Croatia launches a new fighter procurement drive
Croatia has launched a second fighter procurement attempt after a widely-publicised failure to secure secondhand F-16s offered by the Israeli government.
Defence minister, Damir Krstičević has publicly confirmed that Zagreb has initiated negotiations with the US and Swedish governments for the purchase of a squadron of multi-role fighter aircraft. Recently ...
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Studio talks to Moshe Elazar, Executive VP, G.M. Land & Naval Division, at Rafael, about the company's current offerings in the RCWS space.
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