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Eurofighter and Indonesian decision making irrationality

By Kym Bergmann/Singapore on Jul 28, 2020 05:34 pm

The eccentricity of Indonesian military acquisitions probably peaked in 1993 with the highly questionable decision to purchase more than 40 used ships from the former East German Navy.  Following the collapse of the Berlin Wall and German reunification, these ships – which included patrol craft and minesweepers – were very much surplus to requirements and […]
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Cyber Defence

By Defence Review Asia on Jul 28, 2020 01:00 pm

In this information age, cyber threats have been rapidly evolving and are becoming increasingly sophisticated and destructive. Cyber threats do not respect sovereign boundaries and can originate from anywhere in the world. These threats range from hacktivist attacks to criminal hackers to advanced persistent threats that involve long-term planning and sophisticated techniques. The proliferation of […]
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MQ-25’s new aerial refueling gear

By Defence Review Asia on Jul 28, 2020 10:00 am

  Boeing is preparing its MQ-25 T1 unmanned aerial refueling test asset to return to flight test later this year, this time with a U.S. Navy aerial refueling store. The store was recently integrated onto a purpose-built pylon under the wing of T1 during a planned modification. It is the same store currently carried by […]
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Indra will reinforce air safety at bases in South Korea

By Defence Review Asia on Jul 28, 2020 10:00 am

The Ministry of Defence of South Korea has awarded Indra the supply and implementation of air traffic surveillance and management systems to reinforce safety and control of air operations at the main Air Force bases. This project was awarded to Indra in an international tender in competition with the main defence and air traffic companies […]
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News in Brief July 28

By Defence Review Asia on Jul 28, 2020 09:54 am

ROK-US Ministerial Talks 22 July: Republic of Korea(ROK) Minister of National Defense Jeong Kyeong-doo spoke with Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper to reaffirm the strength of the ROK-U.S. alliance and the close coordination between the defense authorities of the two countries. The two leaders discussed the security environment on the Korean Peninsula and committed […]
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NATO expands C-17 training capability with Boeing Services contract

By Defence Review Asia on Jul 28, 2020 09:43 am

Boeing will provide aircrew training support for the Strategic Airlift Capability’s multinational fleet of C-17 aircraft under a new US Air Force Foreign Military Sale contract for a C-17 Weapon System Trainer (WST) that will be stationed at Pápa Air Base, Hungary. “The NATO Airlift Management Programme provides Strategic Airlift Capability nations with full life […]
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The first German Heron TP UAV, produced by Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI), has completed its first successful flight

By Marilyn on Jul 28, 2020 09:00 am

A Significant Milestone in the UAV Agreement between the Israeli and German Defense Ministries In preparation for its delivery to the German Armed Forces, the German Heron TP UAV has completed its first flight in the skies of the State of Israel. The UAV was modified according to the needs and requirements of the German […]
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