International defense industry agenda 8-14 May 2023

ASELSAN’s “smart traffic solutions” have begun operating on Azerbaijani highways.

Airbus Helicopters delivered its first H135 helicopter to the Spanish Air and Space Forces.

Brazil’s first Gripen fighter jet production line opened with the cooperation of Brazilian Embraer and Swedish Saab.

Shares of Greek defense company Intracom were sold to an Israeli Aviation and Space Industry firm.

An Su-25 fighter jet belonging to the Azerbaijani Air Forces successfully hit a target from 25km away with a KGK-83 developed by TÜBİTAK SAGE.

Rheinmetall received a tank munition order worth 200 million euros from an undisclosed European country.

The Bavar-373 Air Defense System developed by Iran was updated to be effective against ballistic missiles.

The US sold 8 attack helicopters to Poland and 192 joint light tactical vehicle heavy guns carriers to Slovakia.

Greece received the first two of 10 training aircraft it ordered from Italian company Leonardo.

China announced that it had delivered two battleships to the Pakistani navy.

The US announced that it would work in cooperation with Japan to develop a sea variant of its C-130 military transport aircraft.

International defense industry agenda 8-14 May 2023

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