After the UK leaves the EU, ’80 percent of NATO spending...

Since 2014, defence spending on the continent and in Canada has increased. In 2014, only three allies met the 2 percent of gross domestic product on defence guideline.

UK announces new ‘Combat Air Strategy’

A Combat Air Strategy will be launched to ensure Britain maintains a 'world-leading combat air capability', Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson announced in front of the defence select committee.

Cammell Laird and BAE showcase export potential of Type 31e frigate at supplier conference

Exports will be central to Cammell Laird and BAE System’s joint bid for the Government’s £1.25billion new-build Type 31e frigate programme, a conference has heard.

Order for last 12 of 50 AH-64E Guardian helicopters still missing despite ‘end of...

The Government had earlier confirmed that they intended to order the last 12 of 50 AH-64E Apache Guardian helicopters set out in the Strategic Defence & Security Review by the end of the year, that did not happen.

Rolls-Royce to supply propellers and mission bay technology for Type 26 Frigate

Rolls-Royce has signed two contracts with BAE Systems to supply low-noise propellers and mission bay handling technologies for the UK Royal Navy’s new Type 26 Frigate.

Government confirm AH-64E Apache Guardian initial support work will be carried out by the...

Major support work for the AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopter fleet will initially be carried out by US Government contractors it has been confirmed.

‘The European Union cannot protect Europe by itself’ says NATO chief

Many NATO nations are also members of the European Union and the nations are trying to square the defence requirements for each alliance, the head of NATO noted at a conference.

UK to explore unmanned logistics vehicle use

An unmanned logistics system can carry heavy loads across a wide variety of rough terrain including forest, arctic, desert, and jungle.

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After the UK leaves the EU, ’80 percent of NATO spending will come from...

Since 2014, defence spending on the continent and in Canada has increased. In 2014, only three allies met the 2 percent of gross domestic product on defence guideline.

‘The European Union cannot protect Europe by itself’ says NATO chief

Many NATO nations are also members of the European Union and the nations are trying to square the defence requirements for each alliance, the head of NATO noted at a conference.

Russia downscales plans to modernise only aircraft carrier due to budget cuts

Plans to modernise the Admiral Kuznetsov have been downscaled due severe cuts to the Russian defence budget, according to Russian media reports.

Production begins on Israeli F-35 air vehicle spares and endurance spares in US and...

Work to produce air vehicle spares and endurance spares for Israel has started in F-35 production facilities in the United States and United Kingdom.

Can the German Navy Be Saved?

In a country where good news stories about the military are few and far between, recent years had been kind to the German Navy. 
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