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ILA 2022: War in Ukraine driving Eastern European interest in contractor-supplied helicopters
by Gareth Jennings 27 Jun 2022
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The ongoing war in Ukraine is driving Eastern European interest in acquiring contractor-supplied light attack and transport helicopters, a provider told Janes on 23...
US rolls back more permissive 2020 anti-personnel landmine policy, again limits use to Korean Peninsula
by Ashley Roque 22 Jun 2022
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Washington is reverting to an Obama administration era policy that restricts the use of anti-personnel landmines to the Korean Peninsula.
Ukraine conflict: NATO discards its six-year-old tripwire defence of eastern flank for more muscle
by Brooks Tigner 17 Jun 2022
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Reacting to pressure from NATO's former Warsaw Pact members and Russia's brutal war tactics in Ukraine, the alliance is ditching its thin, so-called tripwire line of...
Japan to form new EW units, strengthen existing facilities
by Oishee Majumdar 10 Jun 2022
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The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) will establish three new electronic warfare (EW) units as well as expand two existing EW units in 2022, a spokesperson for...
China, Russia fly bombers to ‘counter' Quad summit
by Akhil Kadidal 26 May 2022
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Japan and South Korea scrambled its fighters to intercept a “provocative” joint exercise by four Chinese and two Russian strategic bombers in the Sea of Japan and the...
Ukraine conflict: Russia launches new offensive in southern Donbas
by Thomas Bullock 25 May 2022
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Russia has begun a new offensive likely aimed at closing an encirclement around the city of Severodonetsk in western Luhansk. The city is currently Ukraine's most...
Ukraine conflict: US Congress clears more Ukraine aid
by Marc Selinger 20 May 2022
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The US Senate approved USD40 billion in additional funding for Ukraine-related security, humanitarian, and economic assistance on 19 May, sending the legislation to...
US naval officials plan to conduct more Arctic operations
by Michael Fabey 20 May 2022
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The US Navy (USN) and US Marine Corps (USMC) will be conducting more operations in the Arctic, according to officials from both services.
Ukraine conflict: Lockheed Martin to boost production capacity for popular weapons
by Marc Selinger 02 May 2022
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Lockheed Martin is expanding its production capacity for the Javelin anti-tank missiles and other weapon systems to prepare for an expected surge in orders, according to...
Japan's ruling party proposes defence strategy revisions
by Jon Grevatt 28 Apr 2022
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Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has proposed a major revision to the country's defence policies in response to its evolving security environment.
Ukraine conflict: Germany offers Gepards to Kyiv
by Nicholas Fiorenza 28 Apr 2022
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Defence ministers and chiefs of defence staff of the 43 members of the Ukraine Defense Consultative Group met at Ramstein Air Base in Rhineland-Palatinate, southwestern...
Russia begins series production of S-500 air-defence system
by Miko Vranic 27 Apr 2022
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The S-500 long-range surface-to-air missile system has entered series production, Almaz-Antey CEO Yan Novikov told the Russian National Defence journal on 25 April in an...
Ukraine conflict: Russia begins Donbas offensive
by Thomas Bullock & Nicholas Fiorenza 22 Apr 2022
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The Ukraine conflict has entered its second phase with Russia launching its offensive in Donbas. The main Russian pushes are south from Izyum in Ukraine's Kharkiv Oblast...
Invasion of Ukraine to push global defence spend above $2.2 trillion by 2026
13 Apr 2022
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Reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine helped push defence budgets back into expansion this year, and will see them grow at a rate of 1.6% annually in the coming five years, according to the latest figures from the trusted global agency for open-source defence intelligence Recovering from a pandemic-induced contraction of 0.7% last year, total world defence spending grew to a new high of USD2.08 trillion in 2022, boosted by recent spending increases across Europe, according to a new report from Janes, the trusted global agency for open-source defence intelligence., While this year’s spike in European growth was brought about in large part in reaction to Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, defence budgets on the continent have been expanding ever-quicker since Russia first began supporting the secession regions of Donetsk and Luhansk and annexed Crimea in 2014., North America However, North American budgets are not set to stagnate particularly in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine., Invasion of Ukraine to push global defence spend above $2.2 trillion by 2026
Ukraine conflict: Teal Drones lands first Ukraine-related order
by Marc Selinger 06 Apr 2022
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US-based Teal Drones has received an order for 15 Golden Eagle small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) from a NATO member country that wants to give them to Ukraine,...
NATO Response Force: Back to the future
by Nicholas Fiorenza 05 Apr 2022
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Just as NATO's multinational Allied Command Europe (ACE) Mobile Force (AMF) was designed to reinforce the alliance's flanks during the Cold War, the NATO Response Force...
Ukraine conflict: Russia records first combat loss of Su-35
by Gareth Jennings 04 Apr 2022
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Russia has lost its first Sukhoi Su-35 ‘Flanker-E' multirole fighter on combat operations over Ukraine, imagery posted online on 3 April reveal.
Pentagon budget 2023: DoD seeks 4.1% spending boost to USD773 billion
by Marc Selinger 01 Apr 2022
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Calling China the “pre-eminent pacing challenge” and Russia an “acute threat”, the Biden administration unveiled a fiscal year (FY) 2023 budget request on 28 March that...
Ukraine conflict: Procurement of Russian aircraft at risk in South and Southeast Asia
by Alessandra Giovanzanti 30 Mar 2022
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South Asian and Southeast Asian countries are regarded by Moscow as key defence markets for its military aircraft, with Russian Mil military helicopters and Sukhoi...
Hub change: US reforms its Asian alliance system
by Christian Le Miere 30 Mar 2022
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For 75 years after the end of the Second World War, the US maintained an alliance system in Asia focused on a handful of key bilateral relationships and mutual defence...

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