crossbow unmanned turreted 120 mm soft recoil mortar systems to General Dynamics European Land Systems for installation on the client’s Pandur 6×6 APC wheeled armored vehicle. Work...

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RTX to Supply Missile Upgrade Kits to UAE Under Potential $144M Deal

The U.S. Department of State has cleared the possible sale of high-speed anti-radiation missile control section modification upgrade and related equipment to the United Arab Emirates for $144 million. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency, which announced the State Department’s approval, said RTX of Tucson, Arizona, will be the principal contractor of the requested purchase of...

HII Beefs Up Royal Navy’s UUV Fleet With New Remus Deliveries; Duane Fotheringham Quoted
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HII Beefs Up Royal Navy’s UUV Fleet With New Remus Deliveries; Duane Fotheringham Quoted

Virginia-based HII has disclosed its recent sale of three Remus 100 and five Remus 300 underwater unmanned vehicles to the British Royal Navy as additions to the service’s UUV fleet for subsea exploration, countermine and surveillance missions. Remus features advanced sensors and systems designed for wide-ranging tasks on maritime safety. Prior to the two Remus...

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Malaysia to Acquire Modern Targeting Pods for F/A-18D Fleet

The United States has agreed to sell modern targeting systems for Malaysia’s fleet of F/A-18D fighters. Under a proposed $80 million agreement approved by the Department of State, the U.S. government will supply the Royal Malaysian Air Force with 10 AN/AAQ-33 Sniper advanced targeting pods. As requested by Kuala Lumpur, the deal will also provide...

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US Marines Expect Two More Recon Watercraft From Australian Maker

The U.S. Marine Corps will receive two more vessels from The Whiskey Project Group this summer after the Australian company delivered the first two boats in early 2024. Pat O’Mara, assessment manager of the USMC’s Multi-Mission Reconnaissance Craft program, said at a defense conference in Washington on Thursday that the additional units would enable the...

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Hensoldt to Supply Radars for British Royal Fleet Auxiliary Ships; Peter Dillon Quoted

Germany-based defense contractor Hensoldt announced that its U.K. unit has booked task orders to provide sensors for three new Fleet Solid Support ships that the Team Resolute consortium is building for the British Royal Fleet Auxiliary. The Navantia UK-led consortium is developing the vessels under a $2 billion contract disclosed in January. Hensoldt UK will...

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Brunei Selects Airbus H145M Helicopters to Replace Retired Bolkow Fleet; Bruno Even Quoted

Brunei’s Ministry of Defence has ordered six Airbus H145 M helicopters to replace the deactivated Bolkow Bo 105. The Southeast Asian nation intends to deploy the aircraft mainly for close air support and aerial observation operations. Airbus Helicopters CEO Bruno Even said the H145M boasts high performance and versatility, a well-regarded helicopter that will improve...

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