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Exército Polaco
« em: Janeiro 05, 2023, 07:48:17 pm »
Additional 116 Abrams M1A1 Tanks to Be Supplied to Polish Army

Jan. 05, 2023
(Source: Polish Ministry of National Defense; issued Jan. 04, 2023)

https://www.defense-aerospace.com/poland-orders-116-m-1a1-abrams-tanks-in-1-4-billion-deal/
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #1 em: Janeiro 10, 2023, 03:01:28 pm »
New Polish 1st Legions Infantry Division created and to receive best equipment available

Mariusz Błaszczak, Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of National Defense, on January 9 approved the concept of creating the 1st Legions Infantry Division, Ewa Korsak reports in Polska Zbrojna. The new formation is to operate in the east of Poland, primarily in the Podlaskie Voivodeship, and its soldiers will receive the latest equipment available to the Polish army. The division will consist of four brigades.

"We are saturating the eastern part of our country with the Polish Army. Today I accepted the concept of creating the 1st Legions Infantry Division », said Deputy Prime Minister Mariusz Błaszczak in Białystok, where he met with the soldiers of the 18th Reconnaissance Regiment. The new tactical unit is to be developed primarily in the Podlaskie Voivodeship, Ewa Korsak reports. "The 1st Legions Infantry Division will be established between the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodship, where the 16th Mechanized Division operates, and the Mazowieckie and Lubelskie Voivodships, where the 18th Mechanized Division operates", said Błaszczak.

It will be the 5th tactical formation in the land forces (the other four are: the 11th Armored Cavalry Division and the 12th, 16th and 18th Mechanized Divisions). We create it in a "four" system: the division will have four brigades, and each of them will consist of four battalions", said the Deputy Prime Minister who also informed that the units will be located in the cities of the Podlaskie Voivodeship: Łomża, Grajewo, Kolno, Czerwony Bór and Siemiatycze.

In addition to the mechanized battalions, an artillery battalion will also be created. "The experience of the war in Ukraine shows that artillery plays a key role in effective defense", noted the head of the Ministry of National Defense. The headquarters of the 1st Legions Infantry Division will be located in Ciechanów. A tank battalion will also be established in this city. "The choice of these locations is supported by military analyzes", noted Mariusz Błaszczak. The Deputy Prime Minister added that some units of the new division will be created this year.

The 1st Legions Infantry Division will be equipped with the most modern weapons. It will receive, among others, K2 tanks, Abrams tanks, K9 howitzers, Krabs and Gladius unmanned systems. " We want to make the most of the purchased weapons, which are already reaching Poland", said Mariusz Błaszczak.

Gen. Brig. Norbert Iwanowski, former commander of the 15th Mechanized Brigade, and former head of the Intelligence Analysis Department at the General Staf, said: "I based it on three pillars: the first, designated by Deputy Prime Minister Mariusz Błaszczak, is the framework for the shape of the division, its size and the equipment it will have. The second pillar is the experience of forming the 18th Mechanized Division. The third is both building the size of the division (it's about soldiers and equipment) and achieving combat capability in the domestic and allied context". The general announced that the 1st Legions Infantry Division would be capable of military combat and combat against non-military threats, such as the effects of natural disasters.

The new tactical relationship refers to the historical 1st Infantry Division of Józef Piłsudski's Legions. "This formation became famous for its tough and decisive attitude in 1920, when it regained Białystok from the Russians", reminded Deputy Prime Minister Błaszczak.

https://www.armyrecognition.com/defense_news_january_2023_global_security_army_industry/new_polish_1st_legions_infantry_division_created_and_to_receive_best_equipment_available.html
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #2 em: Janeiro 26, 2023, 07:51:55 pm »
 

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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #3 em: Janeiro 27, 2023, 03:54:10 pm »
https://twitter.com/ObaraMarek/status/1618669746962178048?s=20&t=9KGussGzo_zaroJZgI5MWQ
Mais 12 K9 para os polacos acabaram de chegar

Os Sul Coreanos a produzir são umas máquinas, não vejo mais ninguém com esta capacidade de fornecer em tão pouco tempo tanto material.
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #4 em: Janeiro 27, 2023, 04:02:22 pm »
https://twitter.com/ObaraMarek/status/1618669746962178048?s=20&t=9KGussGzo_zaroJZgI5MWQ
Mais 12 K9 para os polacos acabaram de chegar

Os Sul Coreanos a produzir são umas máquinas, não vejo mais ninguém com esta capacidade de fornecer em tão pouco tempo tanto material.
São K-9's desviados das encomendas para o próprio exército, o mesmo acontece com os K2

Mesmo assim a produção deles é relativamente elevada, penso que cerca de 100 K9 por ano, nada mau
 

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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #5 em: Janeiro 27, 2023, 04:33:01 pm »
Os Polacos a darem uma bela machadada à Industria Europeia, e é o que merecemos.

Andamos todos adormecidos, parecem todos umas baratas tontas.
 

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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #6 em: Janeiro 27, 2023, 04:39:38 pm »
Os Polacos a darem uma bela machadada à Industria Europeia, e é o que merecemos.

Andamos todos adormecidos, parecem todos umas baratas tontas.
Sim e não
Não se esqueçam que eles irão também produzir K2 e K9
Mesmo o Krab produzido por eles já era o chassis do K9 e torre do AS-90
 

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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #7 em: Janeiro 27, 2023, 05:25:02 pm »
Os Polacos a darem uma bela machadada à Industria Europeia, e é o que merecemos.

Andamos todos adormecidos, parecem todos umas baratas tontas.

Eles vão produzir os mesmos K2 que estão a receber da CS.

Citar
PGZ and Hyundai ROTEM signed am agreement for building the K2PL tank in Poland beginning 2026. K2PL is the custom variant developed especially for polish requirements.
The K2 dropped the MTU/Renk engine/transmission for SK Hyundai & SNT.
Poland will integrate production.

They plan to build 820 K2PLs, adding to the 180 K2s supplied by SK beginning 2022.
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #8 em: Fevereiro 04, 2023, 11:06:40 am »
A 21st Century Powerhouse: Listing Poland’s Recent Arms Acquisitions

Tanks (1394, of which 574 on order and 820 planned)
 180 K2s [To be delivered between 2022 and 2025] (To be upgraded to K2PL standard at a later date)
 820 K2PLs [To be produced in Poland from 2026 onwards]
 116 M1A1 FEPs [2023] (To be upgraded to SEPv3 standard at a later date)
 28 M1A2 SEPv2s [2020] (Leased from the U.S. for training)
 250 M1A2 SEPv3s [To be delivered between 2025 and 2026] (Deal also includes 26 M88A2 ARVs and 17 M1110 AVLBs)
 
Tank Destroyers (Unknown Quantities)
 Ottokar-Brzoza Programme [To be delivered from 2025 onwards]

Infantry Fighting Vehicles (1470)
 1400 BWP Borsuks [To be produced in Poland from 2024 onwards]
 70 KTO Rosomak - ZSSW-30s [To be delivered between 2024 and 2027]

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (300)
 300 Cougar 4x4s [To be delivered in late 2022]
 
Artillery And Multiple Rocket Launchers (1150, of which 690 on order and 460 planned)
 212 155mm K9A1 Self-Propelled Guns [Will Be Delivered Between 2022 And 2026] (To be upgraded to K9PL (K9A2) standard at a later date)
 460 155mm K9PL (K9A2) Self-Propelled Guns [To be produced in Poland from 2026 onwards]
 48 155mm AHS Krab Self-Propelled Guns [Will Be Delivered Between 2025 And 2027]
 122 120mm M120 Rak Self-Propelled Mortars [To be delivered]
 20(+200 As Option) M142 HIMARS [To be delivered from 2023 onwards]
 288 K239 Chunmoo Multiple Rocket Launchers [To be delivered from 2023 onwards]

Air Defence Systems
 2 Mała Narew Systems (Uses 25km-ranged CAMM SAM) [2022] (With 3 launchers each)
 23 Narew Batteries (Uses 45km-ranged CAMM ER And EX SAM) [To be delivered throughout the mid-to-late 2020s]
 2(+6 Planned) Patriot PAC-3+ Batteries [To be delivered from 2022 onwards]
 15 PSR-A Pilica+ Systems (Uses AA Guns And 25km-ranged CAMM SAM) [To be delivered from 2024 onwards] (Six Pilica Systems to be upgraded to Pilica+ standard at a later date)

Helicopters
 96 AH-64E Attack Helicopters [To be delivered from the late 2020s onwards]
 32 AgustaWestland AW149 Multi-Role Helicopters [To be delivered between 2023 and 2029]
 4 S-70i Black Hawk Transport Helicopters [Will be delivered in 2023 and 2024] (For special forces. Supplementing four S-70is already in service)
 
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
 Large Numbers Of WB Electronics FlyEye Reconnaissance UAVs
 25 Systems Of Wizjer Reconnaissance UAVs [2022 or 2023]
 4 Batteries Of WB Electronics FT5-Łoś Reconnaissance UAVs [2022 and 2023]
 Large Numbers Of WB Electronics Warmate Loitering Munitions
 40(+20 As Option) PGZ-19R Reconnaissance UAVs (Orlik Programme)
 
Air Force - Siły Powietrzne

Fighter Aircraft
 32 F-35As [Will Be Delivered From 2024 Onwards]
 12 FA-50 Block 10s [Will Be Delivered In The Second Half Of 2023]
 32 FA-50PLs [Will Be Delivered Between 2025 And 2028]
 
Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles
 24 Bayraktar TB2s [Will be delivered from October 2022 onwards]
 Several MQ-9A Reapers [Leased from 2022 onwards until the delivery of the MQ-9Bs]
 An Undisclosed Number Of MQ-9B Reapers [Will Be Delivered From 2024 onwards]
Missing flag.png Gryf Programme For Additional UCAVs [Bayraktar TB2 and Watchkeeper X believed to be the favourite contender]
Missing flag.png Zefir Programme For MALE UCAVs [Bayraktar Akıncı and MQ-9B believed to be the favourite contenders]

Transport Aircraft
 3 C-130Hs [Will be delivered until late 2024] (Will replace 2 C-130Es and supplement 2 C-130Hs already in service)
 
Advanced Jet Trainers
 4 M-346 'Bieliks' [Will be delivered in late 2022] (Will supplement 12 M-346s already in service)

Navy - Marynarka Wojenna

Frigates
 3 Arrowhead 140 'Miecznik-Class' [Will be delivered in 2028, 2029 and 2031]

Submarines
Missing flag.png Orka Programme [Significantly delayed programme to acquire three submarines] (Will replace one barely operational Kilo-class submarine)

Minehunters
 3 Komoran-2-Class [Will be delivered in the late 2020s and early 2030s] (Will Supplement 3 Komoran-2s already in service or under construction)
 
Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) Ships
 2 SIGINT Ships [Will be delivered in 2027]
 
Helicopters
 4(+4 As Option) Leonardo AW101 Merlin Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Helicopters [To be delivered from 2022 onwards]


https://www.oryxspioenkop.com/2022/11/a-21st-century-powerhouse-listing.html
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #9 em: Fevereiro 04, 2023, 03:38:14 pm »
A 21st Century Powerhouse: Listing Poland’s Recent Arms Acquisitions

Tanks (1394, of which 574 on order and 820 planned)
 180 K2s [To be delivered between 2022 and 2025] (To be upgraded to K2PL standard at a later date)
 820 K2PLs [To be produced in Poland from 2026 onwards]
 116 M1A1 FEPs [2023] (To be upgraded to SEPv3 standard at a later date)
 28 M1A2 SEPv2s [2020] (Leased from the U.S. for training)
 250 M1A2 SEPv3s [To be delivered between 2025 and 2026] (Deal also includes 26 M88A2 ARVs and 17 M1110 AVLBs)
 
Tank Destroyers (Unknown Quantities)
 Ottokar-Brzoza Programme [To be delivered from 2025 onwards]

Infantry Fighting Vehicles (1470)
 1400 BWP Borsuks [To be produced in Poland from 2024 onwards]
 70 KTO Rosomak - ZSSW-30s [To be delivered between 2024 and 2027]

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (300)
 300 Cougar 4x4s [To be delivered in late 2022]
 
Artillery And Multiple Rocket Launchers (1150, of which 690 on order and 460 planned)
 212 155mm K9A1 Self-Propelled Guns [Will Be Delivered Between 2022 And 2026] (To be upgraded to K9PL (K9A2) standard at a later date)
 460 155mm K9PL (K9A2) Self-Propelled Guns [To be produced in Poland from 2026 onwards]
 48 155mm AHS Krab Self-Propelled Guns [Will Be Delivered Between 2025 And 2027]
 122 120mm M120 Rak Self-Propelled Mortars [To be delivered]
 20(+200 As Option) M142 HIMARS [To be delivered from 2023 onwards]
 288 K239 Chunmoo Multiple Rocket Launchers [To be delivered from 2023 onwards]

Air Defence Systems
 2 Mała Narew Systems (Uses 25km-ranged CAMM SAM) [2022] (With 3 launchers each)
 23 Narew Batteries (Uses 45km-ranged CAMM ER And EX SAM) [To be delivered throughout the mid-to-late 2020s]
 2(+6 Planned) Patriot PAC-3+ Batteries [To be delivered from 2022 onwards]
 15 PSR-A Pilica+ Systems (Uses AA Guns And 25km-ranged CAMM SAM) [To be delivered from 2024 onwards] (Six Pilica Systems to be upgraded to Pilica+ standard at a later date)

Helicopters
 96 AH-64E Attack Helicopters [To be delivered from the late 2020s onwards]
 32 AgustaWestland AW149 Multi-Role Helicopters [To be delivered between 2023 and 2029]
 4 S-70i Black Hawk Transport Helicopters [Will be delivered in 2023 and 2024] (For special forces. Supplementing four S-70is already in service)
 
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
 Large Numbers Of WB Electronics FlyEye Reconnaissance UAVs
 25 Systems Of Wizjer Reconnaissance UAVs [2022 or 2023]
 4 Batteries Of WB Electronics FT5-Łoś Reconnaissance UAVs [2022 and 2023]
 Large Numbers Of WB Electronics Warmate Loitering Munitions
 40(+20 As Option) PGZ-19R Reconnaissance UAVs (Orlik Programme)
 
Air Force - Siły Powietrzne

Fighter Aircraft
 32 F-35As [Will Be Delivered From 2024 Onwards]
 12 FA-50 Block 10s [Will Be Delivered In The Second Half Of 2023]
 32 FA-50PLs [Will Be Delivered Between 2025 And 2028]
 
Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles
 24 Bayraktar TB2s [Will be delivered from October 2022 onwards]
 Several MQ-9A Reapers [Leased from 2022 onwards until the delivery of the MQ-9Bs]
 An Undisclosed Number Of MQ-9B Reapers [Will Be Delivered From 2024 onwards]
Missing flag.png Gryf Programme For Additional UCAVs [Bayraktar TB2 and Watchkeeper X believed to be the favourite contender]
Missing flag.png Zefir Programme For MALE UCAVs [Bayraktar Akıncı and MQ-9B believed to be the favourite contenders]

Transport Aircraft
 3 C-130Hs [Will be delivered until late 2024] (Will replace 2 C-130Es and supplement 2 C-130Hs already in service)
 
Advanced Jet Trainers
 4 M-346 'Bieliks' [Will be delivered in late 2022] (Will supplement 12 M-346s already in service)

Navy - Marynarka Wojenna

Frigates
 3 Arrowhead 140 'Miecznik-Class' [Will be delivered in 2028, 2029 and 2031]

Submarines
Missing flag.png Orka Programme [Significantly delayed programme to acquire three submarines] (Will replace one barely operational Kilo-class submarine)

Minehunters
 3 Komoran-2-Class [Will be delivered in the late 2020s and early 2030s] (Will Supplement 3 Komoran-2s already in service or under construction)
 
Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) Ships
 2 SIGINT Ships [Will be delivered in 2027]
 
Helicopters
 4(+4 As Option) Leonardo AW101 Merlin Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Helicopters [To be delivered from 2022 onwards]


https://www.oryxspioenkop.com/2022/11/a-21st-century-powerhouse-listing.html

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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #10 em: Fevereiro 28, 2023, 03:46:09 pm »
https://milmag.pl/umowa-ramowa-na-prawie-1400-bwp-borsuk/
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1400 Borsuk's encomendados

1000 IFV's e 400 de outras variantes, será ambulâncias e etc de certeza, embora estas ainda tenham de ser criadas

https://twitter.com/MON_GOV_PL/status/1630528623202512902?s=20
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #11 em: Março 15, 2023, 10:49:45 am »

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By spending 4% of its GDP on defense this year, 🇵🇱 will become the highest spender per capita on its military in all of @NATO, surpassing even the 🇺🇸. Some of the key acquisitions they are making include 1,000 K2 and 250 M1A2 SEPv3 Abrams main battle tanks
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #12 em: Março 16, 2023, 09:26:25 pm »
https://www.dsca.mil/press-media/major-arms-sales/poland-hellfire-missiles

Aprovada a possível venda de 800 Hellfire R2 para a Polónia

Embora não saiba se os Apaches vão para a Força Aérea ou Exército vou deixar aqui para já
 

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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #13 em: Abril 20, 2023, 11:54:29 am »
PGZ from Poland conducts amphibious and firing tests with Borsuk IFV

The new Polish amphibious infantry fighting vehicle Borsuk is undergoing its most important tests on land and water, as shown by PGZ on its Twitter account. An integral part of this test is firing the anti-tank guided missile.


Borsuk  IFV during amphibious tests (Picture source: Screenshot from video footage of Polsat TV Poland)

Borsuk (Badger) is an amphibious infantry fighting vehicle produced by Huta Stalowa Wola, a part of PGZ (Polish Armaments Group). It is designed to replace the obsolete BWP-1 (Polish designation for BMP-1) IFV currently in service with the Polish Armed Forces. Although often referred to as BWP Borsuk, BWP is not a part of the name but the Polish abbreviation for Bojowy Wóz Piechoty - Infantry Fighting Vehicle.

Borsuk is powered by a powerpack consisting of a 720 hp (530 kW) MTU 8V199 TE20 turbo diesel engine, which drives a 6-gear (4 forward and 2 reverse gears) Perkins X300 automatic transmission. The hydropneumatic suspension is designed specifically for the Borsuk and consists of six independent in-arm units on each side. Borsuk is able to use different types of tracks: it was presented on different occasions outfitted with steel tracks or composite rubber tracks (CRT).

The vehicle is fully amphibious without any special preparations - crossing a body of water only requires raising the trim vane (which can be done from the driver seat without the necessity of leaving the vehicle). In the water, Borsuk is propelled by two water jets with rotating nozzles and steering capability.

The Borsuk's maximum speed is 65 km/h on the road and 8 km/h in the water. Its operational range is 550 km.

Borsuk is fitted with a ZSSW-30 remotely controlled turret armed with a 30mm Mk.44S Bushmaster II chain gun and a coaxial 7.62 mm UKM-2000C machine gun. The turret also features two Spike-LR anti-tank guided missiles in a launch container mounted on its right side. The ZSSW-30 provides around 300 autocannon rounds, including over 200 ABM rounds, and 250 machine gun rounds in ready-to-use mode. This is one of the biggest first-stage ammunition racks when compared to other similar systems.

Using a separate ATGM launch container, as opposed to other systems where the launcher extends directly from an internal compartment of the turret, has some advantages. Among those are the separation of the missiles from the rest of the turret (and thus greater safety of the crew and the turret itself) and the ability to quickly replace damaged or destroyed containers while in the field. Both the autocannon and the machine gun can be reloaded and operated from the inside of the turret. The ATGMs can be reloaded from a hatch in the rear of the vehicle without the necessity for the crew to leave the vehicle (in the same manner as it is being done in the Bradley IFV.

The autocannon fires at a rate of 200 RPM for standard ammunition, and 120 RPM for ABM. It has elevation angles extending from -9° to +60°. The ATGMs can hit armor at ranges from 200 meters to 4 km when guided manually, and up to 4.5 km when in the fire and forget mode.

The ZSSW-30 fire control system made by WB Group provides full hunter-killer and killer-killer capabilities as well as superb accuracy when firing at moving targets from both moving and standing positions. The fire control system allows for shooting in every position of the turret relative to the hull in all three axes (which is not a common feature for other comparable systems). The entire firing process is highly automated as both the gunner and the commander have an auto-tracker integrated into the FCS. The ZSSW-30 FCS is net-centric as it can transfer and coordinate information between different turrets as well as communicate with various types of UAVs. Both of those features greatly increase the situational awareness and combat effectiveness of each and every vehicle.

https://www.armyrecognition.com/defense_news_april_2023_global_security_army_industry/pgz_from_poland_conducts_amphibious_and_firing_tests_with_borsuk_ifv.html
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Re: Exército Polaco
« Responder #14 em: Maio 29, 2023, 09:24:43 am »
A adicionar aos restantes helicópteros para o exército polaco estão 22 AW101 Merlin.

Defence Budget Poland ... Too good to be true?
(29 de Maio de 2023)
Citação de: Scramble
At the Defence24 Day conference, held on 24 and 25 May 2023 in Warsaw (Poland), the inspector of the Siły Powietrzne RP (Polish Air Force) Brigade General Ireneusz Nowak announced that a purchase of 22 Leonardo AW101 Merlin medium-lift helicopters is planned.

The new Merlins will work together with the newly acquired Lotnictwo Wojsk Ladowych (LWL, Polish Army Aviation) Leonardo AW149 medium multi-role battlefield support helicopters and will replace the ageing Mi-8 and Mi-17 helicopters.

At the same conference, the Polish Armed Forces showed several slides, including a timeline outlining their plans for the coming years. The total wish list for the Polish armed forces is huge and one might wonder how Poland is going to obtain the necessary budget for all these wishes. The stationing of American troops and the use of Polish airbases will certainly help to find space for the requested defense budget.

Concentrating on the aviation related part of the lengthy list, the following was seen on the various slides:
32x Leonardo AW149, delivery 2023-2029 (already ordered in July 2022)
22x Leonardo AW101 Merlin, delivery 2025-2031
96x Boeing AH-64E Apache Guardian, delivery 2025-2035 *)
40x Sokol W-3, delivery 2024-2030
8x Kondor helicopter, type unknown, delivery 2027-2034
2x Saab 340 AEW&C, delivery 2023-2024 **)

*) it was reported that Poland has reached an agreement with the USA to receive eight interim AH-64E Apache Guardians from the US Army this year in order to more rapidly field the capability. Training of pilots and technicians will already start in the coming weeks.

**) Poland is in talks with Sweden to acquire Saab Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) aircraft. According to Mariusz Błaszczak, minister of defence, the acquisition of early warning aircraft signifies a strong commitment to bolster Poland's air defence. Specific aircraft details were not disclosed, but most obviously will be the GlobalEye. However, these aircraft will not be available on short notice, therefore Sweden has offered two Saab 340AEW&C aircraft. These two aircraft were returned to Sweden in December 2020 from the United Arab Emirates after delivery of the first GlobalEyes to the United Arab Emirates Air Force (UAE AF).

Another set of slides showed the upgrade and modernisation plans, including timelines, for the following aircraft:
16x Airbus Military C295M, 2024-2028
7x M-28B/PT, 2026-2027
11x M-28B1R, 2027-2031

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Fonte: https://www.scramble.nl/military-news/defence-budget-poland-too-good-to-be-true

Cumprimentos,
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