Procurement Article Archive 2005


Japan Throws Money at Missiles and ShipsSaudis Attach Strings to Typhoon Sale Iran Builds RPG-7 Under License
Pakistan Expands M109 Fleet F-35 Pushing Down Price of F-16 More Armored Trucks for Peacekeeping
China Buys Russian Jet Engines By The Gross Canada Buys More UAVs Russia Receives New Combat Aircraft
The Missing Mountain of MunitionsRussians Unleash the Lease Weapon Eagles in Southeast Asia
Russians Master Spares Venezuela Buys Russian High Performance Helicopters Russia Starts Buying Again
The Early Retirement Sell Cuba Sells Cold War Surplus to Venezuela India Loves Israeli UAVs
U.S. Army Battles For High Tech Dollars Russian Exports on a Roll Millions for Armor Piercing Bullets
More Strykers, Parts and Repairs U.S. Blocks Spanish Sale to VenezuelaHow Lasers Keep the B-52 Flying
The Shrinking Demand for F-35sGoing From Surplus to Cheap Nigeria Stays With Chinese Warplanes
Venezuela Shops For Politically Correct Weapons F-22 Enters Sort-Of-Mass Production Big Re-Order for Popular Combat Robots
Israelis Sell Record Number of UAVsMore Combat Robots OrderedSeptember 8, 2005
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