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The German armed forces and federal police are strengthening their helicopter fleets, reports Airbus, which is supplying the aircraft. On Dec. 13, Airbus reported that the German military procurement agency (BAAINBw) had placed an order for seven H145…
The U.S. Navy has announced that six petty officers will be elevated to the rank of warrant officer-1 (W-1) next year, reports the Navy Times. The petty officers are all from the cryptologic technician ratings, the service said on Dec. 7. The selectees will…
The Kosovo Parliament has passed the laws necessary to transform its security forces into a standing army, reports the B92 media network (Serbia).  On Friday, all 105 lawmakers present voted in favor of the three draft laws to transform the Kosovo…
The U.S. and South Korean governments have not yet agreed on how to share the cost of maintaining U.S. troops on the Korean peninsula after President Trump called for Seoul to cover more of the burden, reports Reuters.  Three days of talks in Seoul have…
The Indian Supreme Court has ruled that no wrongdoing occurred in a decision to procure 36 French Rafale jets, reports the Times of India. On Friday, the panel declined to order a government probe into allegations of corruption surrounding the deal.  Judges…
Land reclamation work to build a new U.S. airbase in Okinawa, Japan, has begun, reports Japan's Kyodo news agency.  Work to fill about 388 acres (157 hectares) in Henoko bay at the future site began on Friday in the Henoko district.  The new site…