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Greek Americans Want to End the Arms Embargo on Greek Cyprus
Bilateral Relations Regional / Strategy

Greek Americans Want to End the Arms Embargo on Greek Cyprus

Greek American Senators submitted a bipartisan bill to Congress to lift the arms embargo in the Greek Cyprus part of the island.

The UAE Modernises HARM Systems
Weapon / Missile Modernisation

The UAE Modernises HARM Systems

The U.S. has approved a potential sale of HARM Control Section Modification Upgrade and related equipment to UAE for an estimated cost of $144 million.

Boeing F-15EX, the third competitor in Saudi Arabia
Air

Boeing F-15EX, the third competitor in Saudi Arabia

Boeing offers F-15EX to Saudi Arabia, competing with Rafale from France and Typhoon from the Eurofighter consortium.

The U.S. is Repositioning its Military Assets in the Middle East
Regional / Strategy

The U.S. is Repositioning its Military Assets in the Middle East

Sky News Arabia analyses U.S. mobility in the Middle East Gulf region. The publication claims that the U.S. is repositioning its regional military assets.

Northrop Grumman Set to Sustain B-2 Spirit Bombers
Air Logistics

Northrop Grumman Set to Sustain B-2 Spirit Bombers

A deal worth $7 billion was inked by Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Air Force for B-2 Spirit bombers’ maintenance, upgrades, and logistic services.

Turkiye will not transfer the S-400 Triumf to any country
Weapon / Missile Bilateral Relations

Turkiye will not transfer the S-400 Triumf to any country

Turkish Defence Minister Yasar Guler confirmed that Ankara has no plans to transfer the S-400 air defence missile system to any other country.

U.S., Australia and Japan to Hold Trilateral F-35 Training
Simulator / AI / Drill/ Software

U.S., Australia and Japan to Hold Trilateral F-35 Training

Australia, Japan and the U.S. will conduct joint F-35 fighter training trilaterally. The decision was reached at the Trilateral Defence Ministerial meeting.

Antenom Exports Antenna to USAF and US Army
E/W

Antenom Exports Antenna to USAF and US Army

Turkish engineering company Antenom Antenna Technologies Inc. exported its antennas to the U.S. Air Force and Army in 2024.

Kaman’s Cargo UAV Begins Tetherless Flight Tests
Unmanned Systems Engine and Transmission

Kaman’s Cargo UAV Begins Tetherless Flight Tests

The U.S.-based Kaman has announced that the flight tests of its KARGO medium-lift UAV without tethering have begun.

Airbus proposes unmanned UH-72 helicopters to USMC
Air

Airbus proposes unmanned UH-72 helicopters to USMC

Airbus is proposing the military version of the H145 helicopter, an unmanned UH-72 Lakota, to the US Marine Corps.

Kazakhstan Sells Its Soviet-Era Aircraft to the U.S.
Air

Kazakhstan Sells Its Soviet-Era Aircraft to the U.S.

It has been reported by both Russian and Ukrainian media that Kazakhstan has sold 81 combat aircraft from the USSR period.

SNC to Develop Doomsday Aircraft with a $13 billion contract
Air Country

SNC to Develop Doomsday Aircraft with a $13 billion contract

The US Air Force has awarded SNC a $13 billion contract to develop a new Doomsday AACP aircraft to replace its ageing E-4B aircraft fleet.

Marines Award $79 Million Contract for ACV-R Test Vehicles
Land

Marines Award $79 Million Contract for ACV-R Test Vehicles

Iveco Defence Vehicles/BAE Systems obtains a $79 million contract from the U.S. Marine Corps to manufacture and deliver ACV-R test vehicles.

Pentagon Warns for Increasing C-UAS Costs
Weapon / Missile Unmanned Systems

Pentagon Warns for Increasing C-UAS Costs

The Undersecretary of Defence for Acquisition and Sustainment calls attention to the rising cost of UAV interceptions, which have become prohibitively expensive.