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U.S. Navy orders additional Littoral Combat Ship

U.S. Navy orders additional Littoral Combat Ship

The U.S. Navy has ordered additional Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), 16th Freedom-variant LCS ordered to date. The U.S. Nav is moving on with plans to equip its fleet of small…

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Pictures of China’s new multirole helicopter

Pictures of China’s new multirole helicopter

A new photo has surfaced that appears to show a new variant of the Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation (CAIC) Z-8 multirole medium-lift helicopter, according to Scramble Magazine report.The image of…

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Second GlobalEye AEW&C aircraft takes flight

Second GlobalEye AEW&C aircraft takes flight

On 3 January, Saab completed the successful maiden flight of the second GlobalEye multi-mission airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft in Linköping, Sweden. “The first flight of the second…

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U.S. Army buys 50 improved Sentinel radars.

U.S. Army buys 50 improved Sentinel radars.

The U.S. Army has ordered 50 additional AN/MPQ 64A3 Enhanced Sentinel A3 radars, the Pentagon said on Friday. The deal, announced by the U.S. Department of Defense on 28 December,…

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UK Minister Hugh Robertson at Tripoli Medical Centre to meet victims of the Gharghour atrocity  Read more: http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/11/19/zeidan-asks-for-quicker-visas-as-uk-minister-praises-gharghour-protestors

UK Foreign Office Minister Hugh Robertson meets injured protesters and emphasises UK support for Libyan security, justice and defence

FCO Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa, Hugh Robertson, arrived in Tripoli on Monday for his first visit to Libya since taking up the position last month. His visit focused on the UK’s support for the Libyan security, justice and defence sectors.

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By ESAM MOHAMED and MAGGIE MICHAEL Associated Press
TRIPOLI, Libya November 17, 2013 (AP)

Libya's military swept into the capital Monday with dozens of pickup trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns in an operation to drive out militiamen, met by a warm welcome from Libyans seething with anger against the numerous armed groups running rampant in the country.

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