US bill would ban the purchase of non-US defense equipment as early as 2026

The affair is causing a stir in the halls of the Capitol in Washington. Indeed, the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States, the House Armed Services Committees, ...

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Without MGCS, Poland could turn to South Korean K2 Black Panther

Last February, President Emmanuel Macron suggested, during his official visit to Poland, that Paris and Berlin could accept Warsaw in the MGCS program, intended ...

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Will France lend the Alsace and Lorraine frigates to Greece?

According to information published by the Greek site defencereview.gr, the meeting between French President Emmanuel Macron and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, which will take place on September 10 ...

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British armies ready to dispense with Challenger 2 tanks to specialize in support

It has been several years since the fate of some 227 Challenger 2 heavy tanks, of which 160 are in service, and of the 388 Infantry Warrior fighting vehicles of the armies ...

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Japan launches public-private partnership to support and increase defense exports

Constitutionally, Japan cannot export arms, which is why the Japanese arms industry has remained essentially confined to national production. But the rapid evolution of the geostrategic situation in…

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Aircraft carriers, anti-missile systems, combat aircraft: Seoul reveals its ambitions for the coming decade

Unlike the Europeans, South Korea has never neglected its investments in Defense, including during the period following the collapse of the Soviet bloc and which was ...

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Turkey builds new factory for future T-FX fighter jet

The exclusion of Ankara from the F35 program has obviously caused much ink to flow, in Turkey as in the United States. Beyond the political and industrial aspects, the main constraint for the Turkish armies ...

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The US Navy will have to reduce the tonnage of its aircraft carriers to maintain its format

The nuclear aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford is arguably today the most powerful combat ship to ever sail the oceans. Designed to support a very high…

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