International Defense Industry Agenda 18 - 24 July 2022

South Korea’s KAI KF-21 Boramae fighter aircraft successfully performed its first test flight.

Northrop Grumman announced that it has entered the prototype stage for its new laser weapon system.

Israel-based Rafael introduced its newly developed precision-guided missile system.

The Royal Moroccan Air Force has ordered a basic military training helicopter from Airbus.

Raytheon successfully tested a hypersonic missile, which reaches five times the speed of sound.

Kuwait Air Force ordered $397 million worth of equipment and ammunition from the United States for its planes.

Israel Aerospace Industries announced that they are working on the use of Heron UAVs on aircraft carriers.

The US State Department approved Raytheon's $130 million sale of light torpedoes and related equipment to South Korea.

German defense firm Rheinmetall introduced its latest armored combat vehicle to the Greek Army.

Poland purchased 116 used Abrams main battle tanks from the USA.

Israel Aerospace Industries sold special mission aircraft worth approximately 200 million dollars to a NATO country.

The US Air Force has announced that its new electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft has successfully performed its first test flight.

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