Japanese Defence News
News from last week remained a bit in countries of international news exchange. The United States and Japan are considering nuclear missiles' deployment in the Land of the Rising Sun (Japan - ed.).
After years of behind-the-scenes deals between the two countries' predecessors, Biden and Suga have agreed to sign a one-year agreement that satisfies both sides, the Japan Times reported.
Approximately $ 150 million will invest the Land of the Rising Sun in developing a new aircraft for conducting electronic warfare, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned, citing Naked Science.
Japanese submarine JS Soryu hit the bottom of the Hong Kong-registered ship Ocean Artemis with a pavilion, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
The Japanese Ministry of Defense is planning significant investments in its air force. According to Junnosuke Kobara, author of the Japanese online publication Nikkei Asia, the Land of the Rising Sun is beginning to develop unmanned attack fighter.
Japan may lose Hokkaido Island if it does not stop provocations near the Russian borders. These conclusions voiced experts in the Chinese media, including Sina.
According to publications in the Japanese press, the plan was already approved by the Japanese government. The new Japanese anti-ship missiles will be designed to be launched both from land and from ships and aircraft.
Lockheed Martin has been chosen as a significant partner of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in the Japanese F-X fighter program, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24 and according to report from Nikkei.com.
The Russian Naval Forces ships will conduct exercises with NATO countries off Pakistan's coast for the first time in ten years, learned BulgarianMilitary.com ciitng the Russian Black Sea Fleet statement.
Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace announced that it had signed a contract with Japan worth NOK 820 million for the supply of JSM missiles for the 5th generation F-35A Lightning II machines
Japan's Air Force officially retired its last Phantom fighter jets on November 20 with a live broadcast ceremony. The McDonnell F-4 flew for the Japanese for almost half a century - now the two-seater is passing the baton on to the F-35
It was from a tweet that BulgarianMilitary.com learned that Japan already has a second frigate, Kumano, which was developed by the Japanese companies Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding
BulgarianMilitary.com learned through a post on the official Twitter account of the Japanese Navy that the Land of the Rising Sun has not one, but five brand new Japanese-made submarine-hunting aircraft.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has been designated as the prime contractor for the Japanese F-X's next-generation fighter program, the Japanese Defense Ministry said
In the background of the ongoing US-Japanese military exercises with the participation of the Canadian ship, assurances were made that Washington was supporting the Japanese position around the disputed Senkaku islands.
The governments of Japan and the United States will work together to prepare a missile detection and tracking system using numerous small satellites. They will be launched into an orbit with an altitude of 300-1000 kilometers.
The American military-political publication National Interest has presented a list of the five most formidable air forces in the world. Let's take a look at it.
At the Kisarazu airbase , the ceremony of handing over the second MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor to the Japanese Self-Defense Forces took place on August 10, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The Japanese Ministry of Defense announced that the responsibility for the construction of the next-generation fighter, currently known as the F-X, will be taken by a single company, which will be a "single prime" contractor
The expected appointment of Donna Welton to the position of the head of the department of negotiations and agreements at the State Department is an announcement that Japan will soon have to agree with the US.