The army to secure the 2024 Olympics? Gérald Darmanin does not dismiss it completely, as a last resort

The army to secure the 2024 Olympics Gerald Darmanin does

The Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games will not only be a great celebration of sport between nations. It is also a challenge in terms of security. For the opening ceremony planned along the Seine alone – ie outside a stadium, a first – 600,000 people are expected. The bill on the Olympics, examined since … Read more

The army is concerned that Canada is not part of the AUKUS pact

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OTTAWA — The Canadian Armed Forces high command is concerned about not having access to state-of-the-art technological means because Canada is not part of a security pact signed by its closest allies, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. The trilateral treaty, also known by the acronym “AUKUS”, was announced in September 2021. For … Read more

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army also develops an All-Domain doctrine – Meta-Defense.fr

The Chinese Peoples Liberation Army also develops an All Domain doctrine

As we have repeatedly written, while Western media and political attention, including in the United States, is today focused on Russia and the conflict in Ukraine, it is indeed China that preoccupies the Pentagon’s strategists above all. Indeed, apart from its nuclear capabilities, Moscow no longer has the military, economic and demographic capabilities to represent … Read more

Lessons learned from the war in Ukraine | The Canadian army wants to procure new equipment

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(Ottawa) The war in Ukraine has exposed critical gaps in the Canadian Army’s ability to fight and survive on the battlefield, leading to an unforeseen rush to purchase new military equipment. Updated Dec 29. 2022 Lee Berthiaume The Canadian Press In an interview with The Canadian Press, the Commander of the Canadian Army, Lieutenant-General Jocelyn … Read more

Canadian Army wants to acquire new weapons by learning lessons from Ukraine

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OTTAWA — The war in Ukraine has exposed critical gaps in the Canadian Army’s ability to fight and survive on the battlefield, leading to an unforeseen rush to purchase new military equipment. In an interview with The Canadian Press, the Commander of the Canadian Army, Lieutenant-General Jocelyn Paul explains that it is a question of … Read more

War in Ukraine, live: Russia wants to deploy a new hypersonic missile against kyiv and increase the strength of its army to 1.5 million soldiers

War in Ukraine live Russia wants to deploy a new

Cover image: Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, speaks as Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, left, and Chief of the General Staff General Valery Gerasimov attend a meeting with senior officers at Moscow, Russia, Wednesday December 21, 2022. Sergey Fadeichev / AP The Ukrainian president is expected in Washington today. According to CNN, which cites two … Read more

US Army struggles to find the recruits it needs to win the fight of the future – Reuters

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The US military is spending more than ever on technology to replace aging military infrastructure, from artificial intelligence to new combat machines moving 1980s tanks off the battlefield. But the US Army secretary says the nation risks falling behind in the race against China if it cannot recruit enough Americans into the service to be … Read more

Tunisia: the army announces that it has killed three jihadists

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AMMAN: Jordan said its pressure on Israel had led to the halting of all international flights departing from Ramon Airport in the city of Eilat. Transport Minister Wajih Azaizeh said the country’s objection to the airport in the Red Sea port city had prompted the facility to operate only domestic flights. According to the list … Read more

Australia: an army of seed-sowing drones

Every year, thousands of plant and animal species disappear from the surface of the Earth. For many scientists, this observation even attests that a sixth mass extinction is in progress. But it is not (yet) too late to halt the decline of biodiversity through innovative solutions. In Australia, a veritable army of seed-sowing drones has … Read more