Weekend Briefing (25-29 July)

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 a multitude of topics including the Polish-Korean arms deal, Boeing workers preparing a strike, Kuwait weapons procurement for its Eurofighter Typhoon jets, Japan’s first successful scramjet engine test, and much more. You can check out the complete list of articles down below.

Russian Airstrike On Syrian Village Kills Four Children

US and Philippines Conduct Marine Aviation Exercise

Aotearoa New Zealand Kicks Off Operation Mahi Tahi

Kuwait To Purchase Bombs & Missiles for its Eurofighter Typoons from United States

Poland: Korean Arms Buy Contract Signings Expected

Japan Conducts first Successful Scramjet Engine Test

Anadolu Shipyard Delivers 3 Different Classes of Landing Craft to the Qatari Emiri Navy

Airbus’ A330 MRTT Certified For Daylight Automatic In-Flight Refueling

Space Development Agency Awards Tracking Layer Satellite Agreements

Turkey’s First Man-Portable Air Defense System SUNGUR Enters Service

India To Procure Guided Pinaka Rockets, Carbines And Drone Swarms

Poland Selects Leonardo AW149 Helicopters

Russian-backed Separatist Republics Recognized by DPRK as Russia Expresses Interest in Using North Korean Laborers

Turkish Aerospace Industries To Supply Six T-129 ATAK Helicopters To Nigeria

Indian Navy Receives Aircraft Carrier Vikrant And MH-60R Helicopters

Chad To Acquire HÜRKUŞ New Generation Basic Trainer Aircraft from TAI

Union Workers At Boeing Defense St. Louis Set To Strike

Poland Officially Signs South Korean Arms Deal – Deliveries To Start This Year

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