Weekend Briefing (3-7 May)

This week at Overt Defense we took a closer look at the Mi-35 downed in Burma, the shocking testimony of ex-Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher and trials of new supersonic cruise missiles by the Russian Navy. China is seeking opportunities to open a substantial naval bases on the Atlantic Coast and Egypt has purchased Dassault Rafale fighters from France. This and more can be found in our weekly Weekend Briefing below.

Russian Navy’s First Supersonic Cruise Missile Test In The Black Sea

Best And Final Offers For Finland’s HX Program Received

Top US, Korean and Japanese Military Officials Meet in Hawaii

Kachin Independence Army Claims Downing Of Tatmadaw Mi-35 Attack Helicopter

Italian Air Force Dispatches Four F-35A Stealth Fighters to Estonia

Turkey to Use Target Practice UAVs as “Kamikaze Drones”

Turkey Donates Tuğra Tank Carriers to North Macedonia

Turkey Successfully Tests Domestically Produced HİSAR-A Missile System

Space National Guard Coming Soon

British Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Outlines Anti-tank Project Details

US Army Launches ‘Fires Shock’ Series of Exercises Throughout Europe and North Africa

Sentinel Photonics Awarded UK Government Funding

British Ships Dispatched to Jersey Due to Dispute with France

Egypt Purchases 30 Dassault Rafale Fighter Jets from France

New Textron Prototype for USMC Reconnaissance Vehicle Unveiled

Chinese Bases May Soon Appear on the Atlantic Coast

Former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher Admits to Crimes in Iraq

The Greek Navy Receives First Upgraded Aegean Hawk S-70 Helicopter

US Soldiers Drugged in a Polish Strip Club

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