The Hellenic Navy takes delivery of the first P-3B Maritime Surveillance Aircraft

19 May 2019
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On Friday, May 17, 2019, the Minister of National Defense, Evangelos Apostolakis, attended the ceremony for the delivery of the P-3B Maritime Surveillance Aircraft, which took place at the Hellenic Aviation Industry (ΕΑΒ) in Tanagra, where he addressed a greeting.

There he announced the next military programs of the Hellenic Armed Forces, which are the upgrading of the F-16 fighter jets, the modernization of the MEKO frigates, the enhancement of the Fleet with new frigates, the upgrading of Mirage-2000 and the modernization of the air defense and the surveillance system.

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