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April 8, 2022 | Local, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security

Le Canada va augmenter ses dépenses militaires et revoir ses objectifs de défense, il cite la guerre en Russie

Le Canada va légèrement augmenter ses dépenses militaires au cours des cinq prochaines années et revoir sa politique de défense globale à la suite de l'invasion russe en Ukraine, a déclaré le...

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  • Canadian firms could be in the running to repair F-35 parts - but will they succeed in such a bid?

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    Canadian firms could be in the running to repair F-35 parts - but will they succeed in such a bid?

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