Defense League to be testedLocal News
- Special rules for allied offendersLocal NewsThe British marine who struck an assistant police officer in Tallinn last year is the first allied soldier in whose case Estonia decided not to implement its laws. The decision is tied to guarantees in allied soldiers' contracts, and the public prosecutor's office has completed a set of guidelines for dealing with relevant cases in the future.
- Baby products seller turns out to be military spyLocal News
- First batch of British troops' equipment arrived in Estonia on WednesdayLocal News
- Nearly 130 British troops to arrive in Estonia on FridayLocal News
- Estonian president promotes defense chief to generalLocal News
- A dozen howitzers in four yearsLocal News
- Engineers want to cook spy dronesLocal NewsA defense industry development grants competition awarded financial support from the taxpayer to the visions of four companies. The realization of these visions would result in a unique solution for blinding camera drones, voice guidance for a pocket tank, eavesdropping on enemy communications, and a super-economical battery.
- Center studying loyalty of young RussiansLocal NewsThe International Center for Defense and Security (ICDS) is conducting a survey to determine attitudes of young Russian-speaking people in Estonia towards national defense and security, as well as their loyalty to the state. Executive manager of the center Dmitri Teperik said that some politicians and public figures have speculated at length on young Russians and a potential security risk, whereas there is no reliable data on the subject.
- Some 400 conscripts to start military service this weekLocal News
- USA will remain in NATO under Trump presidencyLocal NewsArizona Senator John McCain assured at his meeting with Estonia’s Prime Minister Jüri Ratas yesterday that the USA will retain its position in NATO. Ratas emphasized at the news conference after the meeting the importance of NATO for Estonia and the Estonians. He added that the EU and NATO should develop closer cooperation. McCain congratulated Ratas on becoming the premier and expressed hope that cooperation between the two countries will continue.
- Estonian defense forces to stage snap reserve exercise for 300Local NewsThe Estonian defense forces will stage an extraordinary reservist training event from Dec. 2-5 as part of which more than 300 members of the 433rd infantry company of the Voru district of the Kaitseliit volunteer corps and reservists of the headquarters company who finished their conscript service in 2014 will be called up.
- Defense Forces to stage short-notice exercisesLocal News
- Estonian-made pocket tank in action for the first timeLocal News
- Ministry looking to train assistant policemen in the armyLocal News
- More conscripts and better intelligenceLocal News
- Almost 1200 young people, including 12 women start conscript service in EstoniaLocal News
- Six allies to send company-sized units to Estonia's Spring Storm exerciseLocal News
- Estonia to buy mortar ammunition from Israeli companyLocal News
- Estonian defense forces carry out first live fire exercise with Javelin anti-tank missilesLocal News
- Estonian defmin believes Finland would help Estonia with military power, if necessaryLocal News
- Spain, Belgium to take over responsibility for NATO Baltic air policingLocal News
- Estonian defense forces receive first batch of Mistral M3 missilesLocal News
- Estonian govt approves package of foreign mission bills for 2016Local News
- Members of Estonian special forces to help train Ukrainian militaryLocal News
- First Javelins to reach Estonia on FridayLocal News
- US F-16 fighters destroy ground targets at central training groundLocal News
- US to station tank platoon in EstoniaLocal News
- Estonia to pull out of Baltic mine countermeasures squadronLocal News