Sunday, August 1, 2021

Topic: NATO

Rare Russian electronic warfare planes intercepted by NATO aircraft

Two Russia's Il-22PP electronic warfare aircraft were intercepted and escorted by NATO fighter jets during a flight over neutral waters over the Baltic Sea. The story was first...

NATO scrambles jets 15 times to track Russian military planes over the Baltic

NATO scrambled fighter jets, which deployed at Lithuania’s Zokniai airbase on a rotary basis, 15 times in June to track and intercept Russian military aircraft flying over the...

NATO holds large-scale Air Defence exercises in the Black Sea

On July 2, NATO Air and Maritime forces conducted an Air Defence Exercise (ADEX) in the Black Sea to improve Alliance cooperation, practise air-maritime communications and build...

Oshkosh secures $152M contract for JLTVs for U.S. military and NATO allies

Oshkosh Corporation, a leading manufacturer of specialty vehicles and vehicle bodies, announced today that its Defense division has received a delivery order valued at more than $152...

Ukrainian army artillery unit take part in U.S.-led multinational exercise

The artillery unit of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the basis of the 26th Artillery Brigade began the active phase of the international exercise in Exercise...

NATO announces Leopard-1 tank recycling results

All combat vehicles, or even tanks, are made of many valuable materials that can easily be recycled at the end of the car’s life. Materials like metal and...

NATO partner nations to develop next generation medium helicopter

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) announced on 19 November that France, Germany, Greece, Italy and the United Kingdom have signed a letter of intent for the North...

NATO receives fifth and last Phoenix aircraft

Northrop Grumman Corporation has announced that it has delivered the fifth and last RQ-4D Phoenix under NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) program. "The aircraft departed on Wednesday, Nov....

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