International defense industry agenda 13 - 19 December 2021

The new Russian UCAV S-70 Ohotnik was taken out of the hangar for the first time and conducted live fire exercise.

The US Senate has approved $768 billion defense spending bill.

Turkish Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles purchased by Kyrgyzstan has reached the country.

Australia and South Korea signed a defense deal worth around $720m.

A Russian frigate hit underwater targets in the Sea of Japan with Otvet missiles in firing tests.

USA held the largest autonomous military air and land vehicles exercise in history.

India tested its new generation of supersonic missile and missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

The proposal to ban military autonomous vehicles was not accepted in the United Nations Arms Convention.

US, UK and Australian delegations hold their first meeting for nuclear submarine program.

Australia’s first MQ-4C Triton, produced by Northrop Grumman, completed a significant milestone when the aircraft fuselage was mounted onto its unique one-piece wing.

Britain introduced a new air defense system developed to neutralize Russian aircraft and missile threats.

NATO has announced that its military budget for 2022 will be 1.56 billion euros.

A US engineer arrested for trying to leak classified defense information to Russia.


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