Weekend Briefing (9-13 January)

Welcome to Overt Defense’s Weekend Briefing, this is where we round up the week’s most interesting and important defense news. In this weekend’s edition, we cover Canada’s F-35 procurement, the North Korean drone incursions, the US Navy’s procurement of the XQ-58A, the Polish decision to send Leopards to Ukraine, Magni-X UAVs for British Army, and the latest news from around the world. You can check out all of this week’s articles down below.

US Navy Purchases XQ-58A Valkyrie

Niger Air Force Receives Third and Last C-130 Hercules Military Transport Aircraft

Polish Armed Forces To Form a New Division

Canada Announces Procurement Of 88 F-35A Fighters For $14 Billion

Turkish Armed Forces Receive 6 More FIRTINA-II 155 mm Self-Propelled Howitzers From BMC

South Korean Government Admits North Korean Drone Penetrated Presidential Office Security Zone

Turkish UGV BARKAN Successfully Fires Its First Guided Missile

Australia & Romania Opt For Naval Strike Missiles

Breaking: Poland Ready To Transfer Leopard 2 Tanks To Ukraine

Poland Takes the Lead Suggesting the Formation of a Coalition to Provide Tanks to Ukraine

British Army Selects Magni-X UAS from Elbit Systems UK

Indian Army To Procure HELINA ATGMs & VSHORADS, More BrahMos Missiles Approved For Navy

Pentagon Considers Sending Strykers To Ukraine

Will the Polish Army Resort To Conscription This Year?

EDITORIAL: The Future of Russian Arms Exports

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