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The Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF), also known as the Japanese Armed Forces, are the unified military forces of Japan established in 1954. Subscribe Now - ⚔️ 🤍 ⚔️ The Japan Self-Defense Forces (Japanese: 自衛隊, romanized: Jieitai; abbreviated: JSDF), also known as the Japanese Armed Forces, consist of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. They are controlled by the Ministry of Defense, with the Prime Minister as commander-in-chief. In recent years, the JSDF has engaged in international peacekeeping operations with the United Nations. Tensions, particularly with North Korea, have reignited debate over the status of the JSDF and its relation to Japanese society. Since 2010, the JSDF has refocused from countering the former Soviet Union to the People's Republic of China; increased military cooperation with Australia, India, Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States; and acquired new or updated equipment and hardware. In absolute terms, the Japanese military is relatively small. Nonetheless, the country is extremely well equipped. According to Credit Suisse, it has the fourth largest submarine fleet in the list. Japan also has four aircraft carriers, although these vessels are only equipped with helicopter fleets. Japan also has the fourth largest attack helicopter fleet behind China, Russia, and the US. With an estimated active military personnel of 247,154, this Asian country only has a fraction of the headcount that volatile neighbor North Korea has, but makes up for it with its updated weaponry. Japan has 152 special mission aircraft – more than any country in the world other than the U.S., according to Global Firepower’s statistics – and a formidable Navy fleet that contains 40 destroyers. It also has 3,130 armored vehicles, 1,004 tanks and 119 attack helicopters. Founded: 1 July 1954; 67 years ago Service branches: Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Japan Air Self-Defense Force Commander-in-Chief: Prime Minister Fumio Kishida Minister of Defense: Nobuo Kishi Chief of Staff, Joint Staff: General Kōji Yamazaki Headquarters: Ministry of Defense, Tokyo, Japan Military age: 18–32 eligible for enlistment Active personnel: 247,154 (2021) Reserve personnel: 56,000 (2021) Budget: US$50.3 billion (2020–21) Percent of GDP: 1% (2020-21) Military history: List of engagements: Battle of Amami-Ōshima 1999 East Timorese crisis Iraq War Operation Ocean Shield JSDF Overseas Dispatches #Japan #Army #JSDF Welcome to Our Military Channel - Military Weapons. Here You Can Find Everything About Military - Military Reviews of weapons, Information about Armed Forces of Countries, Comparison of weapons, military vehicles and equipment, Military Operations and much more interesting! We upload new military videos every week. Subscribe Now! We are sure, that all the fans of #MilitaryWeapons will find here something related to their interests. ⚔️ 🤍 ⚔️ Remember that these are not toys :) Our Social Media: Facebook - 🤍 Military Power of Countries || Military Weapons 🤍 Music Info: Energizer - Cushy Rave - STRLGHT
Without explanation, two worlds previously separated by time and distance became linked. Protecting the border of those worlds has become the duty of Japan, and in particular, the JSDF. #GateAnime #anime #lore The Templin Institute. Investigating alternate worlds. New episodes every week. Other Divisions & Branches: 🔹 Patreon | 🤍 🔹 The Templin Commissary | 🤍ute 🔹 Twitch | 🤍 🔹 The Templin Archives | 🤍 🔹 YouTube Membership | 🤍 🔹 Submit Your Episode Idea | 🤍ute/ Communications & Media: 🔹 Website | 🤍ute/ 🔹 Discord | 🤍 🔹 Facebook | 🤍 🔹 Twitter | 🤍 🔹 Instagram | 🤍 🔹 Subreddit | 🤍 🔹 Mailing Address | Unit 144 - 919 Centre St SW Calgary, AB T2E 2P6 Background music "Reach for the Top" by 407 music. Used under license from PremiumBeat.com Ending music "Battle Forever" used under license from Shutterstock.com.
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Japan military power 2022 | Japan self Defense Force | how powerful Japan military | Japanese navy The Japan Self-Defense Forces romanized: Jieitai; abbreviated JSDF), also known as the Japanese Armed Forces, are the unified military forces of Japan established in 1954. The self-defence forces consists of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. They are controlled by the Ministry of Defense, with the Prime Minister as commander-in-chief. The military structure in Japan is not categorized as an army, but as self-defense forces, but it ranks fifth in the global firepower standings between India and South Korea. The Japanese defense industry is the part of the Japanese economy responsible for the procurement of military technology, primarily for the nation's own Self-Defense Forces, largely due to a strict policy on national exports. As the development of advanced weapons such as long-range cruise missiles or stealth fighter jets by Japanese manufacturers on their own is difficult, Japan has increased defense equipment procurement from the U.S This video is educative not to inspire a conflicts. This Video, including examples, images, and references are provided for informational purposes only. Sources wikipedia.org global fire Power -: 🤍 worlddata.info armed forces eu -: 🤍 🤍indexmundi.com Official Defence Websites (countries) #japan #japanese #japanarmy #military #worldmilitarypower #militarypower #japanesenavy #japanselfdefenseforce #navy #army #airforce #powercomparison #power - Note: Please be noted the owner of the pictures is this video is not our channel and belongs to their respected owners. Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the copyright act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. Thank you World Military Power Note -: This Video is based on Research Internet , And Thus may not be 100% accurate .
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This video is about Japanese developing offensive military capabilities. Presently, Japanese military is comprised of defense forces including JSDF, JMSDF and JASDF. The video follows the following sequence. ⌚ Timestamps: 00:00 History of Japan Self-Defense Forces (JSDF) 01:20 Military Power of Japan 2022 03:35 Japan and China Disputes 04:42 Japan and Russia Disputes 05:32 Japan and North Korea Disputes 06:03 Japanese Defense Capabilities 2022 07:24 Capabilities of Japan Ground Self Defense Force (JGSDF) 2022 10:06 Capabilities of Japan Air Self Defense Force (JASDF) 2022 11:04 Capabilities of Japan Maritime Self Defense Force (JMSDF) 2022 14:33 Japanese Missile Defense Capabilities 2022 16:03 Development of Japanese Offensive Capabilities 2022 21:29 Challenges to the Japan’s Offensive Capabilities 2022
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The Armed Forces of Japan (jap. 自衛隊) called Self-Defense Forces. #Japan #Army #JSDF Founded: 1 July 1954 Leadership Commander-in-Chief: Prime Minister Shinzō Abe Minister of Defense: Takeshi Iwaya Chief of Staff, Joint Staff: General Kōji Yamazaki Military equipment: Service pistols: SCK/Minebea 9mm Pistol (SIG SAUER P220) and H&K USP. Submachine guns: Minebea 9mm Machine Pistol and H&K MP7. Service rifles: Howa Type 89, Howa Type 64, M4 carbine, FN SCAR, Heckler & Koch G36 and HK417. Sniper rifles: M24 and Howa Type 64 Sniper Rifle. Light machine guns: Sumitomo MINIMI 5.56mm (FN Minimi) General-purpose machine guns: NTK/Sumitomo Type 62, NTK/Sumitomo Type 74 Heavy machine guns: Sumitomo M2 12.7mm Grenade launchers: Howa Type 96 40mm, Type 06 rifle grenade, M203 and M32A1. Anti-tank: Howa 84RR, Nissan/IHI Aerospace 110mm LAM (Panzerfaust 3) and M72 LAW.
Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force and U.S. Marines work side-by-side during military exercises. Compilation Footage includes: A live-fire training with the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force and U.S. Marines as part of Exercise Iron Fist. Iron Fist is an amphibious exercise that brings together U.S. Marines and sailors and soldiers from the JGSDF, to promote military interoperability and hone individual and small-unit skills through challenging, complex and realistic training. Sniper training and firing mortar systems during exercise Northern Viper. The Marines and JGSDF worked together to strengthen their knowledge of the different methods of firing mortar systems. Training like this enhanced the service members joint-capabilities and allowed them to share different techniques and tactics. Northern Viper is a large scale exercise that has many bilateral training opportunities that help strengthen the capabilities of the United States and the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force Credits: U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Anna Albrecht, Cpl. Jennifer J. Pirante, Lance Cpl. Jared Siniscalchi U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Cutler Brice
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Hell March: Mix cut of Japanese Self Defense Force (JSDF) parade in 2016 anniversary day(平成28年度自衛隊記念日観閲式), 2015 fleet review (平成27年度 自衛隊観艦式), 60th anniversary air review (防衛省・自衛隊60周年記念航空観閲式) , 2018 troops review (平成30年度自衛隊記念日観閲式), with Hell March as BGM. The original video I made was little out of sync, so I remade it and extend it to 6 minutes, and then put as many JSDF equipment as I can, enjoy! Both the Chinese and Japanese suffered from WWII, but peace, reconciliation and cooperation between China and Japan will bring regional peace and prosperity. As Chinese citizen, I appreciate the Japanese Government billions of dollars Official Development Aid since late 1970s, without it, China won't be China today. 和平，和解，合作 山川異域，風月同天 To watch more military parades, please subscribe and click on: 1, Hell March version of Russia Victory Day parade in 2020: 🤍 2, Hell March version of China National Day parade in 2019: 🤍 3, Hell March version of India Republic day parade in 2020: 🤍 4, Hell March version of France Bastille day parade in 2019: 🤍 5, Soviet March version of Female soldiers compilation Russia: 🤍 China: 🤍 Belarus: 🤍 6, Hell March version of nuclear club Russia, France, China & India: 🤍 7, More countries including: Italy, Spain, Pakistan, Czech, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus and Vietnam....to be continued. Please get them on my channel and subscribe. Music: Hell March Composer: Frank Klepacki Copy Right: EA Games
Soldiers with the Western Army Infantry Regiment, Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, conduct a final ambush to secure a drop zone during Exercise Iron Fist 2016 at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. Visit our channel: 🤍 AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Like & share this video to show your support! Subscribe to stay updated: 🤍 Google+ 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Flickr 🤍 Credits: Cpl. Xzavior McNeal
Click/touch "JGSDF ASAKA TRAINING FIELD" link to watch other performances. 00:00 Infantry parade (cadets, counter-guerrilla/commando soldiers, female soldiers etc.) 12:38 Air parade (F-35A stealth fighters, US-2 flying boat etc.) 20:36 Vehicle parade (Type16 MCV, AAV7, Type10 MBT etc.) Performer: The Japan Self-Defense Forces (Jieitai) Commentator: My 6-year-old son On October 8, 2018 at JGSDF Asaka Training Field. #Japan #JSDF #JGSDF #中央観閲式 #自衛隊記念日観閲式
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Music: Urban Samurai The Special Forces Group (特殊作戦群, Tokushusakusengun) is the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force's counter-terrorist unit established in 2004 by the then Defense Agency to counter terrorist activities and deter guerrilla-style attacks on Japanese soil and to conduct military operations against guerrillas or enemy commandos. The unit is based in Camp Narashino in Funabashi, Chiba along with the 1st Airborne Brigade. The unit was formerly known as the Special Operations Group. The SFGp has been referred to as Japan's Delta Force, due to their specialized role in the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. Personnel from the Delta Force of the U.S. Army had been responsible for assisting the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force in raising the SFGp's foundations prior to its establishment. The civilian counterpart of the SFGp are the police Special Assault Teams. © COPYRIGHT / LICENSING - If any producer/label/artist has an issue with any of the songs or footages please send me an e-mail to (reusadrian93🤍gmail.com) and the video will be taken down immediately. Instagram :🤍 Hashtags: #JapanSpecialForces #specialforces #militarymotivation I know you liked the video. So how about SUBSCRIBE to my channel? Thanks, bro!
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JGSDF Training at Exercise Iron Fist 2015 - Japan Ground Self Defense Force (陸上自衛隊) Soldiers with the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) and U.S. Marines with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (13th MEU) participate in Exercise Iron Fist 2015 , aboard Camp Pendleton, California, February 3, 2015. IF 15 is an annual bilateral training exercise the U.S Marines and the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, designed to increase interoperability and enhance military-to-military relations. IF 2015 marks the 10th year of the exercise. Subscribe for More Videos: 🤍 See all other videos here: 🤍 Credit to Sgt. James Pauly, 1st Marine Division - Combat Camera. Video created under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍
Working on a fast draw and presentation from the holster is a very important skill to build and maintain but it’s crucial to have some supplemental open-hand skills to enable you to get to your weapon. When that guy is coming at you with a knife and you’re already at a close range you have to take care of the immediate threat first. These are two of our favorite defenses to two of the most common knife attacks. This can be done safely on the range, but we suggest you break down the training and get comfortable with just the open-hand portion before taking it to the range. As far as target placement… Incorporating skills like these into your training should be done incrementally. We start with the shooter facing the targets and the attacker/instructor is facing the shooter and has his back to the targets. This keeps the shooter oriented within muzzle boundaries at all times. For range safety the target is behind the instructor. If you want to work on turning after disengaging from the bad guy you can start the drill facing in other directions. As you progress with this skill set you can add multiple targets, malfunctions and other skills to the drill. Help support Tactical Rifleman by becoming a patron on Patreon 🤍 or by purchasing one of our T-shirts, check them out at: 🤍 My favorite source for Night Vision, Thermal Imaging, Riflescopes and Lasers - 🤍 Want the same gear as Karl check out the NEW Amazon shop 🤍 For more go to 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter-🤍
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'This week's program will tell the story of how the Japanese people have learned, and are learning, the basic principles of a more "Democratic" way of life.' "The Big Picture" episode TV-319 ... The Japan Self-Defense Forces (自衛隊 Jieitai), or JSDF, occasionally referred to as JSF or SDF, are the unified military forces of Japan that were established after the end of the post–World War II. In recent years they have been engaged in international peacekeeping operations. Recent tensions, particularly with North Korea, have reignited the debate over the status of the JSDF and its relation to Japanese society. New military guidelines, announced in December 2010, will direct the Jieitai away from its Cold War focus on the Soviet Union to a focus on China, especially regarding the dispute over the Senkaku Islands... History Early development Deprived of any military capability after 1945, Japan had only the U.S. occupation forces and a minor domestic police force on which to rely for security. Rising Cold War tensions in Europe and Asia, coupled with leftist-inspired strikes and demonstrations in Japan, prompted some conservative leaders to question the unilateral renunciation of all military capabilities. These sentiments were intensified in 1950 as occupation troops began to be moved to the Korean War (1950–53) theater... Encouraged by the American occupation authorities, the Japanese government in July 1950 authorized the establishment of a National Police Reserve, consisting of 75,000 men equipped with light infantry weapons. Under the terms of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan, United States forces stationed in Japan were to deal with external aggression against Japan while Japanese forces, both ground and maritime, would deal with internal threats and natural disasters. Accordingly, in mid-1952, the National Police Reserve was expanded to 110,000 men and named the National Safety Forces. The Coastal Safety Force, which had been organized in 1950 as a waterborne counterpart to the National Police Reserve, was transferred with it to the National Safety Agency to constitute an embryonic navy. On July 1, 1954, the National Security Board was reorganized as the Defense Agency, and the National Security Force was reorganized afterwards as the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (Army), the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (Navy) and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Air force). The enabling legislation for this was the 1954 Self-Defense Forces Act [Act No. 165 of 1954]... On June 8, 2006, the Cabinet of Japan endorsed a bill elevating the Defense Agency (防衛庁) under the Cabinet Office to full-fledged cabinet-level Ministry of Defense (防衛省). This was passed by the Diet in December 2006... On May 30th, 2013, Defense, under the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), approved the draft of the full-scale rearmament of the country. This would also cause the renaming of the Japan Self-Defense Forces into that of a full army of national defense... Valery Kistanov, director of the Center for the Japanese Studies at the Institute of the Far East, believes that Japanese offensive weapons could be deployed in any direction. "Of course, first of all Japanese weapons would be directed against the DPRK, and then China. Japanese missile defense system is ramping up its power due to the increasing missile and nuclear forces in China. Either way the country will continue to spend billions of dollars on the military industry. According to Japanese political analysts and politicians, it is primarily due to the situation on the Korean peninsula and growth of China's military. These two factors are considered a threat by Japan, and therefore the country will actively rearm." ... ...The JASDF had an estimated 50,324 personnel in 2013, and as of 2013 operates 769 aircraft, of which approximately 373 are fighter aircraft... ... ...The JGSDF numbered around 150,000 soldiers in 2008... ... ...The JMSDF has a fleet of 124 ships and 373 aircraft...
#internationallaw #law #education #animation #storytelling #course Article 51 Self-defense and Use of Armed Force in International Law, visualized | Lex Animata | Hesham Elrafei Selfdefence and Use of Force in International Law, Visualized. States are not allowed to use military force to resolve their disputes, except in collective security cases authorized by the security council, and in self-defense cases. To understand Self-defense, it's important first to define what an armed attack is? Selfdefence is regulated under customary international law, as well as in the United Nations Charter. According to Article 51 of the Charter, countries have the right to use military force to defend themselves, if an armed attack occurs against them. While The meaning of 'armed attack' is not defined in the charter, a State is allowed to respond with force against an armed attack, only when the attack is of significant gravity. Therefore, If the attack is not severe, the defending State does not have the right to use armed force as an act of revenge, and must use peaceful methods. For example, In the Nicaragua case between the USA and Nicaragua, Nicaragua claimed that the USA had supplied weapons and training, to a rebel group in order to attack Nicaragua's government. The USA argued that it was acting in collective selfdefence, favoring Nicaragua's neighboring States, which Nicaragua had attacked. The ICJ held that an armed attack did not occur, where logistical and financial support was provided to rebels by a third State, and therefore that self-defense can only be exercised, in response to an armed attack. In a later case, the world court looked into the Oil Platforms dispute between Iran and the USA. The case concerns the destruction of the Iranian oil production platforms in the Gulf by the American army, which interrupted the Iranian oil Production for several years. The USA argued that, the American warships attacked Iranian commercial oil harbors, as it was acting in self defence, after Iran placed sea mines, and fired rockets against commercial vessels flying the American flag. The world court was asked to decide, whether a single attack against a warship, amounts to an armed attack, and whether collective but minor incidents of armed force also amount to an armed attack. In its decision, the ICJ recognized the possibility, that the mining of a single military vessel, might be enough to bring into play the inherent right of selfdefence.
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Soldiers from 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team and Japanese Ground Self Defense Forces conduct fire missions during a combined training exercise at Yakima Training Center. Includes sound bites from 2nd Lt. Darren Mullen, Range Safety Officer and Japanese JGSDF Artillery Crew Member. Video by Staff Sgt. Nathan Bowen | 5th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment | Date: 09.04.2013 - AiirSource - Thumbs up for the troops! Source for interesting current- and archival military/aviation videos. Favorite this video and subscribe to AiirSource for future video updates. subscribe: 🤍 facebook: 🤍 g+: 🤍 twitter: 🤍 on the web: 🤍
The most secretive, boys are too hard for self-defense There are two units considered as Japanese Special Forces in the Japan Self-Defense Forces, the JGSDF Special Forces Group (特殊作戦群 ) and the JMSDF Special Boarding Unit (特別警備隊). Music: PlayaPhonk - Keraunos 🤍
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF), Rikujō Jieitai, also referred to as the Japanese Army, is the land warfare branch of the Japan Self-Defense Forces. Created on July 1, 1954, it is the largest of the three service branches. The JGSDF operates under the command of the chief of the ground staff, based in the city of Ichigaya, Shinjuku, Tokyo. The JGSDF numbered estimated around 150,000 soldiers in 2018. #JapanMilitary #JGSDF Music background " A Tale of Vengeance" by Aakash Gandhi Playlist of "U.S. Special Forces" at this channel : ►🤍 Playlist of "Non U.S. Special Forces" at this channel : ►🤍 Playlist of " Secret Service" at this channel : ►🤍 Playlist of "Military " at this channel : ►🤍 🔔Subscribe for more interesting video on ► 🤍 *Disclaimer- Some contents are used for educational purpose under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. *Agas Channel does not own the rights to these video clips. They have, in accordance with fair use, been repurposed with the intent of educating and inspiring others. However, if any content owners would like their images removed, please contact us by email at : agaschannel🤍gmail.com
The Japan Ground Self-Defence Force Central Band bring a touch of Japan to the Perth Salute, with fighting Samurai and singing from Leading Private Michiko Matsunaga. For more information on this force, see their facebook page: 🤍
Soldiers with the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) and U.S. Marines with the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (13th MEU) participate in Scout Sniper training during Exercise Iron Fist 15 (IF 15), aboard Camp Pendleton, California. IF 15 is an annual bilateral training exercise the U.S Marines and the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, designed to increase interoperability and enhance military-to-military relations. IF 2015 marks the 10th year of the exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps Motion Imagery by Sergeant Sgt. James Pauly | 1st Marine Division - Combat Camera / RELEASED) AiirSource℠ covers military events and missions from the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. 🤍 Like & share this video to show your support for the troops! Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: 🤍 Stay connected with us here: Google+ 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Twitter 🤍AiirSource 🤍
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On November 6, 2022, an International Fleet Review was held in Sagami Bay under clear skies to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF). = The last Fleet Review was scheduled to take place in 2019, but was cancelled due to a typhoon, so this year's Fleet Review is the first in 7 years, since 2015. This was also the first International Fleet Review in 20 years, since 2002, when it was held to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the JMSDF. This time, 20 vessels from JMSDF and 18 vessels from 12 foreign countries participated respectively. = For new videos every week, subscribe here! 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Check out our daily naval defense news coverage at: 🤍 NAVAL NEWS is fully focused on naval topics. We cover the latest naval defense shows & events. We also report on naval technology from all over the world. Navalnews.com is updated daily with in-depth features, industry, and naval forces news round-ups, event coverage, video reports and more. Our top of the line site is responsive across all mobile and desktop devices.
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The Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) has selected the Patria AMVXP 8X8 from Finland as its new Wheeled Armored Personnel Carrier (WAPC) to replace the locally made Type-96 8X8 armored personnel carrier. Japan is the ninth user country for the AMV Patria family of vehicles. The company said its next step in the programme is to enter licenced-production negotiations with a Japanese company. These talks will start immediately, Patria said. A press release from the Finnish Ministry of Defense on December 9 stated that the selection includes a vehicle production license in Japan, which will contribute to technology and the local economy. Patria has been working for the Japanese WAPC program since 2018 and has set up a local subsidiary, Patria Japan Ltd. The Patria AMVXP has a modular design with stealth technology (low thermal and radar capture). - - This video was made with CAMTASIA STUDIO 8 UPDATE DEFENSE members share news of military developments in the world, news from the front lines, and unique snippets of military life including military equipment specifications, we also cover the rest of the military experience and in our military equipment guide we present what makes the military unique and fun. Every news content that we create, always complies under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. Any Video, Audio, Footage, Image, etc in this content is under the terms of fair use, Permitted by Copyright Statute. Every content on this channel is for purposes such as education, explanations, news reports, etc. #updatedefense #PatriaAMVXP8X8 #JapanGroundSelfDefenseForce #japanmilitary #japanarmoredvehicles
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Members of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force practice landing on and taking over a hostile shore during Exercise Dawn Blitz 2017. The exercise provides a training environment where forces plan and execute an amphibious assault and combined-arms event in a land and maritime threat environment to improve naval amphibious core competencies. Factual, impartial and current. AiirSource brings you the latest insights from the United States Armed Forces. Visit our channel for in-depth and extended coverage on military events and missions: 🤍 Subscribe and turn on the notification bell to stay updated: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Credits: DoD | AiirSource Military Channel
A look inside Japan's SDF academy, and forces on exercises with US forces in Japan. An interesting look at Japanese military culture and training in the modern peace-time era.I recorded it several years ago from public foreign TV station here..sorry bout the local TV commercials!