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CHINA PROVIDES BALLISTIC MISSILES TO ALGERIA
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
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.Source: CIA


Source: CIA


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ALGIERS - Algeria continues a string of military equipment purchases. The Algerian government is a major purchaser of Russian and Chinese made armaments. Now, Algeria is reportedly involved in talks with China to acquire SY-400 short-range ballistic missiles.

China's North Industries Group Corporation Ltd (NORINCO) displayed the SY-400 at the recent Zhuhai Air Show. The SY-400 would complement the Russian-built Iskander-E ballistic missile systems already in service. Algeria has also purchased the Chinese-made YJ-12B and CX-1 anti-ship cruise missiles.

Source:  Military Africa
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Author: Ekene Lionel 

 
ISRAEL FIRES MISSILE INTERCEPTOR FROM WARSHIP
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
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.Source: Israel Defense Forces


Source: Israel Defense Forces


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TEL AVIV - Israel has performed a test of a long-range missile interceptor. The LRAD missile, part of the Barak MX defense system, is developed by the Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI). A simulated advanced cruise missile was successfully intercepted.

The INS Magen, a Sa'ar 6-class corvette, took part in this test.

Source:  Times of Israel
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Author: Emanuel Fabian 

 
JAPAN CONSIDERS PURCHASE OF 500 TOMAHAWK MISSILES
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
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.Source: U.S. DoD


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TOKYO - Japan wants to enhance its long-range strike capability. An option for meeting this need is the U.S.-made Tomahawk cruise missile. Japan could order up to about 500 Tomahawk cruise missiles from the United States. These purchases could run through Fiscal Year 2027.

The number of missiles to be purchased may change. Should Japan purchase Tomahawk, the missiles are likely to equip Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyers. These is also an option for fitting the missiles on MSDF submarines.

Source:  Kyodo News
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