Typhoons return to Black Sea NATO air policing mission

Typhoon flew from Scotland to Romania on Monday to continue their enhanced Air Policing mission which begun last year, say the MoD.

‘Build £1 Billion order for support ships in UK’ demands shipbuilders...

The new Fleet Solid Support ships that are needed to service the UK's £6.3 billion Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers will go out to full international tender on the 30th April 2018.

British and French assault ships meet in Java Sea

Assault ship, HMS Albion, has met with French helicopter carrier Dixmude and her escort along with some of the French ships embarked forces and aircraft, that happen to be British.

Airbus chief warns Germany against purchasing F-35, claims it would be a snub to...

Dirk Hoke, Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Defence and Space, has warned the German government against the purchase of the F-35.

Germany pitching for UN Security Council seat, despite almost inoperable armed forces

Germany is pitching for a seat at the UN Security Council, the UN’s most powerful arm in charge of the authorisation of military action through Security Council resolutions; it is the only UN body with the authority to issue binding resolutions to member states.

Submarine Delivery Agency officially launched

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has today announced a major step forward for Britain’s new nuclear submarines, say the Ministry of Defence.

New £80m Air Command and Control System announced

The Ministry of Defence will invest up to £80 million in a new computer system in a move they say will boost the RAF’s 'speed and accuracy in protecting the skies', Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.

Suitability of British Defence Policy in the 21st Century

In this article we explore the suitability of Defence Policy in the 21st Century by considering its design, application and relevance in the modern era.

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British and French assault ships meet in Java Sea

Assault ship, HMS Albion, has met with French helicopter carrier Dixmude and her escort along with some of the French ships embarked forces and aircraft, that happen to be British.

Airbus chief warns Germany against purchasing F-35, claims it would be a snub to...

Dirk Hoke, Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Defence and Space, has warned the German government against the purchase of the F-35.

Germany pitching for UN Security Council seat, despite almost inoperable armed forces

Germany is pitching for a seat at the UN Security Council, the UN’s most powerful arm in charge of the authorisation of military action through Security Council resolutions; it is the only UN body with the authority to issue binding resolutions to member states.

Iraqi Air Force joins strikes against Syria against Islamic State

The Iraqi Air Force conducted an airstrike near Hajin, Syria, against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terrorists operating near the Iraq-Syria border today, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials said. 

UK and India commit to closer military ties

The UK and India will continue to strengthen their defence and security relationship, with the two countries working closer together than ever before to tackle terrorism and threats to cyber security, say officials.
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