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NATO takes part in naval ‘invasion’ of Sweden

Standing NATO Maritime Group One played the role of a simulated adversary fighting Swedish naval forces defending Swedish territory from the intruders.

First soldiers pass out of training since Coronavirus Lockdown

124 recruits marched onto the parade square at the British Army’s Training Centre at Pirbright, the first to do so since lockdown started.

A400M achieves Automatic Low-Level Flight certification

The Airbus A400M airlifter has achieved a new milestone after the certification of its Automatic Low Level Flight capability.

Resilience and National Security

We have armed forces well below establishment, a cohort of youngsters stymied by Covid-19 and lack of employment opportunities and a feeling that we might all be able to do better for one another, argues Stuart Crawford in his look at the old chestnut that is the reintroduction of National Service.

Royal Navy icebreaker undergoing refit – unmanned capabilities added

HMS Protector is undergoing a major overhaul, including preparing the ship to carry unmanned survey devices say the Royal Navy.

UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency to get Osprey 30 radar

The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency will upgrade to Leonardo’s Osprey 30 radar to support missions such as search and rescue, border protection, fishery and pollution patrols.

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