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Libya | Celebrating the graduation of officers and students from the first batch of the Higher War and National Defense Colleges.

Libya | Celebrating the graduation of officers and students from the first batch of the Higher War and National Defense Colleges.

The Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Lieutenant General Mohammed Al-Haddad, attended, on Wednesday morning, at the headquarters of the Libyan Higher Academy for Strategic Studies, the…

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LIBYA | Al-Dabaiba and Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM) discuss Libyan-US cooperation in the field of counterterrorism and border security.

LIBYA | Al-Dabaiba and Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM) discuss Libyan-US cooperation in the field of counterterrorism and border security.

The Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Minister of Defense, Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba, received the Deputy Commander of the US Africa Command, Lieutenant General John Bernan, and the Commander

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LIBYA | Al-Dbaiba and a number of military leaders meet with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army.

LIBYA | Al-Dbaiba and a number of military leaders meet with the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Army.

Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Minister of Defense, Abdul-Hamid Al-Dbaiba, discussed yesterday with the Chief of the General Staff of the Turkish Army, Metin Gürak, and his…

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1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024)- The Military Engineering Academy - Tajoura – LIBYA

1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024)- The Military Engineering Academy - Tajoura – LIBYA

1st International Conference on Engineering Applications (ICEA’2024). Event information. ICEA 2024 Oct 15 – 17, 2024 The Military Engineering Academy Tajoura – LIBYA EXPLORING EMERGING CHALLENGES AND NEW CONCEPTS RELATED…

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Poland’s Ministry of National Defense made an order for two Saab 340 Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft as announced on July 25In continuation with a recent trend of substantial investment in the military, Poland has entered

into a contract with the Sweden-based company Saab, valued at approximately SEK 600 million (equivalent to $57.8 million USD). The contract is covering the period from 2023 to 2025.

Reportedly, Poland was in advanced talks with Saab to purchase the GlobalEye airborne early warning and control but opted for the 340 AEW instead.

The early warning systems consist of the Saab 340 aircraft integrated with Saab’s Erieye radar technology. Additionally, the contract encompasses ground equipment and in-country logistics and support services, as the company stated.

“Saab has had a strong relationship with the Polish Ministry of National Defense for many years. We are proud to further strengthen Poland’s Armed Forces with our airborne early warning and network-based solutions,” says Carl-Johan Bergholm, head of Saab’s business area Surveillance.

In April, Lockheed Martin, the defense aerospace manufacturer, commenced work on the initial batch of 32 F-35A fifth-generation fighters ordered by Warsaw. Poland is also in the process of procuring 48 Korean Aerospace Industries FA-50 light fighters, with the first unit already completed in June.

Furthermore, the Polish government has ambitious plans to acquire almost 100 Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters, scheduled for delivery in 2026 or 2027. Additionally, the country aims to obtain over 50 Leonardo military helicopters, comprising 22 AW101s and 32 AW149 medium-lift variants.

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