Weekend Briefing (6-10 June)

Welcome to Overt Defense’s Weekend Briefing where we round up the week’s most exciting and important defense news. In this weekend’s issue, we cover many topics including Australian P-8 interception, the role of US ISR in the Ukraine War, the new French SSBN entering service, and many more. You can check out the complete list of articles down below.

Aussie P-8 Intercepted Over South China Sea

Swedish Government Crisis Leaves NATO Membership Bid Hanging In The Balance

Next-Generation French Nuclear Attack Submarine Suffren Enters Service

Raytheon Awarded $625 million FIM-92 Stinger Contract

UK Public Accounts Committee Head: “Fix or Fail” Ajax Program

North and South Korea conduct Dueling Missile Exercises

India Clears Acquisition Proposals Worth $9.8 Billion

Scholz: No Request From Spain To Deliver Leopard 2 Tanks To Ukraine Yet

AH-64Es and More MH-60Rs for Australia

Spatial Disorientation Responsible For Fatal January JASDF Aggressor Crash

EFES-2022: One of Turkey’s Largest Exercises Begins

Indian Navy Stealth Frigate Visits Manila On Western Pacific Deployment

The Role of United States ISR in Ukraine

SASR War Crimes Allegations Update

BAE Systems Debuts Jamming-Resistant Guided Weapon GPS Receiver

Britons, Moroccan National Sentenced To Death In Russian “Show Trial”

Turkey Showcases The New Kargı Kamikaze Drone For The First Time

Swedish Government Wins Respite, But Uncertainty Still Surrounds NATO Membership Odds

Norway Seeks Return, Refund Of NH90 Helicopter Fleet

India Expands Vietnam Ties With Mutual Logistics Pact, Joint Vision Statement

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