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Libya | Celebrating the graduation of the first batch of recruits for the 6th Infantry Brigade of Sebha.

Libya | Celebrating the graduation of the first batch of recruits for the 6th Infantry Brigade of Sebha.

In celebration of the 82nd anniversary of the establishment of the Libyan Army, the Sixth Infantry Brigade of the Sabha Military Region of the Presidency of the General Staff of…

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Karancipes ... A strange battle under cover of darkness.

Karancipes ... A strange battle under cover of darkness.

The history of this incident dates back more than two hundred and thirty years, specifically to the month of September 1788, and took place in the Balkan region within Romania…

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Libya | A huge military parade to celebrate the 82nd anniversary of the founding of the Libyan army in alshohadaa Square in the capital, Tripoli.

Libya | A huge military parade to celebrate the 82nd anniversary of the founding of the Libyan army in alshohadaa Square in the capital, Tripoli.

In commemoration of the eighty-second anniversary of the founding of the Libyan army, alshohadaa Square in Tripoli witnessed this afternoon, Tuesday, August 9, 2022, a military parade carried out by…

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Libya | The Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lieutenant-General Muhammad Al-Haddad, receives Lieutenant-General Abdel-Razek Al-Nadouri and a delegation of military leaders in the eastern region.

Libya | The Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lieutenant-General Muhammad Al-Haddad, receives Lieutenant-General Abdel-Razek Al-Nadouri and a delegation of military leaders in the eastern region.

Lieutenant-General "Mohamed Al-Haddad" and a number of military leaders from the western region received the military delegation from the eastern region, headed by Lieutenant-General "Abdul Razek Al-Nadori", accompanied by members…

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France’s national defence procurement agency Direction Générale de l’Armement (DGA) has selected Parrot to supply the country’s armed forces with its ANAFI USA micro-UAS.
The small drone will be used by French personnel

for surveillance and reconnaissance missions. A selling point is its production including no Chinese-made essential components, with the system entirely developed in France and the US.
Parrot will deliver the first of the ANAFI USA systems to the DGA in the coming months following the five-year contract. French Defence Minister Florence Parly said the country would be purchasing 300 of the systems.
Parrot chair and CEO Henri Seydoux said: “We are very proud to have won this tender from the DGA and to keep working on further opportunities with the USA. It is the fruit of the meticulous work carried out by our teams in France for more than two years, and that of 10 years of expertise.
Seydoux added: “By taking the bet of developing the ANAFI platform, designed for the general public, ruggedised for the needs of professionals, and secured for the requirements of the military forces, we have taken an important step for the group.
“In today’s world, Parrot is convinced that it is key for security forces, and armies, to rely on powerful, high-tech consumer equipment that is highly secure.”
Parrot UAS is already a supplier to the US Army under its Blue sUAS programme and to the Swiss Armed forces under its Mini UAV programme. Parrot said the drone has also been ordered by several US emergency services and government agencies.
The ANAFI USA weighs 500 grams, has a flight duration of 32 minutes, and can day and night observation. The system features two 21-megapixel cameras that can detect ‘person-sized’ targets at distances of up to 2km.

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