Weekend Briefing (2-6 January)

Welcome to Overt Defense’s first Weekend Briefing of the year. This is where we round up the week’s most interesting and important defense news. In this weekend’s issue, we cover Japan’s Tomahawk procurement, the German court’s ruling in the Haenel patent breach case, Lithuania’s order of CAESAR howitzers, AMX-10 RC pledged for Ukraine, Poland signing a deal for over 100 M1A1 Abrams and the latest news from around the world. You can check out all of this week’s articles down below.

Turkey Unveils The First Prototype of the HURJET Jet Trainer and Light Attack Aircraft

Japan to Purchase up to 500 Tomahawks Amidst Military Budget Expansion

Medvedev and Xi Meet in Beijing Amidst Ukraine Crisis

Argentina Signs Contract To Procure Israeli UVision HERO Loitering Munitions

German Court Rules Haenel Must Recall & Destroy CR223s

India’s TAPAS MALE UAV Enters User Trial Stage

Lithuania Plans Expansion of Ukrainian Training Program

Lithuania Signs Deal For 18 CAESAR II Artillery Systems From France

Indian Army Procures Milrem THeMIS UGV

Indian Navy To Lease DSRV Mothership/Submarine Tender And Fleet Tanker

Hundreds Of ATVs, Drones, Trucks To Be Procured By Indian Army To Improve Logistics Capabilities

Poland Signs Contract for More Than 100 M1A1 Abrams Tanks

Egypt Procures 12 Boeing CH-47F, To Phase Out Old CH-47D Fleet

France To Transfer AMX-10 RCs to Ukraine

Indian Navy Accepts Fifth Scorpene, DRDO AIP Targeted For 2024

Rheinmetall To Set Up RDX Plant In Hungary In Response To Increase In Demand

Ukraine to Receive US Bradley and German Marder IFVs

Rafael’s SPYDER Gains Counter Tactical Ballistic Missile Capability

Is Russia Running Short of Ammunition?

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