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    Saudi fm fired

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    China have signed contract of 100 helicopters with germeny

    There is news on the pakistani channels that china have done agreement of 100 helicopters with germeny
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    Australian F-18 Super Hornet Achieves Final Operational Capability

    Minister for Defence Stephen Smith and Minister for Defence Materiel Jason Clare today announced the Royal Australian Air Force’s (RAAF) fleet of 24 F/A-18F Super Hornet aircraft have achieved Final Operational Capability (FOC). This is a major milestone for the Super Hornet fleet and is a...
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    Four Chinese warships pass contiguous zone in southwestern Japan

    Four Chinese warships passed the contiguous zone around Japan’s southwestern islands to enter the East China Sea on Dec. 10, the Defense Ministry said. Two destroyers and two frigates were spotted between Yonagunijima and Iriomotejima islands around 5 a.m. that day, the ministry said. The...
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    Chinese J-15 fighter to make emergency barricade landing test on Liaoning

    — Deng Yudong, who is the business director of Shenyang Aircraft Industry Group Company (SAC), recently said that J-15 is going to be involved in a series of tests, including emergency barricade landing test on Liaoning Aircraft Carrier. Deng Yudong summarized that recent J-15′s...
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    Syrian Kurds start forming their army

    Syrian Kurds, who established control over some areas in the north of Syria in the middle of this year, have begun creating an independent army. This information was provided by the internet portal Elaph referring to the head of the Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria Sherkoh Abbas. "The main...
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    Syrian rebels built their own armoured vehicle Sham II to counter Syrian go

    To counter the Syrian government tanks, rebels have built and deployed the "Sham II," an home-made wheeled armoured vehicle. Without the advantage of a well-financed and equipped national military, Syrian rebel fighters have turned to their own ingenuity to level the playing field in the fight...
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    F-22 and $1.8 million in damage.

    An F-22 fighter jet used in a flyover during a remembrance ceremony at Pearl Harbor scraped its tail on a runway as it landed, causing $1.8 million in damage. A Hawaii National Guard spokesman says nobody was hurt in the incident Friday morning on the 71st anniversary of the Japanese attack on...
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    Brazilian air force may buy f-18

    Brazilian air force is said to be leaning towards the American F-18 Super Hornet aircraft in the selection of 36 fighter jets, according to media reports. A weekly magazine, Istoe, has published a document attributing to the commission in charge of analyzing the three aircraft (the Dassault...
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    Military Sealift Command Accepts Delivery of First JHSV

    Military Sealift Command accepted delivery of the Navy’s first joint high-speed vessel at Austal Shipyard in Mobile, Ala., Dec. 5. USNS Spearhead (JHSV 1), a joint high-speed vessel, or JHSV, is designed for rapid intra-theater transport of troops and military equipment. MSC will own and...
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    Iran displays captured ScanEagle UAV By Caitlin Lee 12/6/2012

    Iranian television has shown footage of the ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) claims to have recently captured. Iran announced on 4 December that the UAV had been captured in an unspecified way after it violated its airspace over the Gulf...
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    Saudi Arabia Keen to Buy German Armored Vehicles

    Saudi Arabia has officially asked about purchasing several hundred Germany armored fighting vehicles, the magazine Spiegel reports. The inquiry was discussed at a secret meeting of the German Federal Security Council. The Federal Security Council considered the transaction on Monday, according...
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    Construction of new-generation radars will begin in Russia in 2013

    In the first quarter of next year another new-generation radar "Voronezh" will be accepted for combat duty. First Vice-President of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems, Captain 1st Rank Konstantin Sivkov in an interview with "Voice of Russia" explained why it was imperative to update the...
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    China Orders more Il-76s airlifters as waiting Il-476s

    2012-11-30 — China has ordered 10 used Il-76s from Russia’s arms vendor Rosoboronexport as an interim measure to enlarge its fleet of the heavy airlifters, before the redeveloped Il-476 version becomes available. Sergei Kornev, head of Rosoboronexport’s aviation equipment department, told AIN...
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    China and US military hold joint disaster drill in Chengdu

    2012-11-30 — The Chinese and US militaries held joint disaster response exercises Friday, as Beijing increases its global reach and Washington continues its “pivot” to the Pacific. The joint drill, which saw officers from both nations express hopes for closer ties, came amid rising concerns...
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    C-17s for australian airforce

    In March 2006, the Australian government announced that the Australian Defence Forces would acquire up to 4 new Boeing C-17 Globemaster III strategic airlift planes and associated equipment for A$ 2 billion ($1.49 billion then conversion). In April 2011, Australia upped their order to 5...
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    Turkey’s tank fleet with koren development

    Turkey’s tank fleet is currently made up of American M-48s and M-60s, some of which have been modernized with Israeli cooperation into M-60 Sabra tanks, plus a large contingent of German Leopard 1s and Leopard 2s. That is hardy surprising. America and Germany are Turkey’s 2 most important...
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    UK wants to upgrade apaches

    With the UK little more than two years away from ending its combat involvement in Afghanistan, the British Army is looking for a decision on a potential capability sustainment programme (CSP) for its Westland/Boeing Apache AH1 attack helicopters. The Army Air Corps (AAC) declared initial...
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    new aircraft carrier to make russia powerfull

    A new aircraft carrier will combine the properties of a command and control vessel with that of a powerful defensive ship.. Russia intends to strengthen its maritime security with a heavy air-capable new generation cruiser, which is expected to be put to use by the Russian Navy in 2020...

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