(Europa) Finnische Streitkräfte
Hier noch der Original Artikel der Financial Times! Dieser beschreibt nochmal detaillierter wie das zivil- militärische Verteidigungskonzept aussieht https://www.ft.com/content/c5e376f9-7351...73b2ef1924
Zitat:Finnish Navy Receives 4th And Final Hamina-Class FAC

Patria Group announced Sept. 13, 2022, that it has delivered the fourth and final modernized Hamina-class missile boat to the Finnish Navy at Upinniemi. [...] The fourth modernized Hamina-Class missile boat, called Pori, started its sea acceptance tests related to the commissioning of the boat already in the spring, which continued over the summer. Four missile boats in total were modernized between 2018-2022 as a part of the MLU project, providing new capabilities to the Finnish Navy. [...]

Patria is owned by the State of Finland (50.1%) and Norwegian Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS (49.9%). Patria owns 50% of Nammo, and together these three companies form a leading Nordic defence partnership.

Zitat:Finland Buys Israel’s David’s Sling For Huge Air Defense Upgrade

David’s Sling is a huge upgrade for Finland’s air defenses and will protect the country from ballistic and other high-speed missiles. [...]

NATO’s newest member, Finland, announced Wednesday it will procure the David’s Sling medium-range air defense system from Israel. This is the first export customer for the system. [...] The acquisition, valued at $345 million not including value added tax with options adding up to an additional $236 million, “will create a new capability for the Finnish Defense Forces to intercept targets at high altitude,” Finnish Defense Minister Antti Kaikkonen said in a statement. “At the same time we are continuing the ambitious and long-term development of Finland’s defense capability in a new security environment.”

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Zitat:Israel signs landmark deal to sell David’s Sling air defense system to Finland

Agreement is the first international sale of the system, which has been used alongside other defenses in Israel’s ongoing war against Hamas. [...]

Israel’s Defense Ministry signed an agreement for the sale of the David’s Sling air defense system to Finland on Sunday, in a first-of-its-kind deal estimated at 317 million euros (NIS 1.3 billion).

The deal was hailed by Director General Eyal Zamir as a “historic agreement” and was signed at an event attended by Finland’s Ambassador to Israel Nina Nordström and Finnish Defense Attaché to Israel Col. Oula Asteljoki.


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