Polish Defence news
Poland's WZL 2 S.A., signed contracts worth $8 million million with the 3rd Regional Logistics Base for the supply of three RD-33 Series 2 turbojet engines for the MiG-29 fighters currently in service with the Polish Armed Forces
Since Ukraine gained independence, we have not received a single new military aircraft. The oldest military aircraft in our country are 52 years old, says the commander of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Serhiy Drozdov
In an interview for Defence24, Krystian Chmielewski from Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace Poland presented the areas of possible cooperation with the Polish defense industry, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The Command of the Naval Port in Gdynia has announced a tender for the overhaul of the OTO Melara cannon on the ORP "Ślązak" patrol corvette, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Polish media Defence24.
The modernization of the Polish Mi-24 attack helicopters continues, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according Col. Waldemar Bogusławski, Deputy Head of the Armament Inspectorate for Aviation and Maritime Technology and citing Defence24.
The Polish Parliamentary National Defense Commission supported the draft law allowing the ratification of the Polish-American agreement on expanding defense cooperation
Russian-Belarusian military maneuvers will now be held at the forefront of NATO all year round, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Free Press. The joint exercises of the two armies of the Union State "Slavic Brotherhood-2020"
The FlyEye unmanned aerial system developed by the WB GROUP is the only advanced military equipment developed in Poland, offered by NSPA - the NATO defense support and procurement agency.
The new plant located in Dęblin will participate in the supply chain of PAC-3 MSE missiles for the Patriot air defense system for the Polish Armed Forces, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
TRM Tactical Mobility Robots will go to Israel and France. Officers from these countries have ordered TRM robots in a configuration with the ability to carry and fire flashbang grenades, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
"We see the Polish side's willingness to partner in the development of advanced Harpi Szpon unmanned systems," said Jack O'Banion, vice president for strategy and customer requirements at Lockheed Martin
PGZ and the Ministry of National Defense officially confirm that talks with the American concern Raytheon regarding the finalization of the agreement on the contracts for the performance of offset obligations related to the purchase of the Patriot system are being continued.
The Ministry of Finance informed that an amount much higher than that guaranteed in the Budget Act for 2020 is planned for expenditure related to national defense, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
Work on the US Air Force's first F-35A F-35A multi-role multi-role aircraft base located outside the United States is prolonged and will cost more, the US Air Force reported, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
The command of the Fifth Corps of the US Army, formerly located in Germany, is stationed in Poland. The US Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher announced the commencement of the command center's activities today, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Russian disinformation uses fabricated content published in Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. FireEye has conducted an analysis of publications appearing on the web and concludes - these are elements of a wider campaign of influence.
However, new artillery assets must be supplemented by both support systems, including reconnaissance, and appropriate ammunition, allowing them to take full advantage of their capabilities.
The Russian self-propelled anti-tank gun "Sprut-SDM1", which India is thinking about buying, will effectively fight the military equipment of a potential enemy, writes the Polish edition of Defense24, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The author of the material, Dan Gure, suggested that "the Polish armed forces will have to fight Russia without the main battle tanks." The article notes that Poland is located next to Russia, which makes it "an important factor in NATO's defense plans."
Poland will most likely be one of the countries to which these, mostly several-year-old vessels, will be offered. It would be the final end of dreams of modernizing the Polish Navy and the Polish shipbuilding industry.