Weekend Briefing (3-7 October)

Welcome to Overt Defense’s Weekend Briefing where we round up the week’s most interesting and important defense news. In this weekend’s issue, we cover Indonesia Rafale Contract, the Space Force’s new song, the UK launching its cyber academy, US Army failing recruitment quotas and much more. You can check out all of this week’s articles down below.

Satellite Imagery Shows China Utilizing Civilian Ferries in Seaborne Assault Drills

Indonesia’s Rafale Contract In Force: MoD Spokesperson

Space Force Drops New Service Song, Is It a Failure to Launch?

US Intelligence Community Launches Research Into AI That Can Conceal – Or Expose – Authorship

Sweden Lifts Export Restrictions On Military Equipment To Turkey On The Way To Becoming a NATO Member

Bayraktars Arriving in Somalia, Nigeria and Albania – Japan May be Next

Kuwait To Procure $250 Million Worth of Ammunition For its M1A2K Abrams Main Battle Tanks

Nations Supplying Ukraine With Military Aid Discuss Standardization

Poorly Designed CIA Websites Likely Got Spies Killed

Light Combat Helicopter ‘Prachand’ Inducted Into Indian Air Force

Poland Purchases Korean K4 Grenade Launchers

Greece Commissions The Seventh And Last Roussen-Class Fast Attack Missile Craft

India’s Astra Mk-II Missile Revealed In IAF Promotional Video

First Japanese Air Defense Radar For the Philippines Completed

UK Launching New £50 Million Cyber Academy

India Considering Indigenous Alternative To Ka-31 AEW Helicopters

US Army 15,000 Short of FY 2022 Recruitment Goal

US Space Force Acquiring Space Development Agency and New Chief

Taiwan Defense Budget Up 12.9%

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