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Turkey's F-16 upgrade moves forward

US approves sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey

The US administration approved the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey, marking a pivotal moment in the expansion of NATO after...

NATO secures $10B in defense procurements for deterrence and Ukraine support

The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) finalized contracts totaling $10 billion to acquire essential defense assets, including Patriot missiles, artillery, anti-tank...

US, allies condemn North Korea-Russia arms transfers

In a joint statement, the United States and its allies condemn Russia's use of ballistic missiles sourced from North Korea, expressing shared...

F-35A tested on the highway for the first time

Two Norwegian Lockheed Martin F-35A fighter jets demonstrated the operational capability of conventional takeoff and landing by touching down on a highway...

United Kingdom, Norway announce new tranche of support for Ukraine

After the two-day NATO Summit in Vilnius, Lithuania, UK and Norway announced a new aid package for Ukraine. The...

Germany’s Rheinmetall supplies Ukraine with 20 Marder Infantry Fighting Vehicles

Rheinmetall, acting on the German government's request, has resumed supplying Ukraine with Marder Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs), with a contract awarded in...

Leonardo wins contract to supply the RAT 31 DL/M air defense...

The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) has awarded Leonardo a contract to provide a new RAT 31 DL/M long-range deployable air...

Allies to provide new air defense equipment to Ukraine

In a collaboration between Denmark, the Netherlands, the UK, and the USA, a new fund will bring forth air defense missiles numbering...

US, European navies begin BALTOPS maneuver rehearsals

The annual maritime-led joint Baltic Operations (BALTOPS 23) exercise, which will involve 19 NATO allies and Sweden as a partner country, more than 6,000 sailors, airmen, and marines, 60 aircraft, and 50 ships, is slowly gearing up for the official kick-off on June 4.

US Navy’s newest aircraft carrier visits Oslo, prompting Russia’s discontent

USS Gerald R. Ford is the first US aircraft carrier visit to Norway in 65 years.

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