Saturday, May 21, 2022

Topic: Lithuania

Belarus moves its troops closer to Lithuania’s border

Russia-allied Belarus reportedly is deploying its troops to Oshmyany, close to the border with Lithuania. The Belarusian Hajun project news site had reported that a convoy of about 40 Belarus'...

For first time, US Marine Corps deploys G/ATOR radar for NATO operations

The United States Marine Corps for the first time has deployed one of its units along with an AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) to Lithuania to support NATO's enduring...

Lithuania moves to buy more Vilkas fighting vehicles

Lithuania has planned to exercise an option to acquire more Vilkas fighting vehicles, according to Vice Minister of National Defence Vilius Semeska. According to Vice Minister, Lithuania plans...

US Army’s newest M109A7 howitzers participate in live-fire exercise in Lithuania

German, Dutch, Norwegian and U.S. forces demonstrated their firepower during the Baltic Ballista live-fire exercise at Pabrade Training Area, Lithuania. Artillery batteries practiced fire support coordination to...

Lithuanian-made Krampus hybrid ATV ready for autonomous battlefield missions

Lithuanian developers of Krampus Mk1 all-terrain vehicle (ATV) are getting prepared for the major European arms show and joke that their hybrid diesel-electric propulsion buggy is ready...

Ukrainian army fields Stinger missiles in the face of Russian aggression

Ukrainian Soldiers began fielding the recently received Stinger man-portable, air defense missile systems amid invasion threat from Russian forces. Militarnyi reported on Wednesday that Ukrainian Soldiers trained on...

Lithuanian company transforms its hybrid all-terrain vehicle into robot buggy

Lithuania-based Ostara company announced Friday it has transformed its hybrid electric-diesel all-terrain vehicle “Krampus ATV” into an optionally-manned platform.  According to a press release from Ostara, after the successful...

US State Department approves $125M Javelin missile sale to Lithuania

The U.S. State Department approved a possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) $125 million deal Tuesday to sell Javelin portable anti-tank missiles to Lithuania. According to the Defense Security...

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