Weekend Briefing (29 November – 3 December)

Welcome to Overt Defense’s Weekend Briefing where we round up the week’s most interesting and important defense news. This week we examined new Pakistani ballistic missiles, deployment of Harry S. Truman carrier strike group, and retirement of Super Hornets in both Australia and Canada. We also took a detailed look at South Korea’s newest air launched cruise missile. The list of articles is, as always, available below.

Fijian Troops Join Growing International Mission in the Solomon Islands as Toll of Unrest Becomes Clear

Pakistan Successfully Tests The Shaheen-1A Ballistic Missile

The US Donates 44 M1117 Armored Security Vehicles To Greece

Kazakhstan Purchases Three ANKA-S UAVs from Turkey

Cape Class vessels TTS Port of Spain and TTS Scarborough commissioned into Trinidad and Tobago Coast Guard

Taiwanese Air Force Receives First Production Brave Eagle Trainer

MDA Selects Three Companies For Its Hypersonic Defense Missile

Croatia Signs For Used French Air Force Dassault Rafales

Military Helicopter Crash In Azerbaijan Leaves 14 Troops Dead

Super Hornet Officially Out Of Canadian Hornet Replacement Program

Australia Officially Retires Classic Hornets After 35 Years Of Service

Cheonryong: South Korea’s New Air Launched Cruise Missile

Iranian Forces Clash with Taliban Forces on Afghan Border

Norway Sells 12 F-16s to Draken as Retirement Looms

Spain Receives First A330 Ahead of MRTT Conversion

USS Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group Begins Deployment.

Secretary of State Blinken: “Severe Costs” For Further Russian Aggression Against Ukraine

United Arab Emirates Becomes First Export Rafale F4 Customer

Saab Partners With Nammo, Nordic Shelter For Further Ground Launched SDB Development

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