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Russian Armored Carrier Will Get Protection from High-Explosive Shells and Munitions

MOSCOW, (BM) - Russia’s BTR-82 armored personnel carrier (APC) upgraded to the BTR-82AT level will get protection from high-explosive shells and munitions, learned Bulgarianmilitary.com, according CEO of the Military Industrial Company (the manufacturer of APCs) Alexander Krasovitsky statement. Read more: Belgium Upgrades Based Communication

If Turkey Wants Su-35, Russia is Ready to Discuss the Purchase and Delivery

MOSCOW, (BM) - Russia’s Rostec state corporation is ready to supply Su-35 fighter jets to Turkey if Ankara expresses an interest in their purchase, Rostec chief Sergei Chemezov stated on Thursday, learned Bulgarianmilitary.com, quoting TASS. "If our Turkish colleagues express an interest, we are ready to discuss the deliveries of Su-35," the

Russia and India Continue Negotiations for Su-57 PAK FA Delivery

NEW DELHI, (BM) - Russia continues to negotiate the delivery of fifth-generation Su-57 PAK FA fighter jets to India but supplying the aircraft to the Russian Air Force remains a priority, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Air Recognition. Russia offers India to resume its participation in a joint program on developing the fifth-generation

India Buys Medium Range Surface-to-Air Missile Systems for $50 Million

NEW DELHI, (BM) - Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) announced Wednesday it has signed a $50 million follow-up agreement to provide the Indian Navy and MDL Shipyard with complementary Naval MRSAM (Medium Range Surface-to-Air Missile) systems, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Israel Defence. The agreement involves a range of maintenance and

Second Maya-class Destroyer for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force

TOKYO, (BM) - Shipbuilding company Japan Marine United (JMU) Corporation launched the second of two Maya (Improved Atago)-class destroyers on order for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) on 17 July, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Jane`s. Named Haguro (pennant number 180), the 170 m-long vessel entered the water in a ceremony

Pakistan Arrested an Islamist Cleric Whom the US Has Designated as a Terrorist

ISLAMABAD, (BM) - Police in Pakistan have arrested an Islamist cleric whom the United States has designated as a global terrorist for his alleged role in the deadly 2008 attacks on the Indian city of Mumbai, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting VOA News. Hafiz Saeed, the founder of the outlawed Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant group and head

Russia Launched a Moskit Cruise Missile During the Exercise in East Sea (Video)

MOSCOW, (BM) - Russia launched a Moskit cruise missile during the exercise in East Sea, learned Bulgarianmilitary.com, according the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation released video. The P-270 Moskit or SS-N-22 Sunburn is a medium-range supersonic anti-ship cruise missile with sea-skimming capability. Originally designed to be a

India is Planning to Buy Drones in Order to Secure the International Borders

NEW DELHI, (BM) - Indian Army is planning to make a large scale purchase of drones in order to secure the international borders, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Army Recognition. The drones to be purchased by the Indian Army will help its huge force of 1.2 million soldiers in maintaining a strong surveillance system at the borders shared

Exercises of Russia`s T-72B3 Tanks, Grad Rocket Systems and UAVs Near Volga Area

MOSCOW, (BM) - Armored units in the Nizhny Novgorod Region in the Volga area are holding drills at the Mulino practice range, using T-72B3 tanks, Grad multiple launch rocket systems and unmanned aerial vehicles, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting TASS. Read more: Russia`s Surface-to-Air Missile Has Destroyed over 100 Enemy Missiles in

Pakistan Demanded India Removes Its Military Jets from the Pakistani-Indian Border

ISLAMABAD, (BM) - Pakistan has declined the request to open its airspace for Indian commercial flights and demanded that New Delhi first removes its military jets from the Pakistani-Indian border, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting GlobalSecurity and according Aviation Secretary Shahrukh Nusrat statement on Friday. "The Indian government

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