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Algeria to receive its first C-130J

The Algerian Air Force is about to receive its first new generation C-130J transport aircraft, which left the Lockheed Martin factory in Greenville, South Carolina, today and made its first stop in Bangor, Maine.

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Drone warfare: Today’s war -2-

This is part two of our case studies of anti-drone warfare amongst armies and non-state actors.

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Drone warfare: Today’s war -1-

This article, in two parts, will discuss the different approaches taken by the militaries of countries that are, or have been, facing drone warfare in recent years.

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A new electronic warfare system for Algeria

This complex system, which made its appearance at the end of last year in the Algerian arsenal, promises to revitalise electronic warfare within the ANP.

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Ka-226T impresses Saudi Arabia

Russian Helicopters was present in force with six aircraft at the Dubai Air Show, and its CEO told the Tass agency that it was visited by numerous delegations.

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Egypt: French intelligence involved in a major scandal

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It is scandal that was revealed by the investigative NGO Disclose and that directly accuses the French Directorate of Military Intelligence (DRM) of complicity in extrajudicial executions against Egyptian smugglers. An affair that lasted five years that demonstrates the ambiguous relations between Paris and Cairo on the background of arms contracts.

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Qatar first export customer for the SAM Hisar?

Negotiations are reportedly underway between the Qatari Ministry of Defense, accompanied by Barzan Holding, and the Turkish companies Aselsan and Roketsan for the supply of Hisar air defense systems.

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Tunisia to receive more US military aid in 2022

In seven years Tunisia will have used a total of 757 million dollars from the U.S. military and security cooperation program, a considerable contribution for a Ministry of Defense whose budget is around 1.2 billion dollars.

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