Monday, November 28, 2022

Topic: K9 Thunder

Finland to buy more heavy howitzers amid Russia threat

The Finish Minister of Defense Antti Kaikkonen has approved the proposal by the Finnish Defence Forces to acquire additional K9 Thunder self-propelled howitzers from the South Korean...

Norway orders more South Korean-made Thunder howitzers

The Norwegian Defense Material Agency (NDMA) has ordered four more South-Korean K9 Thunder self-propelled howitzers. According to a recent service statement, South Korean conglomerate Hanwha systems signed...

South Korea rolls out new howitzers and tanks for Poland

South Korean defense firms Hanwha Defense and Hyundai Rotem have rolled out their new K9 Thunder self-propelled howitzers and K2 Black Panther main battle tanks for Poland. An...

Poland inks $5.76 billion contracts for Korean-made tanks and howitzers

Two South Korean defense firms have signed contracts ― worth $5.76 billion in total ― with Poland to implement last month's deals to export modern K2 battle...

Lockheed Martin joins Thunder team to build advanced K9 howitzer

The UK-based arm of Lockheed Martin Corporation signs teaming agreement to join “Team Thunder” led by South Korea's Hanwha Defense. The team, which also includes Pearson Engineering,...

Egypt purchases $1.6 billion South Korean-made self-propelled howitzers

Egypt has ordered a batch of Hanwha Defense K9 self-propelled howitzers worth 2 trillion won ($1.65 billion), according to the South Korean arms procurement agency. South Korean company...

South Korea and Australia signs massive self-propelled howitzer deal

South Korean defense giant Hanwha Defense announced on Monday that it has signed a contract to supply and locally produce the AS9 Huntsman Self-Propelled Howitzer and AS10...

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