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The latest most important Defense and Security news of the week in video: 13 to 19 March 2017.

Summary March 2017 Episode 2: 13 to 19 March 2017

- 00:10 Turkish army has ordered Korkut new 35mm short-range air defense system to Aselsan from Turkey
- 01:30 Denmark selects French Nexter's CAESAR 8x8 155mm self-propelled howitzer
- 02:33 First export contract for Nurol Makina of Turkey with its Edjder Yalcin 4x4 armored in North Africa.
- 03:37 Chinese LY-80 air defense missile system enters officially in service with Pakistan armed forces.
- 05:14 Large military exercise Dynamic Front II in Germany with 1,400 soldiers from nine NATO nations.
- 06:22 Russia to start Su-34 strike fighter modernization program in 2018
- 07:24 Boeing lands 5-year contract for South Korea's F-15K fighter jets support
- 08:28 Canada takes next step toward acquisition of 18 F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter jets

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