In a historic moment for the region, a Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, USS Sioux City (LCS 11), deployed to U.S. Sixth Fleet’s area of operations, supporting U.S. and NATO Ally and Partner interests in Europe and Africa.
The Ministry of Defence is sending a limited number of Armoured Howitzers to Ukraine. The mobile 155mm gun is the heaviest weaponry of the army.
On the 25yh of April the Chancellery of the Prime Minister informed that the Prime Minister Mariusz Morawiecki confirmed, so far unofficial, information about Poland to deliver tanks to Ukraine.
By order of the Chief of Defense Staff, General Daniel Petrescu, the flight activities with the MiG-21 LanceR aircrafts of the Romanian Air Force were suspended, starting with Friday, April 15th.
An additional $800 million drawdown package of security assistance is on its way to Ukraine. Efforts to get the newly authorized equipment and supplies to the Ukrainian military will begin immediately, said Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby.
The Navy and Marine Corps demonstrated a key capability when they operated 20 F-35B Lightning II jets from America-class amphibious assault carrier USS Tripoli (LHA 7) March 30 through April 8.
The Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic confirms that the Slovak Republic has donated the S-300 air defense system to Ukraine
The Ministry of Defence of the Slovak Republic confirms that the Slovak Republic has donated the S-300 air defense system to Ukraine.
The Morrison Government has approved the accelerated acquisition of improved weapon capabilities for the Australian Defence Force (ADF) at a total cost of $3.5 billion.
In coordination with the German government, six U.S. Navy EA-18G Growlers traveled from Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island, Washington to Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, 28 March 2022, in order to bolster readiness, enhance NATO’s collective defense posture and further increase air integration capabilities with Allied and Partner nations.
The New Zealand Defence Force will sell two decommissioned Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) Inshore Patrol Vessels ex HMNZS Rotoiti and HMNZS Pukaki to the Republic of Ireland Department of Defence.