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Italy Secures US Approval to Buy Missiles, Bombs From RTX

The Department of State has approved Italy’s request to purchase missiles and small diameter bombs. According to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, the Italian government separately proposed to buy 12 AIM-120C-8 advanced medium-range air-to-air missiles and 125 units of small diameter bombs. The foreign military sale would cost Rome $69.3 million for the missile procurement...

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US To Supply Poland With Airspace, Surface Radar Reconnaissance Systems

The United States has approved Poland’s request to purchase Airspace and Surface Radar Reconnaissance aerostat systems to bolster its air defense capabilities. The Department of State cleared the proposed $1.2 billion foreign military sale, and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency has delivered the deal’s certification documents to Congress. Besides the aerostat systems, the Polish government’s...

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US OKs Netherlands’ Proposal to Purchase Hellfire Missiles

The U.S. Department of State has cleared the way for the potential sale of Hellfire missiles to the Netherlands. The proposed $150 million foreign military sale would deliver 386 air-to-ground missiles to the Dutch government. According to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, the Hellfire missile deal also includes technical, integration, logistics and program support. The...

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US Clears Proposed Delivery of MQ-9Bs to India

The United States has approved a request from the Indian government to purchase a fleet of MQ-9B remotely piloted aircraft. Details of the proposed $3.99 billion Foreign Military Sale deal have been submitted to Congress for approval, according to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency. India’s request includes the acquisition of 31 MQ-9B Sky Guardian aircraft,...

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Czech Republic Signs Deal to Purchase 24 F-35s From Lockheed Martin

The Czech Republic has formalized an agreement with the United States to acquire 24 F-35 Lightning II aircraft. According to Lockheed Martin, the European nation sealed the deal by signing a letter of offer and acceptance on Monday. Bridget Lauderdale, vice president and general manager of the F-35 program at Lockheed, confirmed that the Czech...

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US Approves Sale of F-16 Fighting Falcons to Turkey for $23B

The administration of President Joe Biden has approved the sale of F-16 aircraft and related equipment to Turkey.  In a Friday press release, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said it notified Congress about the potential foreign military sale of 40 new F-16 aircraft and the modernization of Turkey’s 79 existing fighters for $23 billion. Lockheed Martin...

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US OKs Potential $500M Deal to Provide Croatia With 8 Black Hawk Helicopters

The Department of State has approved a proposed sale of eight UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters to Croatia. According to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, the potential Foreign Military Sale has an estimated cost of $500 million. The FMS deal will boost Croatia’s ability to deter current and future threats, support coalition operations, and promote interoperability...

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US Clears Proposed $75M Sales of Javelin Missiles to Kosovo

The United States has approved Kosovo’s request to purchase Javelin missiles and related equipment for $75 million. According to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, the possible Foreign Military Sale was transmitted to Congress for approval. Under the proposal, Kosovo wants to acquire 246 Javelin FGM-148F missiles and 24 Javelin lightweight command launch units. The procurement...

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US OKs Israeli Purchase of More M107 Ammunition

U.S. State Secretary Antony Blinken has approved an amended ammunition sale to Israel, calling for additional M107 155 mm ammunition ancillaries, which increases the estimated cost to $147.5 million from the initial $96.51 million order. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency said the Department of State skipped congressional review for the added procurement after Blinken determined...

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US Approves Sale of $1B Defense Training to Saudi Arabia

The Department of State has approved the potential foreign military sale of training and related equipment to Saudi Arabia. The proposed sale covers a range of training offered by the Department of Defense and the U.S. Air Force, including flight training for the Royal Saudi Air Force and other Saudi military services. The possible foreign...

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