Posts by Nicholas Fiorenza

in Ares Mar 13, 2014

Belgium And Netherlands Go Dutch With Artillery

Artillery is one of the many areas of defense cooperation between Belgium and the Netherlands....More
in Ares Feb 27, 2014

Ukraine Dominates Discussions of NATO Defense Ministers

The NATO defense ministers meeting held in Brussels on 26-27 February was dominated by events in Ukraine. After the first day of the meeting, NATO....More
in Ares Feb 18, 2014

Italian Eurofighters Intercept Ethiopian Airliner

The Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 767 which was hijacked on 17 February was intercepted by two Italian Eurofighters. The intercept took place at 5:07 CET....More
in Ares Feb 18, 2014

Cheetah Trainers

Four Jordanian air defense personnel are in the Netherlands for a seven-week train-the-trainer course on the Cheetah anti-aircraft tank....More
in Ares Feb 12, 2014

Aegis Forward Deployed To Europe

The first of four U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyers to be forward deployed as part of NATO's ballistic missile defense of allied populations and....More
in Ares Jan 30, 2014

Belgian Embraer To The Rescue

A Belgian air force Embraer was called in to bring Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and some of his ministers to a Spanish-Italian summit in Rome....More
in Ares Jan 20, 2014

Buffalo Recovers Tornado

A German army Bergepanzer 3 Büffel (Buffalo) armored recovery vehicle this morning retrieved the wreck of a crashed Luftwaffe Tornado....More
in Ares Jan 17, 2014

Finland Goes Dutch For Leopard 2 Tanks

Finland will sign an agreement with the Netherlands to buy 100 Leopard 2A6 tanks phased out by the Dutch army. The agreement will be signed on 20....More
in Ares Jan 02, 2014

Eagles Over Baltics

U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagles are relieving the Belgian air force F-16s conducting NATO's Baltic air policing of the airspace of the three Baltic....More
in Ares Dec 19, 2013

First Dutch F-35 Solo Flight

Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) Major Laurens Jan Vijge yesterday became the first Dutch pilot to fly the F-35 solo....More

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