Defense Cuts Tradeoff For VAT Slash

When Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on July 17 announced that the country's international lenders had agreed to a cut in the Value Added...

First Woman Heads Greek Naval Academy

A woman will take over the administration of the Hellenic Naval Academy (HNA) in Piraeus, Greece for the first time in the Academy’s history. She...

Santorini Monks Fight NATO Radar

The monks of the Prophet Elias Monastery are struggling against the installation of NATO radar installations on the fabled island of Santorini. The monks, who...

Solder Killed by M113 Roll-Over in Gully

The roll-over of an M113 armored personnel carrier was the cause of a soldier's death. The accident occured in the early morning hours of...

Turkish Warships Pass Greek Islands

The Turkish Navy was again provocative as, for the second time this week, two Turkish warships passed by eight Greek islands. The missile ship ZIPKIN...

Turkish Warship Passed Eight Greek Islands

The Turkish warship Atak circumnavigated eight Greek islands from 7 a.m. to 2:25 p.m. on May 26,  violating Greek territorial waters, which is a...

Turkish Combat Aircraft Over Agathonisi

The news for the May 23 flight of Turkish combat aircraft over Agathonisi does not mainly focus on the fact that the aircraft possibly...

New Look For Greek Armed Forces

Radical changes are about to take place in Greece’s Armed Forces according to a new structure which was presented on April 25 to the...

Turkish Fighter Jets Cross Greek Islands

Four Turkish fighter jets reportedly violated Greek air space with a low level flight at an altitude of 1000 feet over islets between the...

Cyprus, Israel in Joint Exercise

The Ministry of Defense in Cyprus announced that in the context of the cooperation between the Republic of Cyprus and the State of Israel...

Schaeuble Rejects WWII Reparations For Greece

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, a hardliner insisting on harsh austerity measures in Greece in return for international aid - much of it supplied...

Crisis Leaves Greek Military Outgunned By Turkey

Struggling with a crushing economic crisis that has cut government spending across the board, Greece's military is seeing itself unable to keep pace with...

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