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The organizational structure within the framework of building the national army

The organizational structure within the framework of building the national army

This article deals with the process of military construction of the army from an organizational point of view. Whereas the building of the army is affected by the political and…

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The "Pegasus" spying program ... The new Trojan horse.

The Pegasus spy program is a system designed by the Israeli company (NSO), which specializes in programs for electronic warfare and digital espionage, and was established in 2010 by Unit…

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Libya | Within the annual GFP ranking of the most powerful armies in the world 2023, Libya ranks fourteenth in the Arab world, tenth in Africa, and eighty in the world.

Libya | Within the annual GFP ranking of the most powerful armies in the world 2023, Libya ranks fourteenth in the Arab world, tenth in Africa, and eighty in the world.

The Libyan army ranked fourth, 14th in the Arab world, and the 10th in the armies of African countries, and the 80th in the world. Libya got a score of…

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Al-Musallah congratulates you on the 71st anniversary of Libya's Independence Day.

Al-Musallah congratulates you on the 71st anniversary of Libya's Independence Day.

The editorial board of Al-Musallah magazine and all its employees extend their warmest congratulations and sincere wishes to the members of the Libyan army and the sons of our honorable…

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Albacete, Airbus Helicopters celebrated the tenth anniversary of its Albacete factory, underlining the essential role that the Spanish plant will play as part of the company’s new industrial strategy. The same day, a ceremony was presided in Albacete by the Spanish Minister of Defense

Maria Dolores de Cospedal, who took the opportunity to sign the handover certificate for two H215s to the Spanish Air Force’s 802 Squadron/RCC Canarias as well as two HAD/E Tigers and an NH90 for the Spanish Army Airmobile Force (FAMET).

Along with production sites in France and Germany, the Albacete plant will become a centre of excellence for the manufacture of major components assemblies, bringing increased quality and competitiveness as well as long-term visibility for the industrial activity in Albacete. The Spanish plant will specialize in the production and integration of the rear fuselages of all Airbus helicopters for the global market.

"We are especially proud of our 10-year presence in Spain and we want the country to be a key part of our shared project to maintain our status as the world’s leading helicopter manufacturer," said Guillaume Faury, Airbus Helicopters CEO. "Adapting to the market situation, we have transformed our company to become more competitive and increased our industrial efficiency by specialising our production sites and expanding their competences," he added.

Airbus Helicopters’ strategy in Spain also includes the creation of a National Support Centre that will support the helicopter fleets of the Spanish Ministry of Defense. In doing so, the centre will perform a similar role to existing sites in France and Germany. 

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