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US Troops Land in Israel for In-Person Part of So-Far Virtual Air Defense Drill

American transport planes touched down in Israel on Tuesday night, bringing US Air Force troops and equipment to take part in an in-person follow-up to an air defense exercise that was held virtually earlier this year, the US Air Force said.…

Defence Minister Peter Dutton says there are ‘no plans for Australian troops to return’ to Afghanistan

Australian troops will not return to Afghanistan, even if the nation's security deteriorates in the coming years, according to new Defence Minister Peter Dutton. Peter Dutton said it was "very unlikely" Australian troops would return if the…

Israel and Greece sign record defence deal

Israel and Greece have signed their biggest ever defence procurement deal, which Israel said on Sunday would strengthen political and economic ties between the countries, as the two countries' air forces launched a joint exercise. The agreement…
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New Zealand Defence Force withdraws remaining personnel from Afghanistan

The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) has withdrawn its remaining military troops from Afghanistan following a 20-year deployment. Last month, the New Zealand Government announced that it was set to conclude the deployment. Since the US-led…
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US Defense Secretary discusses bilateral partnership, peace process with Afghanistan president

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin reaffirmed mutual commitment to a strong partnership between the United States and Afghanistan and the importance of making urgent progress on the Afghan peace process during a call on Friday (local time) with…

Newest ADF leaders told they need to rebuild public trust following Afghanistan war crimes

The Governor-General has told the military's latest graduates they will need to "reassure and reaffirm" the relationship with the Australian public following last month's explosive Afghanistan war crimes report. Retired General David Hurley,…