Archive for June 4th, 2010

Gates: China’s military leaders unwilling to have stronger ties with U.S.

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Shortly after arriving in Singapore for the Shangri-la Dialogue, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates told reporters that China’s military leaders are unwilling to foster closer relations with the U.S. compare to their civilian leaders. read more »

Philippines to buy 8 Polish combat utility helicopters

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Philippines has decided buy eight new combat utility helicopters from Poland instead of second-hand Cobra attack helicopters from Israel.

German bomb disposal experts killed while trying to defuse WW2 bomb

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Three German bomb disposal experts were killed while they were trying to diffused a 1,000-pound American WW2 bomb in the city of Goettingen late on Tuesday.

Oman in talks over JAS-39

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Writers of this $30 report claims that Oman has renewed talks with Sweden to buy the JAS-39 Gripen fighter.

Soko J-22 Orao crashed

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A Serbian Soko J-22 Orao crashed into Gružansko Lake on Thursday.  The pilot ejected safely.